New Delhi, March 02: In a bid to help the government in its vaccination drive, Map designing company, Mapmyindia launched the targeted maps and nearby search features to help the Indians to find coronavirus vaccination centers across India.
The company stated that people will able to search nearby vaccine centers across any city, town, or village in India using MapmyIndia Maps. The company has launched the news feature for its mobile application as well as its official website.
Moreover, the government has also integrated these features into cowin.gov vaccination registration portal. This feature would help in guiding the people and connect them to the nearest vaccination centres. This innovation has come at the right timing when the government has begun the mass COVID-19 c for senior citizens and people aged above 45 with comorbidities in India.
“Since the pandemic entered India, MapmyIndia took upon the task of real-time geospatially mapping all corona-related places - testing, treatment and isolation centers as well as containment zones. To make the critical vaccination effort seamless, MapmyIndia has put all the vaccination centres across India on MapmyIndia’s maps," said Rohan Verma, CEO & executive director, MapmyIndia.
It should be noted, that the company is played a major role during the COVID 19 pandemic. MapmyIndia has been geospatially mapping all the corona-related places, treatment, testing, isolation centres, and all the containment zones in real-time. It has also put all the vaccination centres across India on MapmyIndia maps to make critical vaccination efforts seamless.
Earlier six months ago, the MapmyIndia App has recently won AatmaNirbhar App Challenge for its consumer app called “Move”. MapmyIndia’s app is a privacy-centric, fully indigenous, and more localised product that claims to be an alternative to foreign map apps that come default in operating systems. MapmyIndia has built various location-based solutions using technologies like geospatial analytics, big data, artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning (ML), computer vision, cloud computing, edge computing, and internet of things (IoT).