During this conference, MapMyIndia, a domestic mapping and navigation services provider announced it will be creating the Digital Twin of the Real World.
This Real View Digital Map Twin will capture, recognize and publish real-as-life 3D and 360-degree maps of both outdoors and indoors through GPS, laser and panoramic camera sensors, embedded on top of ground-based vehicles, back-packs, trains, flying drones, and trolleys that can move quickly indoors.
MapmyIndia's Real View platform can be updated continuously using the company's IoT (Internet of Things) platform, called InTouch.
It's claimed to be capable of processing enormous streams of real-time video and data from vehicle sensors and other crowd reports based on traffic and road conditions.
The company will also be using the eLoc Digital Address System to simplify the identification and communication of every address, place and object in the real world.
To further its efforts in this direction, MapmyIndia announced that it has acquired Bengaluru-based VIDTEQ, renowned for its video mapping solutions.
VIDTEQ is claimed to have video mapped more than 20 cities in India.
The company uses its VideoMap technology to address location and direction information for builders, schools, colleges, resorts and other businesses.