Indian cities must leverage city data for monetisation and economic development.
The opportunities for transforming municipal governance on the back of disruptive technology being implemented as part of the Smart City mission are enormous.
While e-governance initiatives usually account for only 10-15% of the total investment, they are an essential part of the overall city architecture
With the smart cities programme being cleared by the Union Cabinet, we now expect to see some quick implementation on the ground.
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