Posts Tagged: Times of India

Times of India displays- MapmyIndia to enter two Wheeler Navigation

TOI displayed the news quite prominently that the technology major MapmyIndia is gearing up to drive into the two-wheeler navigation segment in the consumer market.

Times of India

Times of India

It also carried “the launch of the MapmyIndia- Map Engine powering comprehensive map data in the form of tiles and geospatial functions. It uses universal software and ERP systems and platform, making for quicker deployment and faster turn-around time.”

MapmyIndia MD, Mr. Rakesh Verma also shared that he believes that MamyIndia’s maps are comprehensive and accurate. Also, that so far they have been targeting corporate and government clients but this will change with this launch meant for the consumer market.

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IT majors to benefit from regulatory push for telematics by Times of India

An Article on Times of India exhibits the role of MapmyIndia in telematics. With 5,000 enterprise customers, Mapmyindia offers telematics answers for a scope of customers from Ola, Safexpress, schools and city partnerships. From just following, “We have two products — one which is deep installed in the vehicle and a plug and play device. From merely tracking, our device can give information like temperature, whether the doors were opened, driving habits etc,” said Rohan Verma, CTO and Executive Director, Mapmyindia. For taxi aggregators, fleet owners it solves a major pain point by letting them track their drivers’ behaviour, including driving patterns, head-on collisions, and possible sexual assault on passengers.

MapmyIndia IOT Devices

MapmyIndia IOT Devices

Ranjani Ayyar writes, IT majors and telecom organizations in India are best ready to benefit from the most recent administrative push towards telematics. At first, telematics was intended to find vehicle and track courses but today, a telematics solution which can be any device transmitting real-time data to track vehicle location, provide geo-fencing, car driving pattern, alert emergency services in case of accidents, call for towing and give engine/battery health indicators, etc. Cognizant and Infosys are currently working with global insurers around driving behaviours, driver safety, fleet management, and usage-based insurance.

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