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Government Engineering College, Bhavnagar.
Civil Engineering Department
Topic :- Smart City
Building and Town Planning
 Introduction
 Sustainable vs. Smart
 Smart Indicators
 Government Planning
 The Role of Data in Smart City
 Current...
A New Era of “Modi-Nomics”
“I stand before you not as Prime
Minister but Prime servant”
“I tell the world - Come, Manufact...
 A Smart City connects human capital, social capital and ICT
infrastructure in order to address public issues, achieve a
...
 ICT FACTOR
Use of Information and Communication
Technologies as a mean to achieve its objectives. ICT
as tool for the i...
Sustainable vs. Smart
SMART INDICATORS
 Smart Building
 Smart Energy
 Smart Governance
 Smart Environment
 Smart Transportations
 Smart IT and Communicatio...
 Buildings in India consume around 40 percent of
total energy generated, and 20 percent of water
(Centre for Science and ...
Smart Grid
• Electrification of all households with power available for at least 8 hours per day
by 2017
• Indigenous low ...
 Website availability
 Citizen participation
 E‐Democracy.
 Electronic voting
 Promoting ICT and Innovation
 On‐line...
Renewable Energy
• Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has plans to add capacity of
30,000MW in the 12th Five Year Plan (...
Green Transport
• The Government of India has approved a USD 4.13 billion plan to spur
electric and hybrid vehicle product...
Critical role of Information Communications
Technology in smart cities
• Cloud Computing
• Smart metering communication r...
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Solutions to cities’ immediate needs
 Open data are the way to master information and turn
challenges into opportunities.
1. Allow for better decisions.
2. St...
1. AHMEDABAD
 The main reasons for this include rapid industrialization in the city and infrastructure
development. One o...
2. VADODARA
 Vadodara is an emerging hub for various automobile ancillary units and glass
manufacturing companies. Variou...
1. Cities lack technology-related skills and capacity
2. Cities find it difficult to work across departments and
boundarie...
Challenges For Smart City
 As we know the concept of Smart City is on everyone’s tongue.
Every nation is trying to build their own identity as a co...
By,
Diyvesh Chotaliya - (130210106014),
Darshanba Gohil - (130210106019),
Savan Jagad - (130210106025),
Parth Mehta - (130...
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  1. 1. Government Engineering College, Bhavnagar. Civil Engineering Department
  2. 2. Topic :- Smart City Building and Town Planning
  3. 3.  Introduction  Sustainable vs. Smart  Smart Indicators  Government Planning  The Role of Data in Smart City  Current Smart Cities In Gujarat  Challenges to Smart City  Conclusion Contents
  4. 4. A New Era of “Modi-Nomics” “I stand before you not as Prime Minister but Prime servant” “I tell the world - Come, Manufacture in India. We have the skill and talent” … Digital India “e-governance is easy governance, efficient governance, and that is important” ……………………. (First Independence Day (Historic) Speech – Aug 15, 2014)
  5. 5.  A Smart City connects human capital, social capital and ICT infrastructure in order to address public issues, achieve a sustainable development and increase the quality of life of its citizens.  Goals of Smart City  Achieve a sustainable development.  Increase the quality of life of its citizens. Improve the efficiency of the existing and new infrastructure Introduction
  6. 6.  ICT FACTOR Use of Information and Communication Technologies as a mean to achieve its objectives. ICT as tool for the improvement of the city. Scope Of Smart City  Effects on the nearby settlements economically and socially connected. Expansion to the whole region.  Regional and interregional networks. Introduction
  7. 7. Sustainable vs. Smart
  8. 8. SMART INDICATORS
  9. 9.  Smart Building  Smart Energy  Smart Governance  Smart Environment  Smart Transportations  Smart IT and Communication Indian Government planning for Smart City:
  10. 10.  Buildings in India consume around 40 percent of total energy generated, and 20 percent of water (Centre for Science and Environment)  Buildings in India generate 40 percent of the carbon emissions, 30 percent of solid waste, and 20 percent of water effluents (Centre for Science and Environment)  It is estimated that India can save around US$ 42 billion every year with efficient management of lighting, heating, air-conditioning, etc.  Smart building technologies reduce maintenance costs by 10-30 percent, and enhance occupant’s comfort, health and safety Smart Building
  11. 11. Smart Grid • Electrification of all households with power available for at least 8 hours per day by 2017 • Indigenous low cost smart meter by 2014 Energy Storage • Addition of 88,000 MW of power generation capacity in the 12th Five Year Plan (2012-17) • India needs to add at least 250-400 GW of new power generation capacity by 2030 • The Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd has planned to invest USD 26 billion in the next five years Smart Meters • India to install 130 million smart meters by 2021. Smart Energy
  12. 12.  Website availability  Citizen participation  E‐Democracy.  Electronic voting  Promoting ICT and Innovation  On‐line public services  Transparent governance ◦ Administration staff that use Internet‐connected computers. ◦ Electronic signature. Smart Governance
