CM Naidu reviews plans for 'Happy Cities Summit'

ANI | Updated: Feb 12, 2018 22:45 IST

Amaravati (Andhra Pradesh) [India], Feb. 12 (ANI): Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu on Monday reviewed themes, designs and plans for the Happy Cities Summit.

The Happy Cities Summit will be held from April 10 to 12, at A-1 Convention Center.

The theme of the summit is 'Urban Transformation to Global Living'.

Chief Minister Naidu also reviewed the status of the construction of roads around the capital region and directed officials to complete all the work by monsoon.

Officials from Dassault Systems, whom the Chief Minister met during the World Economic Forum in Davos also presented their Virtual 3D city proposal.

Chief Minister Naidu was informed that the implementation of the Virtual 3D system would help in providing live data of all the happenings in the city to the Government database and can be used to show real-time visuals.

This system would be helpful for monitoring and surveillance purposes. The Virtual 3D system would also help in planning and preparation for any impending natural disasters and can provide the government with live data on people's opinions and pulse using real- time tracking.

"I want the designs and visualizations to be futuristic. Take the best modules available from all over the world and simulate it in real time." said Chief Minister Naidu.

"This is an exciting project and I want it to be built in a way that gives scopes for future development as well", he added.

The Chief Minister also asked officials from Dassault Systems to prepare a demo of Virtual 3D City so that it can be demonstrated at the Happy Cities Summit in April. (ANI)

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