Jan 27, 2020

Will smart cities enhance a city’s valuation?

For global mapping solutions companies, the Indian Smart Cities programme is the next big opportunity. At the recent ESRI India conference, global GIS mapping solutions pioneer ESRI stated boldly that India was high on its priorities list. And holding pride of place at the ESRI India exhibition was

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    History teaches us useful lessons. During the time of the first 5 year plan back in early ’50 when Jawaharlal Nehru was envisioning modern India he had made an important statement.

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