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India Smart Cities Infrastructure Investment Outlook

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印度的智慧城市基礎設施投資的見通 India Smart Cities Infrastructure Investment Outlook
出版日期: 2015年09月25日 內容資訊: 英文 125 Pages



第1章 所謂智慧城市

第2章 智慧城市核心

  • 智慧城市的大支柱
  • 制度性基礎設施
  • 社會性基礎設施
  • 物理基礎設施
  • 經濟性基礎設施
  • 智慧城市的財源

第3章 印度的智慧城市

  • 100個智慧城市計畫
  • 運作中的計劃
  • 保留中的計劃
  • 民間的先導計畫

第4章 智慧城市的基礎設施方面

  • 智慧型能源
  • 智慧環境
  • 智慧交通
  • 智慧IT、通訊
  • 智慧健康
  • 智慧教育
  • 智慧建築
  • 智慧管治

第5章 智慧城市的經濟影響分析

  • 市場機會
  • 計劃現況
  • 主要的智慧城市供應商、企業
  • 國際協定、夥伴關係、聯盟

第6章 智慧城市開發的主要趨勢

第7章 市場動態

  • 推薦參數
  • 面臨的問題與課題
  • 民營企業的機會

第8章 印度的智慧城市計劃的未來發展預測

第9章 政府支援、政策概要

  • 政府的方案
  • 政策支援
  • 財政支援
  • 智慧城市的認證流程

第10章 印度的智慧城市基礎設施的指南

第11章 智慧城市簡介

  • Manesar-Bawal
  • Dighi Port
  • Cisco Smart City
  • GIFT City (Gujarat)
  • Lavasa (Maharashtra)
  • Wave City (UP)
  • Pallava City (Maharashtra)
  • Dholera Smart city (Gujarat)
  • Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor
  • Naya Raipur Chattisgarh
  • Shendra Bidkin (Maharashtra)
  • Smart City (Kochi)
  • Vikram Udyogpuri (MP)



India has announced its plan to build 100 new smart cities besides developing modern satellite towns around existing cities under its Smart City program. The Government of India allocated INR 70.6 Billion (US$ 1.2 Billion) for Smart Cities in the Union Budget for 2014-15. The government has set up the Smart Cities Mission as an initiative to set the template and create examples of smart cities that can be replicated both within and outside the Smart City. It is expected that these cities would further catalyze the creation of similar Smart Cities in other regions and parts of the country.

India's Smart City plan is part of a larger plan to develop industrial corridors or regions of industrial development connecting big metropolitan cities. The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), the Chennai-Bangalore Industrial Corridor (CBIC) and the Bangalore-Mumbai Economic Corridor (BMEC) are examples of this approach. Many industrial and commercial centers are expected to be recreated as Smart Cities along these corridors. About seven new smart cities are expected to be developed as the nodes of the corridor in its first phase along the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC), which is spread across six states.

The development of smart cities is spearheaded by the Smart Cities Mission which is an innovative and new initiative by the Government of India. The mission aims to drive economic growth and improve the quality of life of people by promoting local development and using technology as a means to create a better livelihood, quality and standard of life and better delivery of civic facilities for citizens. The strategy of the mission is to create a Pan-city initiative in which at least one Smart Solution is applied all across the city. It also aims to develop areas step-by-step using three models of area-based developments namely Retrofitting, Redevelopment and Greenfield approach.

The Smart City Mission aims to cover 100 cities in duration of five years (FY2015-16 to FY2019-20). Based on an evaluation to be done by the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) the Mission may be continued beyond 2020 after incorporating the learning into the Mission. The distribution of the 100 Smart Cities across the different states and UTs of India is on the basis of equitable criteria. The criteria give equal weightage (50:50) to urban population of the State/UT and the number of statutory towns in the State/UT. This formula guarantees a certain number of potential Smart Cities for each State/UT and each State/ UT would have at least one. The number and distribution of potential Smart Cities from each State/UT has an upper limited as indicated.

The smart cities program presents an opportunity for countries and organizations in exploring investment and collaborative opportunities with Indian government. The attention on core infrastructure services such as adequate clean water supply, sanitation and sold waste management, efficient urban mobility and public transportation, affordable housing, power supply, robust IT connectivity, governance, particularly e-governance and citizen participation will provide a growth opportunity for companies operating in these areas. The government's focus on Public Private Partnership (PPP) allows the private sector to bring in its capacity to innovate and also gain market opportunities. Another opportunity is for greater involvement of the private sector in the delivery of services.

“India Smart Cities Infrastructure Investment Outlook” Report Highlights:

  • Introduction to Smart City
  • Core Components of Smart City
  • Aspects of Smart City Infrastructure
  • Smart Cities in India
  • Key Trends in Smart City Development
  • Government Support and Policy Outline
  • India Smart Cities Infrastructure Guidelines
  • India Smart Cities Project Future Outlook

Table of Contents

1. Introduction to Smart City

  • 1.1. The Concept & Definition
  • 1.2. Institutional Framework
    • 1.2.1. Smart Governance
    • 1.2.2. Smart Citizen
    • 1.2.3. Smart Energy
    • 1.2.4. Smart Technology
    • 1.2.5. Smart Infrastructure
    • 1.2.6. Smart Mobility
    • 1.2.7. Smart Building
    • 1.2.8. Smart Healthcare
  • 1.3. City Categorization

