US Deputy Secretary of Commerce Bruce Andrews will lead a delegation of 18 top American companies on a Smart Cities Infrastructure Business Development Mission across three cities in February.
India will seek further cooperation with the US in developing Smart Cities with the two nations agreeing to form a join working group for developing Allahabad, Ajmer and Vishakhapatnam as Smart Cities, government sources said.
The trade mission that will visit Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai will help US companies launch or increase their businesses in India, focusing on technologies, systems and services. They include safety and security, intelligent transportation, water, wastewater, and power management, sources informed.
Andrews in a statement issued in Washington said: “US industry stands ready and able to help India make its cities more sustainable – an effort that will greatly benefit India’s economic growth and our world’s ability to address a changing climate.”
The companies that will join Andrews on this trade mission are Alcoa Inc. – New York, Aquatech International – Canonsburg, Black & Veatch Pvt. Ltd. – Overland Park, Convalt, Danaher Holding (DHR), Ecolab/NALCO, EI Technologies, LLC, MasterCard, Milbank Manufacturing, Opower, Inc, Owenscorning India Private Limited, Qualcomm, S2 Global-OSI Solutions, Silver Spring Networks, Smart Cities Council, Turner Project Management India Pvt. Ltd and Xylem Inc.
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