Greater Noida

The new system allows managers to see the status of the situation – whether done or not – on the board. Walking improves lighting.

NOIDA PARENTS: The Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority (GNIDA) has decided to create a central street lighting scheme in the city under the new system, marked by Rore 74 crore, street lights will be replaced and replaced without delay.

The new system allows managers to see the status of the situation – whether done or not – on the board. Walking improves lighting. Currently, fire and street lighting incidents are effective only after public complaints. Dark areas in Greater Noida have become homeowners ’dreams and plagued by criminals over the past few years. The entire city was covered by 63 street lights.

Narendra Bhooshan, managing director of GNIDA, said the electrical network can be seen on the map. “Citizens will see the amount of electricity installed along with the date and time. This will help us improve our services in the cities. We will have data capability. From all areas and residential areas and we will be able to fix.

Earlier in the week, executives solicited tenders and received feedback from interested companies. Authorities said that by the end of the year, all lights will be turned off and included under the product. The company won a contract to maintain the lights for the next seven years.

The community supported the move. “I saw the owner of GIS publishers, which are now open to the public. There is a wealth of information about places and services. In the future, all services in the city should be connected to science.

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