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SMART CITY SUMMIT
SURAT
Indus Towers Limited
By Indus Towers
25-26 NOVEMBER 2016
Indus at a Glance
Customers
Field resources
30,000+
/ 22 Telecom circles15
Partners
269
crores+
Gross block invested
34000...
Smart City benefits to the society
Social
Responsibility
Environment
Economic
Prosperity
Every 10% increase in broadband p...
Smart city ecosystem
Smart services require a common digital backbone and long term approach
• Integrator
• Network Servic...
Typical Smart city Architecture
6
Why separate Telecom Infra RFP is required?
Strong Backbone to make India - “A Digital India” to enable all smart servic...
Challenges faced in Smart City - Telecom
Infrastructure .
 Too many tower requirement from multiple IP/Operators.
 Sky l...
Critical Success Factors for creation of Telecom
Infrastructure
• Technology Agnostic
• Internet is a service which can be...
Modular Smart Pole with smart light feature,
and the following integrated solutions:
• Environmental Sensors
• Variable Me...
Thank You
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Industry Presentation: Nishith Dave, Circle CEO- Gujarat, Indus Towers

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Industry Presentation: Nishith Dave, Circle CEO- Gujarat, Indus Towers

  1. 1. SMART CITY SUMMIT SURAT Indus Towers Limited By Indus Towers 25-26 NOVEMBER 2016
  2. 2. Indus at a Glance Customers Field resources 30,000+ / 22 Telecom circles15 Partners 269 crores+ Gross block invested 34000 Employees 2300+ 13900 Crores+ Revenue 12 World’s Second Largest Telecom Tower Company with Indian roots
  3. 3. Smart City benefits to the society Social Responsibility Environment Economic Prosperity Every 10% increase in broadband penetration increases the GDP by 100 basis points Create an attractive economic and social environment for growth in which citizens, government and enterprises can closely live, work and interact Rapid urbanization builds pressures on utilities – electricity, gas, water, waste management and transportation – Smart city will reduce such negative impact of urbanization Lowers the energy consumptions Reduces transportation requirement & efficient traffic management
  4. 4. Smart city ecosystem Smart services require a common digital backbone and long term approach • Integrator • Network Service Provider • Pure-Play Product Vendor • Passive Infrastructure Provider Roles • Build Own Operate (BOO) • Build Operate Transfer (BOT) • Build Operate Manage (BOM) • Open Business Model (OBM) Business Models Safety & Security Water Healthcare Energy Waste Water Solid Waste Traffic Management Environment Multiple players and business model evolving Host of smart services required in Smart City projects
  5. 5. Typical Smart city Architecture
  6. 6. 6 Why separate Telecom Infra RFP is required? Strong Backbone to make India - “A Digital India” to enable all smart services Futuristic Town Planning for communication to reduce TCO. Uniform medium for future Technological Upgrades Seamless Connectivity- with minimum Call Drops Minimum disturbance to Utilities during Technological Up gradations Maintain Uniformity of Skyline with Camouflaging Solutions Access Of Smart Services on the Move
  7. 7. Challenges faced in Smart City - Telecom Infrastructure .  Too many tower requirement from multiple IP/Operators.  Sky line not in line with Smart City Design.  Radiation concern by citizen.  Scientific Design of Infra not done. - Call Drops. - Future Requirement. - Scalability. - Support Future Technology. 7
  8. 8. Critical Success Factors for creation of Telecom Infrastructure • Technology Agnostic • Internet is a service which can be accessed by multiple medium like 2G/3G/4G/Wi-Fi • Neutral Host Environment • Choice of service provider with end user • Sharable Infra-Structure i.e. towers/ shelters/ etc. • Scalable and future ready infrastructure • Use of street furniture, Land & buildings • BOM/BOO Model • Aesthetics in-line with Smart City Vision • It should be able to host other Smart City Elements like CCTV, Traffic Management, Smart Billboards, Wi-Fi services, SOS services, etc.
  9. 9. Modular Smart Pole with smart light feature, and the following integrated solutions: • Environmental Sensors • Variable Messaging Display • Outdoor Access Point • Mobile charging point • Smart Lighting • Surveillance Camera • Emergency Panic System • WIFI services • Further Addition in services can be planned on case to case basis. Integrated Smart Pole with Smart City components Benefits of Smart Solutions:  Regular Street furniture can be replaced with Smart Poles to enhance the aesthetic of City.  It will reduce the duplication of infrastructure  Uniform and smart Sky line AMER EMPIRE TINMEL OVAL Camouflaging Solutions
  10. 10. Thank You

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