Smart village planning framework using extenics theory

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Authors: Limaye, R., Kumar Choudhary, R., Upadhyay, A. and Yu, H.

Editors: Cang, S. and Wang, Y.

Pages: 105-109

Publisher: SKIMA

ISBN: 9781509032976

DOI: 10.1109/SKIMA.2016.7916205

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Authors: Limaye, R., Kumar Choudhary, R., Upadhyay, A. and Yu, H.

Pages: 105-109

ISBN: 9781509032976

DOI: 10.1109/SKIMA.2016.7916205

© 2016 IEEE. Worldwide 1.3 billion people remain without electricity and 2.7 billion are still cooking on inefficient stoves. In remote rural village communities, need to develop and improve lives. Smart villages (SV) capture many of the benefits of urban living while retaining aspects of rural life and ensuring development at the national level. This enables villagers to attain healthy and fulfilling lives, achieve development, earn a sustainable living and be connected to the wider world. This gives the stakeholders in villages a real choice between the route of migration to a city, or life in a smart village. Smart villages are an emerging global challenge. There is a gap in urban rural setup worldwide. Technology can be a level playing enabler if Smart Village Framework is made in holistic analytical manner. Besides Technology best practices, motivated teams can transform the villages. Extenics theory is a tool for evolving a framework for Smart villages, as it minutely identifies various elements as matter in different conditions, contexts and also assigns measurable attributes. In this paper the various attributes related to a Smart Village are being analyzed using Extenics and a Smart Village Planning Framework is suggested for Indian Context.

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