Automation revolutionises the Employment landscape of a Workplace

As businesses quantify technology’s impact on employment- advanced applications in robotics, telemetry & communications, wireless & sensor systems, Internet of Things, predictive analytics and artificial intelligence among other technologies are revolutionizing the employment landscape at workplaces across the globe. The quest for cost optimization, improved product quality, reliability, enhanced productivity, better working conditions in addition […]

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“Housing for All by 2022”, not a distant dream!

The Union Budget proposed by the Finance Minister, Mr. Arun Jaitley focused on roadmap to achieving goals set out in the previous budget. While the last budget established “Housing for All by 2022” policy initiative, this time the focus was on driving the venture.  Better credit facilities for developers, investors and end-users have been most […]

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Union Budget 2017-18: Pledge to a “concrete” roof for All

In a quest to increase transparency & accountability, the Union Budget 2017-18 outlined several pro-poor, pro-agriculture, pro-infrastructure initiatives today. While inclusion of Railways, Civil aviation and Water transport was anticipated to be categorized under “Infrastructure”, interestingly FM also considered “Affordable Housing” under his commitment to drive promising infrastructure in our country. Although “industry status” was […]

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Technology trends in Commercial Real Estate

Technology has permeated into all aspects of our lives and has impacted all industries be it finance, healthcare, hospitality, transportation or real estate. Technological innovations such as 3D and Cloud Technology have revolutionized the real estate industry. Be it the 360 degree view (virtual reality) of a house enabling an individual to take an informed […]

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Smart Cities: International Funding towards Growth & Development

Part 5 of the article series details how international funding is aiding the growth and development of Smart Cities in India The Indian government requires funds to develop Smart cities. Instead of burdening tax payers, the key to increase national treasury is to encourage existing global tie-ups & form new associations. The Union government has […]

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Smart Cities: Government initiatives and funding

4th article in the series focuses on Government initiatives and funding of Smart Cities in India The objective of the smart city mission is to promote cities that provide core infrastructure, decent quality of life, clean & sustainable environment and include application of ‘smart solutions’. Government has come up with various initiatives to support the […]

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