As a resident of a housing society in India, have you ever wondered why your water bill is always so high, even when you try to conserve water as much as possible? Well, the answer might lie in the fact that your society does not have a water meter installed. Read on to know more!
As homeowners are increasingly prioritizing sustainable living in 2023 , real estate developers are embracing proptech and IoT to offer smart technologies and green spaces that appeal to homebuyers. In 2023, the top 5 amenities that homebuyers are seeking in their housing society include sustainable features, such as energy-efficient appliances and green spaces for recreation and relaxation. With focus on sustainable and eco-friendly living, housing societies are embracing technology to enhance the living experience for residents.
Most Indian cities struggle with key quality of life parameters and are plagued by challenges such as poverty, lack of affordable housing, traffic congestion, overcrowding, environmental degradation and air pollution. Find out how infusing technology with housing can be a one stop solution for all residential challenges.
Similar to how our phones and watches have become smart, outdoor furniture has also been developed to keep up with the digital era. A smart bench is a tech integrated outdoor furniture that can be designed to provide multiple services such as 24/7 charging for electronic devices, internet connectivity, LED lighting, digital advertising and many more.
Water management has become extremely crucial in India solely due to its scarcity and high cost. Depending on the society’s size, water tankers cost anywhere between a few rupees to 40 lakhs a year. Increasing cost of water tankers and maintenance charges are encouraging residential complexes to adopt smart infrastructure management solutions like the Planet Smart City’s SIM app, that saves on the costs associated with manpower, electricity and water consumption and undetected leakages in the system.