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Indian Smart Cities Initiatives Reviewed by TechSci Research in New Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

23 Mar 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - With the local urban population expected to hit the 590 million mark in 2030, India is believed to have huge potential for smart cities. As a result, the country decided to set up 100 such cities.

It is likely to need approximately USD 2 trillion of overall investments to develop trunk and internal infrastructure, with funding also coming from private investors and overseas companies. In the meantime, a number of world’s majors (e.g. IBM, Cisco, 3M, etc.) have revealed their intention to invest in the country’s smart cities initiatives.

The cities will include not only new ones, but also old cities which will be upgraded with high-tech infrastructure. The largest number of the cities will be located in Kerala, Gujarat, Karnataka and Rajasthan.

New market research report “Market Study on Upcoming Smart Cities in India, 2015” worked out by TechSci Research provides a comprehensive guide to the smart cities project in India. The study contains a detailed smart cities outlook including smart cities definition, information on city categorization, data on institutional framework and smart cities funding. The report offers benchmarking for smart cities and identifies the cities in each state of the country. It covers elements of the smart cities, such as smart environment, smart transportation, smart IT, to name a few. The research study delves into the market dynamics and discloses market challenges. It explores emerging opportunities and contains segmental and regional analyses.

Report Details:

Market Study on Upcoming Smart Cities in India, 2015
Published: March, 2015
Pages: 170
Price: US$ 2,500.00

More new cutting-edge research reports by the publisher can be found at TechSci Research page.


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