Centre Launches Nationwide City Digital Mission For Creating Digital Infra

Centre Launches National Urban Digital Mission For Creating Digital Infra For Cities

Centre Launches Nationwide City Digital Mission For Creating Digital Infra

New Delhi:

The Central authorities Tuesday launched ‘Nationwide City Digital Mission” to create a digital infrastructure for cities within the nation, an announcement said.

The Union Housing and City Affairs Ministry (MoHUA) mentioned the transfer will institutionalise a citizen-centric and ecosystem-driven strategy to city governance and repair supply in cities by 2022, and throughout all cities and cities by 2024.

Union Housing and City Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and Minister of Electronics and IT Ravi Shankar Prasad launched the ‘Nationwide City Digital Mission’ (NUDM) at a digital occasion.

Different initiatives — India City Information Change (IUDX), SmartCode, Sensible Cities 2.0 web site, and Geospatial Administration Info System (GMIS) — had been additionally launched on the occasion.

“The NUDM will create a shared digital infrastructure that may consolidate and cross-leverage the varied digital initiatives of the Ministry of Housing and City Affairs, enabling cities and cities throughout India to profit from holistic and various types of help, in step with their wants and native challenges,” the MoHUA mentioned in assertion.

It additionally said that different initiative ”India City Information Change (IUDX)” has been developed in partnership between the Sensible Cities Mission and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru.


“IUDX serves as a seamless interface for information suppliers and information customers, together with ULBs, to share, request, and entry datasets associated to cities, city governance, and concrete service supply,” it said.

IUDX is an open-source software program platform which facilitates safe, authenticated, and managed change of knowledge amongst numerous information platforms, third get together authenticated and authorised purposes, and different sources, it additionally said.

On ”SmartCode”, the MoHUA mentioned that it’s a platform that allows all ecosystem stakeholders to contribute to a repository of open-source code for numerous options and purposes for city governance.

“It’s designed to handle the challenges that ULBs face within the growth and deployment of digital purposes to handle city challenges, by enabling cities to make the most of present codes and customising them to swimsuit native wants, slightly than having to develop new options from scratch,” it added.

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