The innovative digital urban technologies implemented by Israel’s “high-tech capital” are set to traverse the city and go international.
The City of Tel Aviv-Yafo announced on Monday an agreement to assist in creating ‘smart cities’ around India.
In partnership with the Mumbai-based NGO Delivering Change Foundation (DCF), Israeli representatives were slated to mentor, train, consult and escort Indian city officials with technological urban transformation.
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The initiative was set to incorporate the Indian cities of Pune, Nagpur and Nashik in the northwestern state of Maharashtra, a municipal spokeswoman told The Jerusalem Post. Continue Reading »