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Author: Sujit Patheja, Head – Business Development, Smart Infrastructure


Sujit Patheja heads Business Development for the Smart Infrastructure practice and is responsible for defining strategy, building brand and driving sales targets in the Smart City/Infrastructure space for ITL. In his stint at ITL, Sujit has led many strategic initiatives and delivered success across Industries and geographies. Before joining ITL, Sujit spent 6 years at Infosys spearheading sales across Manufacturing, Energy and Utilities and Government verticals. Sujit is a post graduate with a MBA degree in International Business.

Parking, Pollution and Road Safety in Smart Cities, 27 Aug 2018 in SMART INFRASRUCTURE

Transportation as a factor, is a major contributory aspect for smart cities, with respect to quality of life, commerce and environmental impact. Within the ambit of this wide topic, parking,… Read More


Smart Waste Management and Smart Cities, 27 Aug 2018 in SMART INFRASRUCTURE

With the burgeoning city population, the problem of waste accumulation in India, needs to become a serious shared concern, as the ever-growing amount of waste continues to gradually choke the… Read More


Why Smart Cities Need Smart Mobility, 27 Aug 2018 in SMART INFRASRUCTURE

Migration to urban centers of economic activity is a global phenomenon, with 53% of the world’s population already living in urban areas, by the year 2050, the number is already… Read More


Road-Safety and Smart City, 27 Aug 2018 in SMART INFRASRUCTURE

The issue of road safety in India has been an often-neglected concern, when it comes to the rapid development of urban areas and the implementation of traffic policies, as well… Read More


Climate-Smart Smart Cities, 27 Aug 2018 in SMART INFRASRUCTURE

According to the estimations by UN-Habitat, about 64% of the world’s population shall be residing in cities by the year 2050. Cities as we all know, consume an enormous amount… Read More


From Smart Buildings to Smart Cities, 24 Jul 2018 in SMART INFRASRUCTURE

By the year 2050, it is projected that nearly 70% of the global population shall be residing in cities. In the face of such ever increasing economic and environmental challenges… Read More


IoT and the Smart City Revolution – An Introduction, 24 Jul 2018 in SMART INFRASRUCTURE

With almost half of the world’s population having gravitated towards urban spaces,a monumental strain has been placedon cities as well as the available resources necessary to cater to its inhabitants.… Read More


Smart Sustainable Cities – The Need for 21st Century, 24 Jul 2018 in SMART INFRASRUCTURE

By the year 2050, it is projected that nearly 70% of the global population shall be residing in cities. In the face of such ever increasing economic and environmental challenges… Read More