Smart City Providing a city where information technology is the principal infrastructure and the basis for providing essential services to residents with the involvement of many technological platforms, including but not limited to automated sensor networks and data centers. City Network Wireless services that are more economical to the community to provide service as a utility rather than to have individual households and businesses pay private firms for such a service. City Wi-Fi Building networks that are capable of enhancing city management and public safety, especially when used directly by municipal employees in the field. Smart Parking On-street and Off-street vehicle parking systems that uses sensors in each parking space to detect the presence or absence of a vehicle, that helps drivers find a vacant spot along with comprehensive information on space usage. Digital Signage Interactive digital signages which help to engage users through activities like participating in a poll, play a game, or share social network content etc. It may also assist advertisers to gain insight in customer behavior. Environmental Sensors Designed to establish the current status of an environment or to establish trends in environmental parameters. Adaptive Traffic Management A traffic management strategy in which traffic signal timing changes, or adapts, based on actual traffic demand. City Bus Intelligent Transport System Facilitates better public transport services by considering the bus earnings, public safety and security. Smart Lighting Includes high efficiency fixtures and automated controls that make adjustments based on conditions such as occupancy or daylight availability. ICT Enabled Garbage Disposal System Manage profiles by waste category, such as hazardous waste management; record permitted waste generation quantity & track on-going waste generated; manage waste containers; and generate manifests and track to vendor transport/disposal Public Bicycle Sharing System Provide free or affordable access to bicycles for short-distance trips as a way to solve the "last mile" problem and connect users to public transit networks.