MapmyIndia and ISRO join hands to provide detailed 3D maps of India

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MapmyIndia, an India-based navigation service, on Friday announced that it will partner with the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) to enhance mapping quality, especially 3D maps. The company is aiming to enhance 3D mapping as they plan to enter the metaverse.

Rohan Verma, Executive Director and CEO, MapmyIndia, claims that the partnership with ISRO will fully deliver benefits such as geospatial mapping, satellite data, earth observation, analysis and consumer-centric location-based services. In addition, the partnership with ISRO will make the entire process an indigenous public-private partnership.

Verma explained how ISRO’s data will be used to provide more accurate and real-time details about a specific location. He provided an example of how some snow-covered routes change due to weather and how ISRO data would help determine the extent of snow cover. The company claims that this is RealView.

Verma claimed that, “By using MapMyIndia’s Maple Portal or Maple App, a common traveler can view the route and navigation from Leh to Manali as an example, and can also see in real time whether Where is the snow cover and where is all the snow cover, which is coming from ISRO’s earth observation data.”

Additionally, Verma explained how users would be able to use this feature to view vegetation maps or heat maps, air quality maps, and other information on precise locations that would be visited by people or through Indian collaboration on routes of interest to them. are searched from. Space Research Organization (ISRO).

“Ultimately, this is the real view that we are bringing to market that is from the sky or space using satellite imagery from ISRO, the drones and road-based vehicles that MapmyIndia is flying and fully three-dimensional high definition and 360-degree images. The degree data will create myriad applications and benefits for citizens,” Verma said.

With inputs from PTI

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