Monday, January 17, 2011

Leading French companies in information systems and geospatial technology sector to visit Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Mumbai from Jan. 17-20 2011

NEW DELHI, INDIA: The French Trade Commission in India is organizing seminars on information systems and geospatial technologies on 17 January in Bengaluru, 18-19 January in Hyderabad and 20 January in Mumbai, bringing together a delegation of six leading French companies in the field of geospatial technologies.

These companies will share their expertise and evaluate business opportunities in the Indian information & geospatial technology sector.

The seminar opens in Bengaluru with a presentation on Indian information systems and geospatial technology sector by the Groupe SCE India, a renowned French company in geospatial technology established in India for over five years.

Specialists in employing spatial tools in the fields of urban planning, land record information systems, disaster management, water and environment, they have been working with planning authorities and urban local bodies in India and internationally.

The companies will present their latest innovations and state of the art technologies in their respective fields. This presence includes COMPUTA MAPS, GEO CONCEPT, GROUPE FIT, IMAO, MAGELLIUM and MESOTECH INGENIERIE specializing in mapping technologies, geodata products, digital maps, acquiring and processing geographic data, robotics and GIS software.

These companies are on their way to open a new dimension in the sphere of providing high quality engineering systems in information systems and geospatial technology. The delegation will participate in the interactive sessions followed by B2B meetings with potential Indian partners in the field of information systems and geospatial technology.

The delegation will also participate in Geospatial World Forum in Hyderabad on 18-19 January 2011. The last leg of this mission will take place in Mumbai on 20 January with interactive sessions between Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority and Bombay First, who are responsible for the infrastructure development of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region.

A presentation on Dharavi redevelopment by Mukesh Mehta Consultants, Asia’s largest slum pocket will help the French delegation comprehend the growing and pressing needs of the city of Mumbai in urban development. Potential Indian companies from Mumbai will have one to one meetings with them in order to exchange each other’s expertise. A visit to Rolta, a leader in GIS solutions will be conducted in their Mumbai premises as well.

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