Jan 24
A Tale of Two Cities
A Tale of Two Cities
L&T smoothens life for the residents of Moradabad and Ahmedabad
One more Indian urban hub has been transformed into a smart city! This time its Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh which has entered the smart city landscape with Chief Minister Mr Yogi Adityanath inaugurating the Integrated Command & Control Centre (ICCC) on 2 December.
The ICCC is a crucial aspect of the smart city project and - as in several other cities in India - L&T Smart World & Communication vertical (SWC) has implemented the same in Moradabad as well.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, the Chief Minister appreciated the dedication, enthusiasm, and hard work of SWC’s project team in making the project a reality. Mr Adityanath was so elated that he himself eagerly explained to the large gathering of Moradabad citizens the benefits of the various smart solutions brought in by the ICCC.
The people of Moradabad can now look forward to a higher degree of safety and convenience as they go about their daily life.
Aiding Ahmedabad Metro
Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi inaugurated Phase-I of the Ahmedabad Metro on September 30. It took much effort and several supporting mechanisms to get the metro up and running. One such crucial element is a robust telecommunication system.
L&T’s Smart World & Communication (SWC) arm set up the entire telecommunication system package for the Phase-1 of Ahmedabad Metro. The scope encompassed several sub-systems – such as TETRA radio, CCTV, public address system, passenger information display system, access control and intrusion detection system, integrated security communication, centralised digital recording, master clock, telecom-SCADA, telephone and office automation-information technology.
L&T completed the task within a stiff stipulated deadline, enabling clearance for the commencement of metro rail services. At the inaugural ceremony, the Prime Minister was joined by Union Railways Minister Mr Ashwini Vaishnaw, Housing & Urban Affairs Minister Mr Hardeep Singh Puri, Gujarat Chief Minister Mr Bhupendra Bhai Patel and Gujarat Metro Rail Corporation Ltd MD Mr SS Rathore.


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