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Video Coverage 2016

2nd Smart Cities India 2016 expo video
Since its launch in 2015, the expo has attained a higher level with new concepts and innovative features, and is now ranked as one of the important events in this genre worldwide. The 2nd edition of Smart Cities India 2016 expo,  took place at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi during 11-13 May 2016. The event observed 329 participants and 13,621 business visitors from 40 countries.
Suresh Prabhakar Prabhu, Cabinet Minister, Government of India, Ministry of Railways stated: “Transport plays the role of lifeline in a smart city and hence soon India will see new railway stations made with impeccable design and friendly human interface. Special attention needs to be paid to management of natural resources so that the ecological balance is not tampered.”


Piyush Goyal, Minister of State, Government of India, Independent charge for Power, Coal, New & Renewable energy, said: “India sure has challenges, but in those challenges lies the unparalleled opportunities. A land that has enormous amount of manpower, and youth seeking better lifestyle provides the urging need of smart cities. Smarter solutions need to be scalable, affordable and fast in their implementation so that the country drives benefit from them”


Media Coverage 2016

• Times of India: Over 350 exhibitors to take part in Smart Cities expo
• Times of India: Giving shape to a better world
• IANS: 2nd Smart Cities India 2016 Expo- From a Dream to a Reality
• The Dollar Business: Taiwanese firms willing to explore Indian market
• MSN: Sterlite Technologies to Showcase Integrated Solutions
• Economic Times: Smart cities need to be customised to Indian context: Piyush Goyal
• Business Standard: Conceptualize Smart Cities According to Indian Needs- Shri Piyush Goyal
• Financial Express: Indian Railways to revamp 400 stations into cities’ new icons: Suresh Prabhu
• Dainik Jagran
• Indian Express: Tech for Smart Cities must be customised for Indian needs: Piyush Goyal
• Deccan Chronicle: MediaTek collaborates with Intex to offer affordable wearable tech
• NDTV: Railway Stations To Be Revamped Into Cities' New Icons
• Dainik Jagran:
• Moneycontrol: Slideshow


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