As the IT capital of India, Bengaluru is ideally placed to become a model of digitalization for the rest of the country.

4 / 10

Digitalization Readiness

Bengaluru is using its concentration of technology talent to innovate solutions to its challenges, including traffic congestion, water availability, and air quality.

5 / 10

Digitalization Potential

Digitalization can help Bengaluru to manage its rapid growth, helping the city to balance economic needs, sustainability, and the health of residents.

Sustainability
Sustainability
Mobility
Mobility
Opportunity
Opportunity
KEY FACTS
Urban area 1,166 km2
Population density 9,648 people per km2
Population growth 57% since 2010

Source: Demographia

2019/2010
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How ready is Bengaluru for digitalization?

Bengaluru is one of the world’s fastest growing cities, with a 47% surge in population density over the last ten years. Home to a third of India's science and technology talent, it has the highest employability rate in the country, with a large proportion of tech-savvy early adopters. This gives Bengaluru a strong appetite to build a city that symbolizes the world-leading services it delivers across the globe.

Scores out of 10
Readiness
Potential
Bengaluru
4
5
Singapore
8
2
Johannesburg
2
5
Taipei
6
2
Los Angeles
7
5
Dubai
6
3
Buenos Aires
3
4
Berlin
6
2
London
8
3

Score breakdown

Take a closer look at Bengaluru’s scores across the three themes of Expo 2020 Dubai; Sustainability, Mobility and Opportunity.

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