Maps to be integrated into the government logistics platform

Publicly listed digital card company MapmyIndia said on Tuesday that his Maps app would be integrated into that of the government Unified logistics interface Platform (ULIP).

MapmyIndia’s logistics solutions will make the movement of goods and people across the country faster and cheaper, said Rohan VermaCEO of MapmyIndia.

He will “…help the logistics ecosystem easily track the movement of their goods on detailed pan-India maps and get information on the expected time of arrival,” Verma said.

On the Mappls app, one can take help from route optimization tools and multimodal navigation, and application programming interfaces for long-haul and last-mile travel, the company said in a statement.

Route and trip scoring and risk assessment tools based on safety risks, costs and suitability for vehicle type that generate optimal route plans and alerts for drivers, are a few -some of its features.

Other features include mGIS geospatial software for urban and rural logistics infrastructure planning and analysis and connectivity in 2D and 3D, drone mapping and infrastructure maintenance inspection and construction progress tracking. construction, GPS and NavIC Internet of Things (IoT) for tracking the movement of goods, fleet and field labor and asset management.

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