NHEV Partners with UNL Global to Geographically Fence Jaipur-Delhi-Agra Electric Highway
The Jaipur-Delhi-Agra Electric Highway will be geo-fenced to allow electric vehicles on the route to operate on an anti-theft relay pattern. A similar model exists in Goa and in several European countries to allow tourists to travel by car without a driver.
Similarly, tourists on the Jaipur-Delhi-Agra Electric Highway will be able to enjoy the facility with electric vehicles.
National Highways for EV (NHEV) has partnered with several geospatial technology companies to make the highway theft proof and monitored by a 24×7 breakdown service. Geofencing work has already begun. UNL Global collaborated with NHEV to participate in the pilot project to make the E-Highway geolocated and comprehensive. It aims to complete the work by the end of the year and add state-of-the-art EV-ready infrastructure for the ever-increasing number of EVs on the highway.
UNL is a next-generation smart mapping and micro-location platform, building the Internet of Places. UNL enables companies to create virtual private maps at the touch of a button and leverage mapping, location and data tools to create a highly scalable location-based application.
NHEV Project Director, Abhijeet Sinha said, “As India forges ahead with an ambitious plan to achieve clean and green surface transport and provide world-class facilities for electric highway users , NHEV’s association with UNL is sure to unleash the potential of the best. the technology and services available to the Indian customer.
“UNL is building the Internet of Places – a 1:1 geodata digital twin to transform places into the next digital platform, allowing us to interact with stations, vehicles and roadside assistance services ( RSA) in real time. This will enable us to deliver a new generation of hyper-local services, ranging from e-commerce and last-mile delivery to smart mobility and autonomous solutions.”
Speaking about the project, Xander Van Der Heijden, Founder and CEO of UNL Global, said: “We give each location a unique verifiable digital address – an UNL GeoID. On the ground, indoors or at altitude, UNL geoIDs can address locations with a micro-precision of up to 1 x 1 cm². »
“Our Grid introduces a standardized approach to how we store, manage, update and share hyperlocal data across platforms that is more cost and time efficient.”