Honeywell is working with the Aurangabad Industrial Township (AURIC) and Faridabad Smart City to improve citizens’ living standards through an array of city services, including emergency response, traffic management, road congestion, crowd monitoring, pedestrian safety and crime prevention.
The Aurangabad Industrial City and Faridabad Smart City project were inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Akshay Bellare, President, Honeywell India said, “Our Internet of Things-enabled technologies use real-time data to make the cities of AURIC and Faridabad safer and more sustainable. We look forward to continuing to partner with federal, state and local authorities to develop Smart Cities in India and globally.”
In AURIC, Honeywell established an optical fiber cable network that covers 8.45 square km to support the installation of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras, WiFi access points and a centralized state-of-the-art command and control system that will integrate various functions of city management including power, water, security, telecommunications and other utilities.
The project will also include a traffic management system, environmental sensors, solar panels, multi-service digital kiosks and solid waste management system.
For Faridabad Smart City, Honeywell supplied, installed, tested and commissioned a command and control system, and is supplying CCTV surveillance system, automatic number plate recognition cameras, facial recognition system, red-light violation detection system, adaptive traffic control system, IoT sensors for smart parking and smart roads and cybersecurity.