Ola To Introduce New Geospatial Technology In Order To Enhance Efficiency

Ola the leading online cab and taxi the service company is now breaking records like no other, working ahead of time and analyzing conventional working methods, and changing them according to the business environment ola always stands out, and which is why Ola is frequently printed in headlines of newspapers and media.

Now the company is back with again new paradigm of working in sake to serve future and present generations for serving better future using upgraded technology.

Ola has now infused Geospatial technology or geographical data and information to enhance their three-dimensional vector maps, location tracking, and real-time, and for this venture, Ola is backed up with scientists and the engineering team of Geospoc to analyze and implement the plan properly.

As part of the Ola-GeoSpoc acquisition deal, the CEO  and his team of geospatial scientists and engineers will join the ride-hailing startup to develop technologies that “will make mobility universally accessible, sustainable, personalized and convenient” said by CEO of Ola, Bhavish Aggrawal.

Moreover, this partnership believes that 50 to 100% of the population will prefer the Ola cab service or any other Online can device rather than public transport. Because they are comparatively cheap, easy to call and safe. And they are also looking forward to reaching to as maximum people as they can to rural areas and semi-urban areas .by increasing connectivity suggested by Bhavish Aggrawal in a blogpost.

Enhanced geo-spatial services will also go a long way in improving urban planning including road networks, better public transportation and pre-empt congestion spots.

We have the data and the expertise to build this utilizing our deep understanding of consumer movements as well as our massive network of 2,3 and 4Ws that provide unprecedented geo-spatial details. We can layer this data with new sources such as satellite imagery and visual feeds from our network on-ground to build ‘Living Maps’ that embody the changing landscape of our world.