Smart Cities India 2016 Exhibition and Conference

Event date: May 11-13, 2016
New Delhi, India

Smart Cities India 2016 exhibition and conference will be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, during 11-13 May 2016. The expo will connect exhibitors and speakers with government administrators, municipal bodies, industry leaders, investors, etc., who have interest in developing smart cities.

Focussed on smart governance, smart energy, smart environment, smart ICT, smart mobility, smart buildings, etc., the conference will deliberate on aspects pertaining to clean water; efficient solid waste management; improved low emission public transport; proliferation of electric and hybrid vehicles for private use; clean energy for smart buildings; etc., all enabled through the use of ICT.  The objective is to provide public services for private benefit – creating a partnership between the government and its citizens.

Exhibitions India Group is a trade promotion organization, organising international exhibitions and conferences since 1987, promoting B2B business, financial investments, joint ventures, technology transfers, etc.

Read more: http://www.smartcitiesindia.com/default.aspx

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