Leveraging AI for Smart Transportation

Leveraging AI for Smart Transportation Data Dialouges Episode 1 Register Now Leveraging AI for Smart Transportation Mitigating traffic congestion and improving safety are the cornerstones of transportation within Smart Cities. Current practices collect and analyze data from sensors and video processing and then process it offline. Hence, they are limited in proactively reducing traffic fatalities and preventable delays at intersections. We are …

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What a Waste? Not with IUDX’s Digital Overhaul

  • November 25, 2021
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In Ludhiana, waste matter from Tajpur Road enters sewerage lines through open manholes leading to sewage overflow in wards 12, 13, 15 and 16. Galand locals protest solid waste being dumped from Ghaziabad. Several villages in Kurnool district are facing shortage of garbage dumping yards. As a result of which the household collected garbage is being dumped on the roadside. …

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Bracing to Tackle Urban Flooding With IUDX

  • November 25, 2021
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Over the years visual imagery around floods in India has undergone a drastic change. Even until a couple of decades back, when one said flood, pictures of submerged fields and marooned villages in states like Bihar and Assam sprung in mind. But now what we imagine are flooded streets of our cities, floating cars, submerged subways and floodwater in living …

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Lanes of Hope with IUDX Based Green Corridor for Emergency Vehicles

  • November 25, 2021
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Year 2014, a 21-year-old in Chennai received the gift of life, thanks to an ambulance being able to carry the heart for transplant covering a distance of 12kms in just 14 minutes from Chennai Government General Hospital to Fortis Malhar Hospitals in Adyar, a distance that otherwise takes more than 45mins to cover. This was the very first instance when …

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Ushering New Era with IoT and 5G

  • November 25, 2021
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Suresh Kumar, VP – Deployments, IUDX recently participated in a panel discussion on “How IoT and 5G will make businesses, cities smarter” at the Mint Digital Innovation Summit 2021. Hear his thoughts on the use and challenges of these technologies, and how they will help usher in the new era. https://vimeo.com/625307287

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Sustainable and Equitable Urban Transport with IUDX

  • November 25, 2021
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A report* issued in 2019 suggests that public transport is the third most preferred mode of transport in urban India, next to walking and using a personal motorbike. The fourth most favoured method of transport is personal car. The report also highlights that the most important reasons for not using public transport were poor ‘quality of infrastructure’ (poor quality bus …

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Smart Data Models: Realising the Power of Common Data Models

In our previous article we saw that common data APIs and common data models are the key tools to combat data silos. Together, these enable efficient data sharing, improved data interoperability and enable ease of application portability across platforms. We explained the role played by Data Descriptors, which are linked data objects present in the IUDX catalogue, in breaking silos …

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Decoding IUDX: Data Descriptors

  • September 23, 2021
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Data silos present formidable roadblocks in the journey of our cities towards becoming data smart. Data silos are isolated islands of data which make it prohibitively difficult to exchange data for its use in other application areas. This prevents active participation of application developers and solution providers which is crucial to tackle the complex urban challenges faced by the cities …

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Enabling Low-Cost Intelligent Traffic Signal System with IUDX

  • September 23, 2021
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Since decades, traffic signals have been used to regulate traffic in order to increase efficiency in vehicular movement and road safety. These conventional traffic lights have done the job required with aplomb. However, increase in population, an exponential increase in traffic and the randomness in the traffic density pattern throughout the day has rendered these conventional signals rather obsolete. The …

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