• SMART CITY
• SMART CITY PLAN
• NEED FOR SMART CITY
• FEATURES OF SMART CITY
• WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS
• INTERNET OF THINGS
• GOALS & BENEFITS OF SMART CITY
• SMART CITIES - ONGOING PROCESS
21st Century has brought with it a new global
trend of “sustainable urban development”
and this concept adds new dimensions to
urbanization which require a quick need to
upgrade existing cities.
98 cities were shortlisted in India for
implementing Smart City Concept.
4. SMART CITY
• A smart city (also smarter city) uses digital
technologies or information and
communication technologies (ICT) to enhance
quality and performance of urban services, to
reduce costs and resource consumption, and
to engage more effectively and actively with
• A smart city should be able to respond faster
to city and global challenges.
5. SMART CITY PLAN
• According to the plan, 20 cities will be
selected this year, followed by 40 each in the
next two years.
• While most of the smart cities will be
Brownfield (old) ventures and there will also
be a few Greenfield (new) projects .
6. SMART CITY PLAN
• The cities will be given scores based on urban
reforms that they have carried out, their impact and
what they propose to do in four key areas
Swatch Bharat (sanitation),
Make in India (ease of doing business),
Good governance (modern accounting
system, rationalization of property taxes)
7. NEED FOR SMART CITY
• By 2030, 60% of worlds population is expected
to live in cities results in heavy strain on
energy, transportation, water, building and
• Increasing need is the being felt for smart city
which are both efficient, sustainable and Can
generate economic prosperity & social well
8. NEED FOR SMART CITY
• The need to handle global environment and
-- Global warming and climate change
-- Population increase and resource depletion
-- Adverse effects of increasing urbanization
• The need to accommodate changing lifestyles
• A McKinsey Global Institute study estimated that cities
would generate 70% of the new jobs created by 2030,
produce more than 70% of the Indian gross domestic
product and drive a fourfold increase in per capita
income across the country.
• Early phase: Provide the infrastructure
needed for the operation of the city.
• Growth Phase: Expand and intensify the
infrastructure to ensure that supply can keep
the pace with increasing demands of the growing demand.
• Mature phase: Enhance infrastructure
to ensure the delivery of high-quality services
based on criteria such as ease of- use and comfort.
• Transformation phase: Integrate
infrastructure systems to satisfy social values
such as aiding, or at least avoiding damage to, the natural
10. VISION OF THE CITY OF THE FUTURE
Sensing the city
Provide tools for
the citizens to
workings of the
Open source and
12. FEATURES OF SMART CITY
• Smart parking
• Smart heritage cities
• Smart transportation & Traffic management
• Smart grids
• Smart city maintenance
• Smart Building & Home
• Smart Energy (Renewable generation & storage, AMI,PQM,PLM,OMS)
• Smart Water Management
• Smart Waste Management (Recycling of waste, residual management,
Recovery of waste organics & Energy)
• Smart Education (e-Education)
• Smart Governance (e-governance)
• Smart Medical Facility (e-Medical)
• Smart Communications & Networks
13. SMART ENVIRONMENT
• Renewal of energy, waste water management
and provide proper sanitation to citizens
• To setup project for alarm and control of CO2
emissions of factories, pollution emitted by
cars and toxic gases generated.
• To setup projects to create alarms based on
distributed control in specific places like
buildings, bridges, and establish a National
Advance Disaster Alarm System.
14. SMART ENVIRONMENT
The sensors can be used to measuring
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Carbon Dioxide (CO2)
Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)
15. SMART WATER
• To setup Potable water monitoring tools to
monitor the quality of tap water in all
government owned education institutes and
• To setup project for real-time detection of
leakages and wastes of factories in rivers and
other natural water bodies.
• To setup project for monitoring of water level
variations in rivers, dams and reservoirs, for
proactive disaster management.
16. WASTE MANAGEMENT
• To assist the ‘SWACH BHARAT’ initiative,
projects may be setup to create products
which are Solar powered trash receptacle and
trash compactor that alerts sanitation crews
of municipal authorities, when it is full.
• Waste to Energy is the process of generating
energy in the form of electricity from primary
treatment of waste using Incinerators.
18. WASTE MANAGEMENT
• ROADS USING PLASTIC
As most of the Indians roads are asphalt
road and we have seen their life is mostly 2-3
years. So we can work on the model proposed
by K.Ahmed Khan who has successfully proven
this in Madras that roads made using recycled
or waste plastic have much more life than
normal roads. As they can resist more
temperature than asphalt.
19. SMART TRANSPORT
The in vehicle e-call is generated either
manually by vehicle occupants or automatically by
sensors after an accident .when activated the e-call
device will establish an emergency call carrying both
voice and data to nearest Emergency Point.
• Automatic Road Enforcement :
A traffic enforcement system consists of
camera which detects and identify vehicle disobeying
traffic rules and automatically ticket offenders based
on license plate number. Traffic tickets are sent by
mail or message.
20. WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS
• Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) can help to
monitor environmental conditions and water
quality, allowing an easier, faster and cheaper
data logging, which will lead into a better
utilization of resources of each organization or
government. The system would be able to
monitor water quality by measuring different
22. INTERNET OF THINGS
• The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects
that contain embedded technology to communicate and
sense or interact with their internal states or the external
• Simply put this is the concept of basically connecting any
device with an on and off switch to the Internet (and/or to
each other) to transfer data over the network.
• The IoT is a giant network of connected “things” (which also
includes people). The relationship will be between people-
people, people-things, and things-things.
QUALITY OF LIFE
The Well-Planned City
The Healthy/Safe City
Cultural- Convention Hub
The City of Commerce
The City of Digital Innovation
26. BENEFITS OF SMART CITY
• Economic development, Global city investment
• Proper facilities for entertainment, safety, security &
• 24*7 availability of water and electricity.
• Employment opportunities , Provide huge amount of Job .
• Efficiency, sustainability, and livable.
• Reduce Poverty in India & Affordable housing .
• Enable better services to citizen by managing operations
without human interventions .
27. BENEFITS OF SMART CITY
• Reduce energy consumption, Green House gas
• Corruption decreases.
• Robust IT connectivity and digitalization.
• Good governance.
• Safety and security of citizens, particularly
women, children and the elderly.
28. SMART CITIES - ONGOING PROCESS
• Kochi ,Ahmadabad ,Aurangabad
• Aurangabad ,Manesar in Delhi
• Tumkur in Karnataka, Khushkera (Alwar)
TOP 5 cities in the world
• New York
The emergency of the idea of the smart city
ought to be seen in the backdrop of the need to
contain corruption and meet the requirements of
the adequate & efficient service delivery in urban
areas using information and digital technologies.
The success will be judged by its power to
transform the life of the people, and their ability
to reduce growing inequality in our society.