Shriram Signiaa is positioned in Bangalore’s next IT hub, Electronic City. Electronic City is located around 18 kilometres from Bangalore Central and is connected via the Hosur Road. The town was established by Karnataka Electronics (Keonics), a pioneer in information technology infrastructure development. It is one of the largest Electronic Industrial Parks in India. Electronics City is home to some of the India's largest IT/ITES conglomerates like Wipro, Tech Mahindra, Hewlett-Packard, Infosys, HCL Technologies, Patni Computer Systems, CGI, Siemens, Genpact, Intel and Tata Consultancy Services. A major business hub with well-developed infrastructure, Electronics City has developed into a popular commercial and residential area. The area is well-connected to other major localities in Bangalore via road, rail and air and is served by Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation buses (BMTC) and Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) buses. It is about 22 kilometers from the Kempegowda Bus Station (Majestic Station). The Bangalore City Railway Station is 22 kilometers from Electronics City while the Bangalore International Airport is 21.5 kilometers away via the Electronic City Flyover and Hosur Road. The Metro rail line from the RV Road to Bommasandra is under construction which will further boost the connectivity in the region. This metro line will have 16 stations with two stations for Electronic City. Electronics City houses many renowned schools and colleges, popular shopping malls and high-end medical institutions. Some of the schools include Silicon Valley high school, Candor International School, Vibgyor High School, Symbiosis institute of Business Management, ISBR Business School, International Institute of Information Technology Bangalore, IZee Business School, Nitte Institute Of Technology and Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology. The Neo Mall, Total Mall, Spencers Hyper Mart, Gem Arcade and D-mart are some of the famous malls located around Electronics City.