  13. 13. Renewable Energy • Ministry of New and Renewable Energy has plans to add capacity of 30,000MW in the 12th Five Year Plan (2012-17) Water and Waste Water Management • The Indian Ministry of Water Resources plans to invest USD 50 billion in the water sector in the coming years. • The Yamuna Action Plan Phase III project for Delhi is approved at an estimated cost of USD 276 million Sanitation • About 67 percent of the rural population continues to defecate in the open, and India accounts for about 50 per cent of the world’s open defecation • The Government of India and the World Bank have signed a USD 500 million credit for the Rural Water Supply and Sanitation (RWSS) project in the Indian states of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh Smart Environment
  14. 14. Green Transport • The Government of India has approved a USD 4.13 billion plan to spur electric and hybrid vehicle production by setting an ambitious target of 6 million vehicles by 2020 • Electric vehicle charging stations in all urban areas and along all state and national highways by 2027 Railways  Metro: Ministry of Urban Development plans to invest more than USD 20 billion on the metro rail projects in coming years.  High Speed Rail: The proposed 534 km Mumbai-Ahmadabad high speed rail project will have an investment of around USD 10.5 billion.  Monorail: India’s first monorail project at Mumbai will cost around USD 500 million, of which USD 183 million has been spent on phase I. Smart Transportation
  15. 15. Critical role of Information Communications Technology in smart cities • Cloud Computing • Smart metering communication requirements • New threats and emerging trends in cyber security • Smart solutions for safety & security of smart cities • Disaster management and communications Smart IT and Communication
  16. 16. 21 Solutions to cities’ immediate needs
  17. 17.  Open data are the way to master information and turn challenges into opportunities. 1. Allow for better decisions. 2. Stimulate innovation. 3. Foster greater collaboration. 4. Conserve financial resources. 5. Become more effective, efficient, and equitable. The Role of Data in Smart City
  18. 18. 1. AHMEDABAD  The main reasons for this include rapid industrialization in the city and infrastructure development. One of the key contributors to the infrastructure is the Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS), which has improved the overall connectivity in Ahmadabad. This has in turn provided boost to the real estate market here. Moreover, the city has ample employment opportunities, excellent connectivity and social and civic infrastructure and most importantly, capital values here are lower than those of many Tier-I cities.  Ahmadabad is a major growth corridor. Several expressways pass through the city such as National Highways 8, 8A, 8B, 8C. Experts believe that once this corridor is complete, the city's realty sector will get a major boost. Apart from these national highways, there are several key state highways such as Sanand-Sarkhej Road that also pass through the city. These highways have paved the way for SMEs to flourish along the highways.  One such expressway is the Ahmadabad-Vadodara Expressway that connects the two vibrant economies in Gujarat: Ahmadabad and Vadodara. Smart cities in Gujarat
  19. 19. 2. VADODARA  Vadodara is an emerging hub for various automobile ancillary units and glass manufacturing companies. Various towns are major centers of Pharmaceutical and other Chemical manufacturing industries. It is home to a large number of reputed large scale industries and public sector units (PSUs) such as Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd (IPCL), ONGC, Gujarat Alkalies and Chemical Ltd (GACL), and Gas Authority of India Ltd (GAIL).  Moreover, some of Gujarat’s leading educational institutions are located in Vadodara. MS University, which is Gujarat's largest and most famous university is situated in Vadodara. The city has a good overall infrastructure as well. Some of the famous landmarks also include Laxmi Vilas Palace, Kirti Stambh, and Baroda Museum & Picture Gallery. Smart cities in Gujarat
  20. 20. 1. Cities lack technology-related skills and capacity 2. Cities find it difficult to work across departments and boundaries 3. Cities have limited influence over some basic services. 4. Concerns about data privacy, security and value. 5. Increasing citizen take up and participation is difficult. 6. Business models for rolling out smart technologies are still underdeveloped 7. Corruption is major barrier to smart cities Challenges For smart city
  21. 21. Challenges For Smart City
  22. 22.  As we know the concept of Smart City is on everyone’s tongue. Every nation is trying to build their own identity as a country with Smart Cities.  It’s a raw idea with innovations day by day. In our opinion, to make our country a smart country the most important factor is to have change in the mindset of people by making them aware about Smart City and its features, Utilization and its need. Conclusion
  23. 23. By, Diyvesh Chotaliya - (130210106014), Darshanba Gohil - (130210106019), Savan Jagad - (130210106025), Parth Mehta - (130210106036), Bhavik Shah - (130210106049). Thank You For Bearing..
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