As an immediate response to COVID-19, several smart cities leveraged smart solutions and facilities that were implemented as part of the 100 smart cities programme. Deloitte, in its recent report, “India Smart Cities’ COVID-19 Response”, highlights that the tactical use of Integrated Command and Control Centres (ICCCs), coupled with data analysis seen to have enabled effective governance and administration to control COVID-19 and put in place a disaster response and recovery strategy.
Virtusa Corporation, with several delivery centres in India, wanted to establish a strong physical presence in Pune with a workplace that mirrors the brand's global brand standards and yet bringsa certain uniqueness to the new centre. Spread over an entire floor, the IT giant's new office (designed in collaboration with Zyeta www.zyeta.com) offers an innovative and forward-thinking work environment that has become a vital aspect of their employees’ lives. To align with the thought process of the organisation, Team Zyeta conceptualized a design outline that prioritises the employees' comfort with dedicated spaces to collaborate, innovate and rejuvenate.
thyssenkrupp Elevator (India) has been chosen by IICC and the developer Larsen & Toubro to equip this Exhibition-Cum-Convention Centre with its high-end, efficient and elegant 53 elevators, 39 escalators and four moving walks.
Welspun One Logistics Parks (WOLP) has launched its maiden 110 acre Grade-A warehousing park with a leasable area of 3.2 million sq ft and an estimated investment of Rs 9 billion (US$ 120 million) in Bhiwandi – a key warehousing market in Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR), India’s largest consumption centre.
This company, established in 1910 and headquartered in Finland is one of the oldest companies in the automated mobility space with offices in over 60 countries. The company set up its new India Technology and Engineering Centre (ITEC) at Pune to serve its various units across the world. This is one of the seven such global centres of this multinational.