Almost all major Indian cities are already overcrowded, leading to transport and traffic congestion, and a strain on resources such as water, energy, and safe housing. Meeting sustainability goals in Indian cities requires completely new concepts for urban mobility and the sustainable use of resources – in other words, the evolution of a city into a smart city.
Technology, specifically the Internet of Things (IoT), is a critical enabler of smart city development and of meeting the sustainability requirements of energy efficiency, greater security and convenience.
As cities grow, they also need to ensure infrastructure can keep up with and withstand the pressures of a growing population. The IoT is playing a crucial part in keeping cities moving, with innovations such as environmental monitoring systems and connected parking technologies, as well as fleet management, e-mobility, and intermodal transportation solutions.
Mobility as a Service solution will put users at the heart of the transport network, offering tailor-made travel services based on their preferences. MaaS has the potential to become the mobility service of choice for future generations, disrupting the traditional link between mobility and vehicle ownership. It will provide the means to achieve the smarter, simplified transportation landscape envisioned and expected by future users.
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