: Design,Engineering,Procurement,Construction and Development of Amodha Talab with Operation and Maintenance of entire facility for period of Five years including Marketing, collection of Revenue during Operation and Maintenance period in Satna, Madhya Pradesh (Second call). Detailed Designing, Engineering, procurement and Construction and Development of Amodha Talab with Operation and Maintenance of entire facility for period of Five years including Marketing, collection of Revenue during Operation and Maintenance period and ensuring maximum footfall to make it an active recreational centre for Satna. 4 Estimated Cost : Rs. 4.24 Crore (including Operation and Maintenance cost & excluding taxes) 5 Period of Completion : Eight Months (08) Months including Rainy season and Trial run period of One ( 01) Month Operation and maintenance Period of Five (05) Years after successful commissioning of all facilities. 6 Defects Liability Period Five (05) years from successful commissioning of entire facility.
Global Positioning System (GPS) is a worldwide radio-navigation system formed from the constellation of 24 satellites and their ground stations. The system was initially designed for the operation of U. S. military. But today, there are also many civil users of GPS across the whole world. The civil users are allowed to use the Standard Positioning Service without any kind of charge or restrictions. Global Positioning System tracking is a method of working out exactly where something is. A GPS tracking system, for example, may be placed in a vehicle, on a cell phone, or on special GPS devices, which can either be a fixed or portable unit.GPS works by providing information on exact location. It can also track the movement of a vehicle or person. So, for example, a GPS tracking system can be used by a company to monitor the route and progress of a delivery truck, and by parents to check on the location of their child, or even to monitor high-valued assets in transit. A GPS tracking system uses the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) network. This network incorporates a range of satellites that use microwave signals that are transmitted to GPS devices to give information on location, vehicle speed, time and direction. So, a GPS tracking system can potentially give both real-time and historic navigation data on any kind of journey. An active GPS tracking system is also known as a real-time system as this method automatically sends the information on the GPS system to a central tracking portal or system in real-time as it happens. This kind of system is usually a better option for commercial purposes such as fleet tracking or monitoring of people, such as children or elderly, as it allows a caregiver to know exactly where loved ones are, whether they are on time and whether they are where they are supposed to be during a journey. This is also a useful way of monitoring the behavior of employees as they carry out their work and of streamlining internal processes and procedures for delivery fleets.
Smart city Mission was launched by Government of India on 25 June, 2015. Satna city was selected among 100 cities to be developed as smart city in India due to various achievements, initiatives and all-inclusive approach. Accordingly, Satna city had submitted “Smart City Proposal” (SCP) for Satna City to Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India with required consent of Government of Madhya Pradesh and statutory authority of Satna Municipal Corporation. The city of Satna has been selected to be developed into a smart city under the fast track mode of first phase of the Smart Cities Mission. The Smart City Proposal of Satna includes the smart city solutions which involve the use of technology, information and data to improve infrastructure and services within the city of Satna (The Smart Solutions Projects). Satna Smart City Development Limited (SSCDL) now intends to select an Agency for implementation and operations of City App and Information Dissemination for various Municipal Services in Satna as part of the smart solutions.Download Brochure
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Satna Smart City project is running its implementation stage and to scale the existing technologies and to provide innovative solutions there is a need for the start-ups, existing MSMEs, especially lock industry and budding entrepreneurs to participate in this activity. Thus, setting up an Incubation Center in the city will provide budding entrepreneurs a requisite ecosystem at their disposal where they will be able to replicate their business ideas as well as help unskilled local people to be skilled manpower by various skill development programs. Apart from this standardization and recognition of prior skill, the RFP is intended to examine the market feasibility of an incubator in the city and to recommend appropriate strategies for the design and operation of the facility.
With the rapid evolution of Digital transformation, the entities will uncover limitless possibilities to drive innovation, growth and jobs of the future by developing ideas, prototypes and innovative solution approach. So, needless to say that a collaborative approach amongst the Institutes, Technology leaders and the community can play a huge role in the long-term impact towards qualitative improvement of the society in the following way:
1. Innovative solutions and its implementation into the society
2. Jobs Creation
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The information contained in this Request for Proposals document (“RFP”) or subsequently provided to Applicants, whether verbally or in documentary or any other form by or on behalf of the Authority or any of its employees or advisers, is provided to Applicants on the terms and conditions set out in this RFP and such other terms and conditions subject to which such information is provided.
