Smart Mobility Conference 2022
10-11-12 October 2023 / Pragati Maidan, New Delhi-India
NHforEV is Jaipur-Delhi- Agra E-highway pilot on PPP model called AHEM from Ease of Doing Business Division of ASSAR. Based on licensing Reforms of the Government, two highways out of 12NH marked by the Ministry of Power to be converted into E-Highways are being prototyped on AHEM model to fund EV charging infrastructure. This round of Pre- Allocation is for showcasing the technical components and commercial economics for preferential allocations of stations.
|Session II — Round Table Discussion
Effective collaboration between the Government, Infrastructure developers and Technology providers for highway and urban projectsWhile implementing an infrastructure project, the stakeholders feel that a better understanding of the policy, standards and access to right technology will help better quality a speedy completion of the project.
The round table conference will have government department and policy makers addressing the issues put forward by infra companies and technology providers
S.K. Nirmal, Secretary General, Indian Roads Congress & Additional Director General, Ministry of Road Transport & Highways
Improving Operational efficiency in Logistics Infrastructure; Multimodal Integrated Logistics Parks; Technologies…One of the main focus areas of our government is to improve the operation efficiency in logistics. The economic progress will depend on bringing down the cost of movement of goods. The logistics experts will discuss how infrastructure and technology can help better process in logistics.
Strengthening public transport in India
The multi-modal integration of public transport is on the top of the priority list of the govt. The increasing metro network, intra and interstate transport, the last mile connectivity along with parking facility and common payment platform can bring about sustainable public transport.
Mobility as a Service; Mobility on Demand – Evolving perspective – panel discussion
Though world over the mobility-as-service is gaining popularity, India is still finding is difficult to implement the concept in its full sense. The present passenger demand and behaviour necciciate mobility on demand. The government has to firm up policies and regulations to strengthen MaaS in India.
Emerging Technologies for Road Safety and Fleet management
Urban traffic management and advanced video analytics technologies. A smart City perspective
Video surveillance and data analytics form two of the main components of urban traffic management that help reduce congestion and fast and safe movement of vehicles. With over 100 smart cites being made in India, video analytics has become very important.
Tunnels and underground structures are becoming the lifeline of Indian transport sector
Advancement, Automation & Digitalization in Tunnel Construction and Monitoring
Contractual Challenges and Solutions for Underground construction
Round table Discussion Emerging Dimensions of Infrastructure Connectivity (A NITI Aayog initiative)