MapmyIndia Collaborates with ISRO to Boost 3D Mapping, Telecom News, ET Telecom

New Delhi: Local navigation company MapmyIndia announced on Friday that it has collaborated with Indian space agency ISRO, which will improve the quality of its 3D maps. The company is developing new cards as part of its foray into the metaverse.

Executive Director and CEO of MapmyIndia, Rohan Verma, said the collaboration with ISRO paves the way for an end-to-end, atmanirbhar (autonomous) indigenous public-private partnership that brings the benefits of geospatial mapping, satellite data and Earth observation. , analytics and consumer-centric location-based services.

“Using Mappls portal or MapmyIndia’s Mappls app, a common commuter can see the route and navigation from Leh to Manali as an example, and also see in real time if there is snow cover. and where all the snow cover is, which comes up from ISRO Earth Observation data,” Verma said.

He said users will be able to see vegetation or heat maps, air quality maps and other information about the exact locations people are looking for or the routes they are interested in, thanks to collaboration with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

“Finally, this RealView that we bring to market, which comes from the sky or space using satellite imagery from ISRO, drones and road vehicles that MapmyIndia pilots and drives to create fully three-dimensional high definition and 360 degrees will create countless applications and benefits for citizens,” said Verma.

The company manufactures mapping solutions for the automotive and mobility, consumer and enterprise segments. It serves the Indian market under the MapmyIndia brand and the overseas market under the Maapls brand.

Lance B. Holton