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Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority Partners with Cisco for a Safer and Smarter City

Powered by Cisco’s Smart City digital solutions, the ICCC will offer a unified management experience for city infrastructure, simplifying control room operation and system integration, while increasing operational efficiency and lowering operating costs.

The Gurugram Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA) has inaugurated an Integrated Command and Control Center (ICCC) in Gurugram that leverages digital technologies to enhance citizen safety, optimize public infrastructure and better manage traffic. The ICCC is part of a series of digital initiatives implemented by the Haryana Government to transform the state into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.

Housed at the IRCTC Building, Sector 44, Gurugram, ICCC was inaugurated by Honorable Shri M L Khattar, Chief Minister of Haryana, in the presence of CEO, GMDA; government dignitaries and Sameer Garde, President, Cisco India, and SAARC, along with other members of the implementation team.

The state of the art command center will be a nodal point for traffic management and city surveillance, and soon bring in other utilities such as waste management, water, lighting, parking, urban mobility, and power distribution. Powered by Cisco’s Smart City digital solutions, the ICCC will offer a unified management experience for city infrastructure, simplifying control room operation and system integration, while increasing operational efficiency and lowering operating costs. The platform will also allow city administrators to collect and integrate data from multiple sensors and sources, enabling them to use data analytics to optimize city operations, improve governance, and accelerate decision making.

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