Genesys bags $7.8 M order for Geospatial mapping

By siliconindia   |   Wednesday, 23 October 2002, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Genesys International Corporation, a niche Engineering & IT services player, has bagged a USD 7.8 million contract for providing comprehensive mapping solutions for the State of Florida (USA).

This is the first time that a complete end to end digital mapping solution has been outsourced to any company in India, the company claimed in a press release. The order has been given by a Joint venture between one of the world's largest reinsurance broking company and a leading German technology firm.

The order not only involves end to end aerial mapping of the state of Florida, but also the integration of street level imaging, which is one of the latest technologies in digital mapping. It also validates Genesys' position as India's only complete digital mapping company, and capitalizes on its strength to absorb and implement the latest technical innovations.

This order, which has to be executed over a period of two years, involves creating state-of-the-art geo data for the real estate information services market in the US. After Florida the project would then extend to entire US.

Sajid Malik, managing director, Genesys International said " It is a great milestone for Genesys and the Indian GIS industry that such work has been outsourced to India. This reaffirms Genesys' position as the leader in Geospatial Services sector in India."

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