Smart cities employ a range of software, user interfaces, communication networks, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Amongst these, IoT is the most important since it is a network of linked gadgets that interact and share data. Vehicles, smart household appliances, and on-street sensors are all examples of IoT. Data acquired from these devices is uploaded to the cloud, allowing for advancements in both public and private sector services.
The Government of India is considering the reimagination of workflow very seriously and is on the right path to take action. Clearly, workflow applications are going to change how we interact with public services. With an increased adoption amongst citizens, these applications are surely going to upscale the ease of use and quality of services from the Government.
Drones are used in surveillance, monitoring, detection, prevention, targeting, and even strike missions. There are various use cases of drones in public sector enterprises like tourism agriculture, military, urban development, healthcare, security, mining, telecom, oil and gas, disaster management, land mapping, wildlife, maritime operations etc. Video and Image analytics is also used in traffic management for Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR), issuance of over-speed challan, red light, or any other traffic violation. Airports are planning to use image analytics to allow passengers to unpack their bags virtually. The scanners embedded with image analytics will provide better object detection and significantly reduce the number of bags that will need to be checked manually.
The Indian Government has understood the importance of the global semiconductor value chain disruption. Hence, they are making all efforts to manufacture and design the country's chips and avoid outsourcing and importing. However, as far as the present scenario is concerned, it has become more geo-political than anything else.
The ongoing pandemic has indeed accelerated the demand for certain technologies/trends that will either help various industries in maintaining the “new” standard operating procedures at the workplace or transforming the way business is done in order to generate new sources of revenues
Let us pick up some industries and evaluate how the pandemic has made way for certain technologies/trends:
Technology has become a critical facilitator for today's businesses. It has a highly profound role in driving optimization and efficiency across all sectors today, including the public and private sectors. CIOs from Government & PSU's have adopted niche technologies to drive innovation and transformation within the country. Tech-adoption is seen as an investment in keeping the country competitive in an ever-evolving global economy.
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