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Indeed Smart City: Dentsu announces smart city initiative

Submitted by scc india staff on July 9, 2021

Largest Japanese advertising agency, Dentsu's corporate social responsibility (CSR) advisory arm announces Indeed Smart City initiative aiming for economic modernization in India.

The purpose of this initiative is in line with India’s aspirations for economic modernization, which are associated with the country’s Smart City Mission.

The smart city will present solutions over domains such as smart infrastructure under the Area Based Development (ABD) initiative.

The Indeed smart city initiative will also focus on information and communications technology (ICT) from integrated command and control centers (ICCC) to safety and surveillance, city collaboration platforms (CCP), city wi-fi solutions, smart poles, video analytic, and more.

A smart city specialist, Ajay Singh has been designated as vice president to create the Indeed smart city initiative. He has more than 17 years of experience working with the government, public sector, manufacturing, and utilities. He has strong expertise in large-scale digital transformation projects as an enterprise and solution architect in power- generation, transmission, and distribution utility.

Before this, he has served several companies such as Reliance energy, Hindustan Computers Ltd (HCL) technologies, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) Infotech, Fluentgrid, Deloitte, PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC), and IQVIA.

Ajay Singh said that I am honored to have the opportunity to lead Dentsu's Indeed smart city in India- a network with industry-leading Out-of-home (OOH) technology, a creative thinking team, and unique innovation architecture with its firm commitment to the community.

He further added that emerging from the he is confident that Indeed smart city will grow to become the trusted smart solutions technology partner across the globe and will give a more sustainable and resilient future to the cities.