Monday, September 26, 2016

Smart Parking in India

Introductionto Smart Parking

Traffic congestion caused by vehicle is an alarming problem at a global scale  it has been growing exponentially. Car parking problem is a major contributor and has been, still a major problem with increasing vehicle size in the luxurious segment and confined parking spaces in urban cities. Searching for a parking space is a routine (and often frustrating) activity for many people in cities around the world. This search burns about one million barrels of the world’s oil every day. As the global population continues to urbanize,without a well-planned, convenience-driven retreat from the car these problems will worsen.
Smart Parking systems typically obtains information about available parking spaces in a particular geographic area and process is real-time to place vehicles at available positions .It involves using low-cost sensors, real-time data collection, and mobile-phone-enabled automated payment systems that allow people to reserve parking in advance or very accurately predict where they will likely find a spot.
When deployed as a system, smart parking thus reduces car emissions in urban centers by reducing the need for people to needlessly circle city blocks searching for parking. It also permits cities to carefully manage their parking supply Smart parking helps one of the biggest problems on driving in urban areas; finding empty parking spaces and controlling illegal parking.

Need and benefits of smart parking

  • Smart Parking would enable the following
  • Accurately predict and sense spot/vehicle occupancy in real-time.
  • Guides residents and visitors to available parking.
  • Optimize Parking Space Usage
  • Simplifies the parking experience and adds value for parking stakeholders, such as drivers and merchants
  •  Help traffic in the city flow more freely leveraging IOT technology.
  • Enables intelligent decisions using data, including real–time status applications and historical analytics reports
  • Smart Parking plays a major role  in creating better urban environment by reducing the emission of CO2 and other pollutants
  • Smart Parking enables better and real time monitoring and managing of available parking space resulting in significant revenue generation
  • Provides tools to optimize workforce management 

Smart Parking Work Flow Structure




Below is the structure of the process of operating and managing the smart parking infrastructure.

Potential market Landscape
The rapid growth in the number of vehicles worldwide is intensifying the problem of the scarcity of parking space. Again according to industry data, 30% of traffic congestion occurs due to vehicle drivers struggling to find parking space. These in turn are magnifying the necessity of smart and efficient parking systems. Today’s intelligent parking management systems are capable of providing extreme level of convenience to the drivers, as well as simplifying and automating the business operation and administrative functions of the parking site owners.
The high growth rate in the registration of new cars worldwide, with major boom from regional economies such as Asia Pacific (APACE), will open the window of opportunities for parking management business. The ongoing and upcoming smart city projects worldwide will create room for the intelligent parking management systems. The global parking management industry is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.4% from 2014 to 2019.
The parking management market is estimated to be at $5,025.9 million in 2014. The market is expected to grow in tandem with the growth in vehicle ownership and parking facilities development. Need for smooth traffic flow, business benefits to the parking site operators, and decreasing hardware and connectivity costs are the key drivers for the parking management industry.

Challenges and major pain points
The major challenge in Parking Systems is of system integration due to wide variety of hardware and software platforms involved and hence possess a great threat or concern to the system scale ability. The technology platform comprises of a myriad of hardware sensors, dynamic messaging systems and traffic control devices, wireless and wire line telecommunications systems, computer clients and servers and hardware drivers and application interfaces.
Enabling all these devices from thousands of different vendors to communicate and tying them together into one platform is the greatest challenge in reducing the cost and complexity of smart parking. The variety of infrastructure hardware and software systems that need to intent grated is enormous and add Smart Parking in India to it the conventional older hardware making investment in Smart Parking solution highly risky and fragmented. 

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State Government engages aXYKno to survey Mahajanwadi coal block

http://axykno.com/natural.phpSource: The Hitavada    
Special Correspondent

Maharashtra Government has engaged aXYKno Capital Services, Nagpur for detailed survey and preparation of the feasibility report pertaining to Mahajanwadi Coal Field in Hingna tehsil. Mahagenco has urged Stamps and Registrar Department to stop land dealing transactions in Hingna area with immediate effect. This has created flutter among investors as this area is favourite destination after Wardha road for the investment in property market. The decision had affected property deals worth whopping Rs 2,000 crore in the market. The decision has evoked sharp `reaction from residents and many 
educational institutions located in this area. 
Chief Engineer, Mahagenco in a response to Vidarbha Taxpayers Association (VTA) informed that Mahagenco has selected aXYKno company for the detailed survey of the land. 
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Energy Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule have directed Mahagenco to undertake the survey of land so as to ascertain the feasibility of the coal block development and submit report to Government of Maharashtra. 
It may be mentioned that Chandrashekhar Bawankule had directed Mahagenco officials to first conduct a feasibility test of the coal block for the excavation of the coal in Mahajanwadi coal block in Hingna tehsil before putting a blanket ban on property transactions in this area. The Mahagenco will excavate coal and conduct techno-economic studies to determine whether coal will be affordable for the generation of power. 
Coal Ministry had allotted Mahajanwadi coal block to Mahagenco near Hingna tehsil. Mahagenco had instructed Deputy Inspector General of Registration to stop property transactions in Hingna Tehsil of Nagpur district.
Mahajanwadi Coal field is situated in Kamptee Coal Field and it covers the villages Wanadongri (part of town), Raipur, Hingna, Dhangarpura, Sukali, Takali, Kharka, Sumthana, Mondha and Panjari of Hingna Tehsil. All these areas witnessed huge property transactions in last several years. Around an estimated 340 million metric tonnes coal deposit was ound in this area.
Coal mine is spread over 25,000 hectares land in Hingna tehsil. The coal from this block will be provided to nearest thermal power stations. It is necessary to conduct an in-depth study that excavation from this coal block is feasible or not. As per new land acquisition act, the Mahagenco will have to pay four times compensation to the land holders. The ready reckoner rates are also high in this area.
Nagpur Improvement Trust (NIT) has also launched an improvement scheme in Sumthana, Kharka villages. The feasibility report will cover all the aspects of the coal bearing area. If the Mahagenco goes for underground mining then it has to find out load bearing capacity of the coal block area.
The company will involve mining and geological engineers for the survey. Recently, Mahagenco signed an agreement with Ministry of Coal for excavation of coal in this block on April 19, 2016. Mahagenco has deposited bank guarantee of Rs 120 crore to coal Ministry for this coal block. This is one of the biggest coal blocks of the Coal India.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

