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08-Aug2018

Genesys International signs MoU with Wipro for autonomous vehicles

Genesys International Corporation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Wipro to jointly tap the opportunity in the autonomous car sector. As per the MoU, the company will use its core strength and the expertise to develop HD Maps and Content while Wipro will develop the navigational and control technology for autonomous system and smart mobility companies.

The first activity under this MoU was to create an HD map of the Wipro campus in Bengaluru. This has now enabled the pilot vehicle, developed by Wipro, to drive around the campus autonomously.

Genesys International Corporation provides world-class geospatial, engineering and information technology solutions to the Utility, Telecom, Energy, Government, Oil and Gas and PetroChemical sectors.


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