Ayodhya selects Genesys’ 3D digital twin platform as its official map | India News

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NEW DELHI: India’s leading mapping company Genesys International‘s new India map platform has been chosen as the official map for Ayodhya city by the Ayodhya Development Authority. Genesys’ new India map platform integrates cutting-edge 2D navigation and a 3D-digital twin of the entire city, offering an unparalleled and immersive experience for users, a statement from the company said on Tuesday.
The Ayodhya map will not only provide optimal routes and locations but will also include special features catering to electric vehicles, aligning with Ayodhya’s commitment to environmental sustainability. Along with other applications, this map platform will go a long way in making Ayodhya a smart and sustainable city for pilgrims, citizens and civic authorities, it said.

The project will carry exceptional features, including an advanced 3D mapping system, along with navigation and a unique change detection feature. The feature empowers authorities to track and monitor changes swiftly, facilitating the rapid deployment of resources and infrastructure where needed, the company said. Expressing happiness on the selection of his company’s mapping platform for Ayodhya, Genesys chairman and managing director (CMD) Sajid Malik said, “Adoption of the Genesys new India map stack for one of the most historic developments in our country wherein the area is expected to witness large footfalls and also infrastructure development is a great testimonial to the power of the map platform Genesys has developed.” Genesys’s advanced 3D mapping features and its security applications for disaster management and emergency response are poised to play a vital role in transforming Ayodhya’s navigational landscape.
Ayodhya Development Authority is also gearing up to launch the Ayodhya Development Authority app on all platforms, inviting citizens to explore the city in its full glory through the Genesys mapping interface. Genesys International’s subsidiary in Saudi Arabia was recently awarded a contract for the 3D digital twin mapping of the holy city of Mecca by Saudi Arabia. The company had last November announced a strategic tie-up with Survey of India (SoI) for a three-dimensional (3D) digital twin-mapping programme in the country. It has also bagged the contract for digital mapping of Dharavi, Asia’s largest slum.

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