The recent flooding in Bengaluru has led to questions about how the city’s startup ecosystem can help in tackling the issues being faced by the country’s tech capital
As they did during Covid-19, startups can form a small group or task force to help map the entire city and simulate heavy rainfall situations: Pai
They can model the real-time traffic situations too, and give suggestions to help reduce traffic congestion by 25-30%: T.V. Mohandas Pai
Heavy rains and water logging in parts of India’s Silicon Valley — Bengaluru disrupted daily lives and operations of companies and startups earlier this week. The city received 370 mm of rainfall in August, this year, the highest since August 1998.
In fact, the city has received above-average rainfall this monsoon season. Bengaluru has received 769 mm of rain since June 1, 2022, significantly more than the average of 425 mm. As the latest flooding in the country’s tech capital affected ma