Mines Ministry awaits response on plan to scrap duty


Mines Minister is awaiting steel ministry response on a proposal to remove 30 percent export duty on high-grade iron ore, mines minister Piyush Goyal said on Thursday.
 The proposal would pave way for export of surplus high-grade iron ore (with over 58 percent iron content) in odisha and Jharkhand. The two states had approached the mines ministry for the removal to garner revenue by exporting excess iron ore.
According to Federation of tinder Mineral Industries 168 million tones of high-grade iron ore lie idle in the country. However some steel companies are of the view that ore is a natural resource and should not be exported.
The major advantage the Indian steel sector has is of domestic iron ore, so it should be conserved for the industry here, they say. To develop infrastructure, more steel is required and hence, more iron ore, Seshagiri Rao M V S, group chief
Financial Officer and joint Managing director of JSW Steel, had said. Meanwhile, mines ministry on Thursday launched a web portal for star rating of major mineral mines in the country.
The main Objective of this is to bring all mines to a minimum standard of star rating in the shortest possible time to adopt sustainable practices.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Smart Parking in India

Introduction to Smart Parking

Traffic congestion caused by vehicle is an alarming problem at a global scale and it has been growing exponentially. Car parking problem is a major contributor and has been, still a major problem with increasing vehicle size in the luxurious segment and confined parking spaces in urban cities. Searching for a parking space is a routine (and often frustrating) activity for many people in cities around the world. This search burns about one million barrels of the world’s oil every day. As the global population continues to urbanize,without a well-planned, convenience-driven retreat from the car these problems will worsen.
SmartParking systems typically obtains information about available parking spaces in a particular geographic area and process is real-time to place vehicles at available positions .It involves using low-cost sensors, real-time data collection, and mobile-phone-enabled automated payment systems that allow people to reserve parking in advance or very accurately predict where they will likely find a spot.
When deployed as a system, smart parking thus reduces car emissions in urban centers by reducing the need for people to needlessly circle city blocks searching forparking. It also permits cities to carefully manage their parking supply Smart parking helps one of the biggest problems on driving in urban areas; finding empty parking spaces and controlling illegal parking.

Need and benefits of smart parking

Smart Parking would enable the following
        Accurately predict and sense spot/vehicle occupancy in real-time.
        Guides residents and visitors to available parking.
        Optimize Parking Space Usage
        Simplifies the parking experience and adds value for parking stakeholders, such as drivers and merchants
        Help traffic in the city flow more freely leveraging IOT technology.
        Enables intelligent decisions using data, including real–time status applications and historical analytics reports
        Smart Parking plays a major role  in creating better urban environment by reducing the emission of CO2 and other pollutants
        Smart Parking enables better and real time monitoring and managing of available parking space
·         resulting in significant revenue generation
        Provides tools to optimize workforce management

Smart Parking Work Flow Structure



Below is the structure of the process of operating and managing the smart parking infrastructure.

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Scenario Smart Parking

 

 Potential market Landscape

The rapid growth in the number of vehicles worldwide is intensifying the problem of the scarcity of parking space. Again according to industry data, 30% of traffic congestion occurs due to vehicle drivers struggling to find parking space. These in turn are magnifying the necessity of smart and efficient parking systems. Today’s intelligent parking management systems are capable of providing extreme level of convenience to the drivers, as well as simplifying and automating the business operation and administrative functions of the parking site owners.
The high growth rate in the registration of new cars worldwide, with major boom from regional economies such as Asia Pacific (APACE), will open the window of opportunities for parking management business. The ongoing and upcoming smartcity projects worldwide will create room for the intelligent parking management systems. The global parking management industry is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 11.4% from 2014 to 2019.
The parking management market is estimated to be at $5,025.9 million in 2014. The market is expected to grow in tandem with the growth in vehicle ownership and parking facilities development. Need for smooth traffic flow, business benefits to the parking site operators, and decreasing hardware and connectivity costs are the key drivers for the parking management industry.

Challenges and major pain points
The major challenge in Parking Systems is of system integration due to wide variety of hardware and software platforms involved and hence possess a great threat or concern to the system scalability. The technology platform comprises of a myriad of hardware sensors, dynamic messaging systems and traffic control devices, wireless and wire line telecommunications systems, computer clients and servers and hardware drivers and application interfaces.
Enabling all these devices from thousands of different vendors to communicate and tying them together into one platform is the greatest challenge in reducing the cost and complexity of smart parking. The variety of infrastructure hardware and software systems that need to intent grated is enormous and add Smart Parking in India to it the conventional older hardware making investment in Smart Parking solution highly risky and fragmented. 

Another major challenge is to face the electronic payment vendors. These payment processors provide permit based electronicpayment, typically for a convenience fee. The key to many of these hosted solutions is scalability, the ability of the transaction processorto support over wide geographical, market and service areas, with minimal cost http://axykno.com/Infrastructure.php