MapmyIndia, India's leading advanced digital maps and deeptech company, unveiled the Mappls swadeshi consumer app, logistics tech & APIs integrated with Government of India's ULIP during the launch event of Government of India's National Logistics Policy. Honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, ever so keen to realize the vision of India's digital supremacy globally, took time to see the MapmyIndia Mappls showcase and was briefed on the unique and advanced features of the fully indigenous Mappls app and logistics solutions by MapmyIndia - powered by space technologies including geospatial data and software, drones, GPS & NavIC IoT and navigation - that make movement of goods and people across India better, faster, cheaper and safer. Hon'ble PM in his speech exhorted all to visit the exhibit, leverage the power of Space technologies which he saw in achieving the vision for reduced cost of Logistics, and work together towards an Aaatmanirbhar Bharat.
Rohan Verma, CEO & Executive Director, MapmyIndia Mappls, said "It was a privilege to showcase to Hon'ble PM Shri Narendra Modi Ji, Hon'ble Union Minister Shri Piyush Goyal Ji, Secretary DPIIT Shri Anurag Jain Ji, Special Secretary Logistics Shri Amrit Lal Meena ji, VP NICDC Shri Abhishek Chaudhary Ji, and all other senior dignitaries from the government and industry MapmyIndia Mappls' world-class capabilities. Being fully indigenous and delivering unique benefits and functionalities critical and relevant to the Indian context, MapmyIndia Mappls can play an important role in boosting India's economy, and enabling an Aatmanirbhar, Sarvottam Bharat, by helping goods and people move faster, cheaper and safer across India, reducing cost of logistics for both long-haul and last-mile, and improving speed, cost and quality of planning and completion of logistics infrastructure and network connectivity planning pan India. We thank the Government of India, Logistics Division of Ministry of Commerce, NICDC and ULIP for integrating MapmyIndia Mappls APIs into ULIP to help the logistics ecosystem easily track their goods movement on detailed pan-India maps and get expected time of arrival information."