TOWARDS MORE SMART SPACES

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When Infopark first designated as a Special Economic Zone (SEZ), IT was driving the growth of the state to areas of intact destinations. By exploring different dimensions of all possible and impossible arenas, the IT sector came up with wide visions on setting the foundation of the upcoming glorious future.

The proposals regarding a smart IT space went effortlessly in 2004 amid the paddy fields at Edachira, Kakkanad, in Kochi with the blessings of Kerala government. A decade later, Infopark is set to become a full-fledged township. Titled Infopark Phase II, the 160-acre project will accommodate residential buildings, hotels, shopping malls, an international school, convention centers etc.

The need for more smart spaces is escalating rapidly in the current scenario. Foreseeing the scope and need of the future India, urban planning was already started by Jawaharlal Nehru after India’s independence. About 300 cities were planned by the end of the 20th century, taking account of its vast requirements in terms of infrastructure and development.

The prominent idea behind a wise initiative towards a smart space is to conglomerate a part of world power in India. The new urban ecosystems are closely linked to positive inclination in the economic growth of a country. Attracting investments in industrial facilities, creating wealth and building of a connected and sustainable ecosystem comprising residential and social infrastructure defines a smart space of undeniable intelligence. Simply to provide a ‘walk to work, walk to play, walk to home’ community with all world class amenities from multispecialty hospitals, international schools, multiplex theaters, shopping malls and a smart space to work and live with utmost comfort and convenience. The best part is that our state is nearing to that dream lifestyle in near future.

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