How D-Link is building The Smart Cities in India A Program with International Division, Institute for Information Industry & KPMG

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Date and time: Tuesday, 24 November 2020 12:00
India Time (Mumbai, GMT+05:30)
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  Tuesday, 24 November 2020 12:00
India Time (Mumbai, GMT+05:30)
Duration: 2 hours
Description:

Webinar Title: Technology Integration and Decision Making through Command and Control Centers

The India Smart Cities Mission, an urban renewal and retrofitting program was launched by the Government of India in June 2015 with a mission to develop 100 cities which will provide core infrastructure, a clean and sustainable environment, and application of ‘smart’ solutions integrated into the very framework of the city. With a total budget of USD 30 billion for the 100 winning proposals, 19% has been accounted for pan city solutions related to information technology.

The Integrated Command and Control Center (ICCC) is a crucial component to the pan city solutions, acting as the nervous system to all ICT related projects in a city. The ICCC enables the city to manage safety and surveillance of the city and at the same time host the other Smart Solutions such as e-governance, GIS platform, cyber solutions, SWM and transport management to name a few.

Smart cities in India helped control and aid in managing the pandemic in a large way. ICCC created for major surveillance and monitoring of city-wide operations overnight became the virtual war rooms for COVID-19 monitoring and control operations. Similarly, in some of the cities the existing Smart Solutions were enhanced to contain and monitor COVID situation.

It is established that the applicability of ICCC is boundless, which brings along several opportunities. The objective of this webinar is to educate the Taiwanese vendor community on the road ahead for ICCC in India so as to allow them to pitch their solutions and products for a more efficient and cost-effective outcome. The webinar will focus of the ICCC architecture, functionalities, applicability to local context, procurement pattern and opportunity landscape. In order to do so, we have invited government officials industry solution experts to provide a clearer picture to the Taiwanese community. The webinar will also include certain Taiwanese vendors showcase their solutions and products that can be plugged to the ICCC model in India. Ultimately, we will aim to facilitate the cooperation between industries in India and Taiwan, so as to make ICT solutions in the times of pandemic even better.

  • Date and Time

12:00 – 13:30 IST on 24th November, 2020

  • Webinar Agenda

S. No

Session

Taipei Time

(Indian Standard Time)

Speaker

1.

Appreciating the role of Integrated Command and Control Centers in making cities safe and smart

14:30 – 14:40

(12:00 – 12:10)

Smart City officials from Raipur/ Jhansi/ Indore Smart City

2.

Assessing the Smart Cities fight against the COVID-19 pandemic with ICCCs

14:40 – 14:55

(12:10 – 12:25)

Mr. Aneel K, Chief Technical Officer, Quantela Inc

3.

Deconstructing ICCC

14:55 – 15:10

(12:25 – 12:40)

Mr. Om Dangi, Associate Director, Infrastructure, Government & Healthcare, KPMG

4.

How are Indian Smart Cities conducting procurement for Integrated command and Control Centers

15:10 – 15:25

(12:40 – 12:55)

Mr. Vikash Chandra, Smart Cities Mission Management Unit, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India

5.

Road Ahead for ICCC

15:25 – 15:40

(12:55 – 13:10)

Mr. JVS Ramakrishna, Business Leader, Smart Word, Larsen & Turbo

6.

Smart City - Delta's experience sharing

15:40 – 15:55

(13:10 – 13:25)

Mr. Jim Chen, Senior Sales, Delta Electronics

7.

Smart City Applications - Worldwide Successful Experience

15:55 – 16:10

(13:25 – 13:40)

Mr. Jerry Wang, Overseas Business Development Senior Manager, IISI

8.

D-Link presence in Smart Cities in India.

16:10 – 16:25

(13:40 – 13:55)

Mr. Sudhanshu Ojha, AVP -Government Affairs, CSR & D-Link Academy

 

Session 1: Appreciating the role of Integrated Command and Control Centers (ICCCs) in making cities safe and smart

  • Introduction to ICCC
  • Role played by ICCC in today’s time in making governance smarter
  • Future role envisaged by ICCC

 

Session 2: Assessing the Smart Cities fight against the COVID-19 pandemic with ICCCs?

  • Role of ICCC in fighting COVID-19
  • Case study of a city which has been able to fight the pandemic effectively with the assistance of ICCC

Session 3: Deconstructing ICCC

  • ICCC Architecture
  • Functional components of ICCC
  • Technical Components of ICCC (Software and Hardware functionalities that are required for ICCC)

Session 4: How are Indian Smart Cities conducting procurement for Integrated command and Control Centers

  • Procurement method for ICCC infrastructure adopted by cities and other Public Sector organizations
  • Latest MoHUA guidelines (November 2020) on ICCC procurement

Session 5: Road ahead for ICCC

  • ICCC implementation is not restricted only to Smart Cities, the landscape is broader
  • Use of ICCC by cities outside of Smart Cities Mission in areas such as Smart Community, Safe City, Smart Buildings, Waste and Water Management, Integrated Traffic Management etc, Crime and Criminal Tracking Network etc. 
  • Contact

India

Ms. Meher Bano Ali

iii.smartexpo@gmail.com

Mobile / Whatsapp: +91 88604 96191

Taiwan

Mr. Charles Hung

charleshung@iii.org.tw

Mobile / WhatsApp: +886-2-6631-8541

  • Organizer

Institute for Information Industry

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