Asia has emerged as one of the fastest growing regions in the world. However, the ability of Asia to continue growing at current rates will depend primarily on how much infrastructure can be delivered in the years to come. Infrastructural utilities like power generation, clean water and seamless transport systems will set the stage for effectiveness of Asia on the world map.
Investments in infrastructure in Asia projected for the coming years amount to trillions of dollars. This represents a significant opportunity to design, develop and deliver infrastructure projects on the basis of sustainability and inclusive green growth. Not only will the new infrastructure have to be 'sustainable' and 'green’, it should also be 'smart' to be able to meet the future needs of people. This could mean building roads that are designed to accommodate autonomous vehicles such as driverless cars on one hand and keeping enough space for eco-friendly vehicles like cycles or electric vehicles on the other hand. We also need to plan for ports that will be on-shore and built in the seas connected to the mainland through railways or roads. Our cities will have to be designed in a manner that these offer smart governance, smart energy and smart waste management solutions. The role of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) here would be critical as it is the key link for communication between utilities and the users.
As Asian countries take next steps towards futuristic infrastructure development that is sustainable, green and smart, there will be immense opportunities on offer for players both from public and private sector to contribute to this endeavour by way of providing financial resources, technology and services, efficient structuring mechanisms and implementation solutions.
The Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India, in partnership with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), is organising an exhibition that will run in parallel to the third Annual Meeting of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. The 2018 Annual Meeting will take place in Mumbai from June 25-26, 2018 at the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Mumbai.
The objective of the exhibition is to offer companies from the public and private sector to showcase their latest solutions, technologies and offerings in the realm of infrastructure project development and delivery. Participating Companies will highlight their capabilities and key projects delivered over time. Further, the exhibition will also offer member countries to showcase investment opportunities in their respective regions / countries to financial investors from across the world. Financial institutions will also be able to use this platform to showcase innovative financing solutions for complex infrastructure projects.
The exhibition will showcase the complete range of services, technology, equipment and supplies for infrastructure development including:
Machinery & engineering equipment for building and construction of
Technologies & equipment for
Technologies & solutions for
Infrastructure consultancy services
Technologies and solutions for water & sewerage management
Technologies and solutions for management of urban amenities
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