NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab publishes Volume 3 Issue 3 and 4 of its newsletter

NIUA-CIDCO Smart City Lab publishes CIDCO@Smart Volume 3 Issues 3 and 4, detailing the team’s activities from July 2017 and December 2017. The newsletter gives an insight into the work done by the Smart City Lab team in the areas of Research, Capacity Building, Innovation and Project support for CIDCO.

This issue covers Financial Independence as the Objective Area and Nature Park and Smart Parking as Projects in Focus from the CIDCO Smart City Action Plan. The Data sheets in this issue include a summary of the Smart City Plans from Guwahati and Ludhiana along with the project summaries for 90 Smart Cities (Light House, Fast Track, Round II and Round III). Knowledge Lab, presents the feedback received for the trainings facilitated through Ujjwal and introduces the new Sharing Module on Ujjwal. Smart City Corner covers Bloom’s Taxonomy –  a tool used for strategizing capacity building, structured capacity building for organisational learning and Smart City Framework for Vienna. The issue also presents a brief summary of a draft alternative TOD policy for Delhi prepared by the Smart City Lab under Initiatives@Smart City Lab. Finally, Participatory Budgeting is discussed under the Inclusive Planning section with examples from Pune and Kerala.

It is available for download here.