The government’s Unified Logistics Interface Platform would be integrated with digital mapping provider MapmyIndia, which is publicly traded (ULIP).
According to Rohan Verma, chief executive of MapmyIndia, the company’s logistics solutions would facilitate faster and more affordable transportation of people and commodities throughout the nation. The logistics ecosystem would be able to readily trace their items’ movements on thorough maps of the entire country, according to Verma.
According to a statement from the firm, users of the Mappls app can benefit from multi-modal route optimization and navigation capabilities as well as Application Programming Interfaces for long-distance and last-mile travel. Some of its features include route and journey scoring, risk assessment tools based on safety hazards, prices, and suitability for the vehicle type that produce the best route planning and notifications for drivers.
GPS and NavIC Internet of Things (IoT) for tracking goods movement, fleet and field workforce management, asset management, and mGIS geospatial software are also included for planning and analysing urban and rural logistics infrastructure and connectivity in 2D and 3D. Drone-based mapping and maintenance inspection of infrastructure and progress monitoring of construction are also included.
Other aspects of the app include platforms for shared and electric mobility, connected vehicles with navigation, ADAS, and autonomous safety, and vehicle Original Equipment Manufacturers.