• 22-23 March 2018   10am to 6pm
  • Venue :HITEX, Exhibition Centre, Hyderabad, India

Highlights

Our Past Speakers

Rahul Savdekar

Director - Industry Solutions (Govt), Microsoft India

MAREK WOSINSKI

President at Sustainability Transition Consulting,LLC

CARLO RATTI

MIT Department of urban studies and development

HARSH CHITALE

Busniness Group Professional,Philips Lighting

Gallery

1st Smart Cities Summit-2014

2nd Smart Cities Summit-2015

3rd Smart Cities Summit-2016

Smart Urbanation 2017

NCST, Hyderabad

Smart Cities Seminar

Testimonials

  • ” He emphasised upon the government’s Digital India initiatives. Initiatives and schemes, he said, “such as biometric-based digital identity of citizens – Aadhaar, digital lockers, computerisation of land records, etc – are gaining momentum in India.” His address was followed by the launch of the India Readiness Guide Version 2, which is a conceptual roadmap to address growth strategies by focusing on universal principles that unite key areas of a city… “

    – Shri P. P. Chaudhary (Minister of State, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India.)
  • ” We have proposed $333 million to make seven big cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata,Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru and Hyderabad – focus on technological advancements… “

    Hansraj Ahir, Minister of State for Home Affairs, Government of India
  • ” India and China share a similar context in terms of urban population and infrastructure challenges. In order to meet these challenges, China was among the first few countries to have successfully implemented the concept of smart cities and developed the requisite
    infrastructure to meet the urban challenges.. “

    – Mohammad Saqib, Secretary General, India-China Economic and Cultural Council.