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1.Sweden-India Transport Innovation & Safety (SITIS) platform established

SITS aims to harness technology to bring down the more than 150,000 road fatalities in India each year


2.Is India ready for digital construction?

3D printing construction can be among the main construction technologies


3.Automatic sustainable construction technology

The 3D printing construction can be used to build complicated structures


4.Save cost and time in construction!

3D printing construction technology is economical, portable, and more


5.Odisha to get projects worth Rs 160 billion. Check out the project list!

The foundation stone for projects worth Rs 160 billion will be reportedly laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his scheduled Odisha visit on December 24.


6.IIT Roorkee leads an Indo-UK consortium for Zero Peak Energy Building Design in India

The Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, is leading an Indo-UK consortium working on addressing the problem of peak demand reduction by aiming to eliminate peak demand of power in buildings.


7.RILEM Conference on construction materials for the first time in India

The Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT Madras) hosted a major International Conference on Construction Materials and Systems as part of RILEM Annual Week. This event came to India for the first time in its 71-year history and was held from September 3-8, 2017.


8.Six more IIT campuses approved at Rs 7,000 crore

The Union Cabinet has sanctioned a fund grant of Rs 7,002.42-crore to set up six more permanent Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) campuses across the country, according to reports. They will be established at Tirupati, Dharwad, Goa, Bhilai, Palakkad, and Jammu.


9.Mumbai's Marine Drive to be re-built at Rs 150 cr

Deviating from its original plan to resurface the 4.3 km-long arterial boulevard Nariman Point-Girgaum Chowpatty at Rs 36 crore, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) is going to reconstruct it at a cost of Rs 150 crore. The Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay (IIT-B) made a presentation on this proposal before the BMC last Friday. While presenting the 2012-13 financial outlay for the city, then civic commissioner Subodh Kumar had proposed resurfacing the road.


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