In order to understand the potential of cities readiness to become "Smart" to meet the challenges
in coming years,  the first step is evaluation of existing state of digital transformation to monitor
and manage all infrastructures to meet the key criterion of economy development, sustainability,
technology implementations and urban planning benchmarks.

Core requirement is ICT infrastructure, on which all applications are deployed for digital transformation
of manual functions that are impossible to manage due to increasing volumes.  Digitization capability
determines the city readiness as that is what lays the  foundation on which city governance, services to
public, essential services, utilities & mobility management and other functions will be overlaid.

Developing Smart Cities- Our 5-Layer Strategy

1st Layer: Real estate development:
We work with city planning and refine the concept of city layout

2nd Layer: Basic Infrastructure:
After the Ist layer is achieved we bring together stakeholders to design the city.

3rd Layer: Smart Infrastructure:
We design & develop the  design, develop & operate Command & Control Center for all functions.

4th Layer: Services structure:
This is the application layer added to the smart infrastructure that interfaces directly with the public on
the smart phones, computers and other devices   

5th Layer: QOL- Quality of life,
Monitoring air & water quality, city heath & disease control. In addition new lifestyle, cultural and Art
platforms are created  to improve quality of life for citizens.
ICT infrastructures is platform used for enabling management solutions like e-
government, e-healthcare, e-Education, infrastructure monitoring and control through
M2M and IOT devices for city services and infrastructure  management, maintenance &
future growth. This infrastructure enables:

  • Optimal space use for sustainable high-rise homes, smart buildings & public
  • Energy efficient ITS system of transportation to include bikes, public transport &
    shared cars/taxis.
  • Efficient use of the limited resources in Energy, Water and Food production,
    including collection, processing and disposal of waste and solid wastes.
  • Introduction of Renewable sources of energy and efficient and sustainable
    transportation systems.
  • Attract Large & small corporations for sustainable city development including city
    & Industrial areas.
  • Retain open lands for food production and introduce vertical farming.
Planning the Smart City