Smartpur is bustling with its expansion activities, which are taking place at a country-wide level. After the pilot in Nuh (Haryana) and Asoor (Tamil Nadu), Smartpur has now reached Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh, and Bharatpur and Alwar in Rajasthan. To ensure everyone is aligned with the mission and mission of Smartpur, a week-long orientation programme was organised for the team on October 29 in New Delhi. It was attended by the staff from Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh. Last month, Smartpur also got a chance to showcase its efforts at the India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2018.
At the second edition of India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2018 presented by Samsung and supported by Huawei, Smartpur represented Nokia as part of the latter’s CSR initiative. Held from October 25 – 27, 2018, a dummy model of the Smartpur hub centre was recreated at IMC to showcase all facilities that are distributed under the six development pillars of Smartpur – education, health, livelihood, governance, finance and entertainment.
The Smartpur showcase at IMC witnesses a good footprint, with relevant stakeholders coming up at the project’s bamboo-made set up.
IMC also saw participation from a global round of tech giants and presented a platform for start-ups in the country. The three-day congregation allowed room for dialogie on digital ecosystem, encompassing 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), smart cities, start-ups, privacy and open networks, among others.
Meanwhile, Smartpur, under its Health pillar, has collaborated with an online platform called DocOnline. Under this collaboration, telemedicine services, such as a consultation from a wide group of 300-plus doctors who will be available online and accessible to villagers at project locations, will be offered.