Genesys International Launches Pan India 3D Digital Maps Program
New Delhi: AGI Member Genesys International launched its pan India 3D Maps Program to make the Digital Twin of entire Urban India. The launch program was inaugurated by Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, Government of India, and was graced by the presence of several leaders and members of the Indian Geospatial industry.
The program will encompass accurate 3D data for the top 100 cities of the country, and open up avenues for a host of applications in high-definition mapping for telecom, transportation, logistics & supply chain management, eCommerce, gaming, utilities planning, emergency response, renewable energy property tax assessment, and so on. Moreover, with an expansive coverage of all smart city components, the digital twin of cities will put India on the map with advanced cities that are currently using advanced Geospatial technologies, such as Digital Twins.
Shri Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, shared at the event, “The art of mapping has always had immense impact on the technology, as map data is a fundamental part of all aspects to the founding of civil society. The Government, taking cognizance of this, launched the new Geospatial guidelines opening up availability of data… The unique initiative of the Genesys Digital Twin is now establishing a revolutionary map ecosystem in India depicting reality.”
AGI GC Member and Genesys International Chairman & Managing Director Sajid Mailk mentioned, “The digital twin platform of urban India will herald a transformation in map usage in this country as we would have mapped – literally – every inch of the city. These highly accurate 3D data – a step towards the Metaverse – will mean an essential part of the digital India economy system. Now data of this kind would be available for license to a host of users.”
As the voice of the Geospatial industry in India, Association of Geospatial Industries (AGI) plays a proactive role in extending outreach and sharing knowledge on the latest updates and advancements in the Indian Geospatial fraternity, besides enabling networking and business development for the industry. The launch of India’s Digital Twin program by Genesys International is a cornerstone in overall national development, with the