This RFP is not an agreement or an offer by the Authority to the prospective Applicants or any other person. The purpose of this RFP is to provide interested parties with information that may be useful to them in the formulation of their Proposals pursuant to this RFP. This RFP includes statements, which reflect various assumptions and assessments arrived at by the Authority in relation to the Consultancy. Such assumptions, assessments and statements do not purport to contain all the information that each Applicant may require. This RFP may not be appropriate for all persons, and it is not possible for the Authority, its employees or advisers to consider the objectives, technical expertise and particular needs of each party who reads or uses this RFP. The assumptions, assessments, statements and information contained in this RFP, may not be complete, accurate, adequate or correct. Each Applicant should, therefore, conduct its own investigations and analysis and should check the accuracy, adequacy, correctness, reliability and completeness of the assumptions, assessments and information contained in this RFP and obtain independent advice from appropriate sources.Download Brochure
Surveyors use GIS to manage the entire planning aspect of a surveying project. GIS provides the tools necessary to research, develop, implement, and monitor the progress of a project and manage site location, environmental impact mitiga tion, eco nomic analysis, and other critical facets.Download Brochure
Development Lake Nector in ABD Area.
The Area-Based proposal is the key element of the proposal. An area-based proposal will identify an area of the city that has been selected through desk research, analysis, and meetings with public representatives, prominent citizens, and citizen engagement, as the appropriate site for either of three types of development:
Retrofitting (approx. 500 acres)
Redevelopment (approx. 50 acres)
Greenfield Development (approx. 250 acres)
This area will be developed into area, which incorporates all the Essential Features/Elements prescribed in the Mission Guidelines and any additional features that are deemed to be necessary and appropriate.
Mapping of information and data is a key part of your Smart City Proposal. Create a suitable Base Map of your city with all the relevant systems and networks as they exist today, showing its physical, administrative and other characteristics, such as natural features, heritage areas, areas prone to flooding, slums, etc. The base map should show the regional context in which your city is located and should contain the spatial and physical layout/morphology of your city, the street network, the open and green spaces, the geographical features and landmarks and the infrastructure, including for transportation, Water supply, sewerage, electricity distribution and generation. Using the base map, represent, with the most effective method available, as much information and data about the ‘Area’ selected for area-based development. Only one ‘Area’ should be selected and attached in the form of a map containing the spatial and physical layout/morphology of the Area, the street network, the Open and green Spaces, the geographical features and landmarks and the infrastructure including for transportation water supply, sewerage, electricity distribution and generation, and so on. The Essential Elements and additional feature that are proposed to be part of the area based development should be include. Described using mainly graphic means (Map, Diagrams, Pictures Etc.) the proposal area based development including the project boundaries, connectivity, significance, relationships etc.
PAN-City Development envisages application of selected Smart Solutions to the existing city-wide infrastructure. Application of smart solutions will involve the use of technology, information and data to make infrastructure and services better. We understand that there exists a need for integrated strategy to support and sustain tourism, fostering local economy, connectivity, urban services planning and industrial emissions. The strategic focus of technology intervention is on total city management by providing equal opportunity and easy access to each citizen, having common & open data platform, delivering a smart city which is environmentally clean and sustainable as well as providing a safe city to citizens especially women and children. Satna intends to implement certain ICT solutions for rolling out smart city which would ease citizen life in efficient and effective manner. The city will leverage the available resources and focus on larger development amounting to large share of public investment for implementing smart solutions. This will be achieved by maximizing reuse of existing infrastructure (ICT/non ICT), where advisable, creating a backbone for smarter initiatives in the future and modernizing service delivery. The overall ICT ecosystem of Satna Smart City will have following components. As a part of the Smart City initiatives Satna envisages “Restructuring Satna into a smart, compact and vibrant regional hub, providing diverse economic opportunities for varied skill levels by leveraging its resource based economy and harnessing potential investments in industrial sector”. Satna has a strategic focus on development of indigenous product of the city such as handicraft as well as agro industries thereby enhancing local economic development. Goal of Satna smart city is for inclusive and sustainable city development. In its Smart City Proposal, Satna Smart City has identified major initiative toward providing the citizen with a congestion free, safe and secure environment. The Pan City initiative will enable authority to provide the citizen with all municipal services in an app thereby enabling pro-active citizen participation. Apart from this there are few initiatives which are mentioned in the ABD areas where major ICT intervention will be involved. Such components will also be part of the deliverables under the PAN city projects. Finally, all the IT driven projects will be integrated with ICCC.