2. Core Components of Smart City

  • 2.1. Major Pillars of Smart City
  • 2.2. Institutional Infrastructure
  • 2.3. Social Infrastructure
  • 2.4. Physical Infrastructure
  • 2.5. Economic Infrastructure
  • 2.6. Funding of Smart Cities

3. Smart Cities in India

  • 3.1. 100. Smart Cities Initiative
  • 3.2. Active Projects
  • 3.3. Pending Projects
  • 3.4. Private Pilot Projects

4. Aspects of Smart City Infrastructure

  • 4.1. Smart Energy
  • 4.2. Smart Environment
  • 4.3. Smart Transportation
  • 4.4. Smart IT & Communication
  • 4.5. Smart Health
  • 4.6. Smart Education
  • 4.7. Smart Building
  • 4.8. Smart Governance

5. Smart Cities Economic Impact Analysis

  • 5.1. Market Opportunity
  • 5.2. Current Status of Projects
  • 5.3. Major Smart City Suppliers and Players
  • 5.4. International Agreements, Partnerships & Collaborations

6. Key Trends in Smart City Development

7. Market Dynamics

  • 7.1. Favorable Parameters
  • 7.2. Issues & Challenges Faced
  • 7.3. Opportunities for Private Players

8. India Smart Cities Project Future Outlook

9. Government Support and Policy Outline

  • 9.1. Government Schemes
  • 9.2. Policy Support
  • 9.3. Financial Support
  • 9.4. Smart City Approval Process

10. India Smart Cities Infrastructure Guidelines

  • 10.1. Smart City Features
  • 10.2. Timeline
  • 10.3. Approach to Smart Cities
  • 10.4. Proposal & Planning
  • 10.5. Criteria for Selection as Smart City
  • 10.6. Quantifying Smart Cities
  • 10.7. Selection Procedure
  • 10.8. Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV)
  • 10.9. Smart Cities Financing
  • 10.10. Funding by Government
  • 10.11. Mission Monitoring
  • 10.12. Convergence with Other Government Schemes
  • 10.13. Roadblocks

11. Smart City Profiles

  • 11.1. Manesar-Bawal
  • 11.2. Dighi Port
  • 11.3. Cisco Smart City
  • 11.4. GIFT City, Gujarat
  • 11.5. Lavasa, Maharashtra
  • 11.6. Wave City, UP
  • 11.7. Pallava City, Maharashtra
  • 11.8. Dholera Smart city, Gujarat
  • 11.9. Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor
  • 11.10. Naya Raipur Chattisgarh
  • 11.11. Shendra Bidkin, Maharashtra
  • 11.12. Smart City, Kochi
  • 11.13. Vikram Udyogpuri, MP

List of Figures

  • Figure 1-1: Smart City Institutional Framework
  • Figure 1-2: Worldwide Smart City Market Elements, (%) 2012-2020
  • Figure 1-3: Connected Equipment in Smart Cities- Smart Governance and Public Service, (Million) 2015-2017
  • Figure 1-4: Connected Equipment in Smart Cities- Smart Utilities (Million), 2015-2017
  • Figure 1-5: Connected Equipment in Smart cities-Infrastructure and Commercial Buildings (Million), 2015-2017
  • Figure 1-6: Connected Equipment in Smart cities-Transport and Mobility (Million), 2015-2017
  • Figure 1-7: Connected Equipment in Smart cities- Smart Homes & Buildings (Million), 2015-2017
  • Figure 1-8: Connected Equipment in Smart Cities-Healthcare (Million), 2015-2017
  • Figure 2-1: Institutional infrastructure Framework for Smart Cities
  • Figure 2-2: Social infrastructure Framework for Smart Cities
  • Figure 2-3: Physical infrastructure Framework for Smart Cities
  • Figure 2-4: Economic infrastructure Framework for Smart Cities
  • Figure 2-5: Smart City Funding India (US$ Million), FY'2014- FY'2024
  • Figure 2-6: India Smart City Funding by Segment, (US$ Million) FY'2014-FY'2024
  • Figure 3-1: Smart Cities in Each State/ Union Territory, August 2015
  • Figure 5-1: Smart City Saving at Global Level, US$ Billion
  • Figure 5-2: Smart City Saving & Reduction in Resource Usage (%)
  • Figure 5-3: India Smart City Market Opportunity (US$ Billion), 2015-2020
  • Figure 5-4: India Smart City Deals
  • Figure 9-1: India Proposed Smart City Funding, (US$ Million) 2015-2024

List of Tables

  • Table 1-1: Smart city Distribution by Type and Population, 2015
  • Table 1-2: Smart Cities Allocated to States
  • Table 2-1: India Smart Cities Alliances by Country
  • Table 3-1: List of Proposed Smart Cities, August'2015
  • Table 4-1: Smart Energy Solutions & Benefits Analysis
  • Table 4-2: Smart Governance-Technology, Solution and Impact
  • Table 5-1: Smart Energy Interventions
  • Table 5-2: Smart Water Management Interventions
  • Table 5-3: Smart Transportation Management Interventions
  • Table 5-4: Smart Waste Management Solutions Interventions
  • Table 5-5: Indian Smart City Projects Execution Status
  • Table 5-6: Agreements & Partnerships With Countries With Regard To Smart Cities
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