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Location intelligence maps course with AI

Indian companies are taking on global giants by investing in smart new digital maps that serve a variety of users: From automakers and policymakers to citizens

The map industry is going places as new companies enter the digital location intelligence market. The industry is growing rapidly because maps have become integral to the daily lives of consumers, citizens, governments and businesses.
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The map industry is going places as new companies enter the digital location intelligence market. The industry is growing rapidly because maps have become integral to the daily lives of consumers, citizens, governments and businesses.

New players with smart technologies are launching clever features to take on established giants like Google and Apple. Mobility company Ola has launched its own map in India for its electric vehicles (EV). Ola has exited Google Maps and will depend on its own location intelligence, company founder Bhavish Aggarwal announced last week. Companies like Genesys and MapmyIndia are growing rapidly in the
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First Published: Jul 07 2024 | 9:53 PM IST

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