The widening gap between the government and the citizens needs to be addressed through technology. The key aspect to citizen engagement is to create multiple channels that convey ease of use. The options are endless for the digital inclusion program and hence could not be ignored at all costs.
U.S health care spending is expected to cross the $5.7 trillion mark by 2026. Furthermore, thanks to technology, treatment through 5G mobile technology, virtual reality, telehealth, and wearable medical devices make it possible for organizations to treat better and observe results in real-time.
The waste management industry operates at very nimble margins and is constantly subjected to intense pressure to reduce its expenditures. To add on top of it, the digital transformation required in the industry is capital intensive and faces modernization challenges.
Developing nations like India are on their way to realizing smart cities. With newer technology enablers like 5G and IoT (Internet of Things) on their way to realization, the dream for a ‘government as a platform” is not far from reality.