A smart city is an economical growth initiative to improve living standards of people with advent technologies to form an maintain ecosystem with smart products and solutions

Smart Cities Technology Development

The scope and vision of smart cities is to strength economical growth with smart technologies with integral functions. We are in the way of providing a complete roadmap with bunch of completed solutions so as to become the benchmark of SMART technologies. From a technological perspective, the smart city technology is a complex one comprising many technology areas. The exponential growth of commercial and residential space demands more for smart infrastructure in the areas like sewage, water and electricity which brings in the concept of Smart Cities. Smart city solutions enable intelligent network connectivity and edge processing solutions in cities across the globe. Smart Cities will accommodate rapid urbanization, focus on the primary needs and tap new opportunities to improve the quality of life for residents today and the future.  Smart Cities would focus on their most pressing needs and on the greatest opportunities to improve lives. They tap a range of approaches like digital and information technologies, urban planning best practices, public-private partnerships, and policy change  to make a difference. Smart cities are no longer the wave of the future. They are here now and growing quickly as the Internet of Things (IOT) expands and impacts municipal services around the globe.

Smart Agri

Agriculture being the backbone of Indian economy needs to automate with technologies so as to reduce the burden of manual assistance in composition of products, prescribing chemicals and interfering traditional approaches with replacement of modern technologies so that farmers could increase their yields year after year by cent implementation of modern agricultural practices so as to update Agriculture and Allied Businesses. Emphasis on increasing efficiency, productivity and innovative approaches to future food security needs, coupled with appropriate attention to environmental needs and pressures for reducing carbon footprint, are clearly adding to this new era of farming challenges. ‘Smart’, in the context of smart integrated farming, is a term that is now being applied to these evolving technological drivers. 

Smart Aqua

Smart Aqua can be otherwise renamed as Aquaculture since its necessity is very essential now a day in the fields of water treatment plants, RO plants, Swimming pools and its accessories, food and beverage based industries and pharmaceutical companies. Hence manual approaches without adopting technologies may not yield best results. So Smart Aqua deserves in strengthening the support of Agri based businesses with result oriented approaches, Reducing the loss or damage that may lead to negative shades with loss. It is advisory and highly recommended to adopt elegant approaches of Smart Aqua in maintenance of water based Industries and retail businesses.

Smart Sense

Water Management

Water management is the activity of planning, developing, distributing and optimum use of water resources under defined water polices and regulations.

Much effort in water resource management is directed at optimizing the use of water and in minimizing the environmental impact of water use on the natural environment. The observation of water as an integral part of the ecosystem is based on integrated water resource management, where the quantity and quality of the ecosystem help to determine the nature of the natural resources. Successful management of any resources requires accurate knowledge of the resource available, the uses to which it may be put, the competing demands for the resource, measures to and processes to evaluate the significance and worth of competing demands and mechanisms to translate policy decisions into actions on the ground.

For water as a resource, this is particularly difficult since sources of water can cross many national boundaries and the uses of water include many that are difficult to assign financial value to and may also be difficult to manage in conventional terms. Examples include rare species or ecosystems or the very long term value of ancient groundwater reserves.

Energy Management


The fundamental goal of energy management is to produce goods and provide services with the least cost and least environmental effect. The term energy management means many things to many people.


Energy Management System (EMS) widely refers to a computer system which is designed specifically for the automated control and monitoring of electric power and utility system. The scope may span from a load dispatch center to a group of power networks. Most of these energy management systems also provide decision making facilities for operator in the operation and control in real time. The data obtained from such actions are used to train operators in a control center and for performing engineering studies for futuristic actions like planning, optimization and maintenance scheduling, etc. on a frequent basis and to produce trend analysis and annual consumption forecasts.

Energy Management System (EMS) is a collection of computerized tools used to monitor, control, and optimize the performance of generation and transmission systems. This intelligent energy management software control system is designed to reduce energy consumption, improve the utilization of the system, increase reliability, and predict electrical system performance as well as optimize energy usage to reduce cost. Energy Management System applications use real-time data such as frequency, actual generation, tie-line load flows, and plant units’ controller status to provide system changes. Energy Management System had its origin in the need for electric utility companies to operate their generators as economically as possible. To operate the system as economically as possible required that the characteristics of all generating units be available in one location so that the most efficient units could be dispatched properly along with the less efficient. In addition, there was a requirement that the on/off scheduling of generating units be done in an efficient manner as well. Energy management systems can also provide metering, sub metering, and monitoring functions that allow facility and building managers to gather data and insight that allows them to make more informed decisions about energy activities across their sites.

Waste Management

Waste management or waste disposals are all the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal. Waste can take any form that is either solid, liquid, or gas and each have different methods of disposal and management. It can be treated with solid wastes and offers variety of solutions for recycling items that don't belong to trash.

Waste is a substance that has no further use and requires on-site or off-site treatment and disposal. Various types and volumes of waste will be generated depending on the scale of the project. Waste includes only those materials that are discarded, or are intended to be discarded. Note that recycled materials should be discarded off-site to a recycler. Since the beginning Human kind has been generating waste but With the progress of civilization the waste became of a more complex nature Nature and abundance in different countries depend on  - Geographic location - Climate - Degree of Industrialization - Available resources - Socio-economic conditions - Religious custom - Lifestyle - Behavior of consumers - Season of the year.

Environment  Management

Environmental Management is concerned not only with the impact of humankind on the planet but also with the patterns of human behavior necessary to preserve and manage the environment in a self-sustaining way. Green computing is one of the major outcome of Environment management. It deals with numerous fields like Biology, Oceanography and Sociology

By ‘environmental management’ we mean keeping control of our activities so that we do what we can to conserve these physical resources and to avoid polluting them. We can apply these controls in our life domestically, in what we buy and what we throw away, but it is usually in our work where the environmental impact of what we do is greatest. Such has been the impact of industrial activity that resources are becoming depleted and environmental damage is increasing. Some of the steps taken by the international community and governments to control and improve the situation