Technology modelled on Singapore to help turn Ayodhya into a global city
Ayodhya: The exercise to develop Ramnagari Ayodhya as a world-class city has intensified. Now on the lines of Singapore, the mapping of the city is being done with digital twin technique.
To make the city a smart city, a company named Genesis International has started survey work. The special thing is that Ayodhya is the first city in the country where such technology is being used for the development of the city.
After this survey, the exact 3D visual of every street of Ayodhya will be available with the administration. Every three months the company will update it and upload it on the administration server.
With this 3D visual, it will be easy for the administration to make any kind of plan. Whether it is planning for the development of the city or making a strategy to manage the huge crowd on major festivals, everything will be easy. Till now the administration prepares its plans and strategies through 2D maps.
Special machines brought for mapping Survey of 16 square kilometers of Ayodhya city is to be done. In this, mapping of 111 kilometer city streets will also be done.
For this, a drone equipped with five large lenses is being used. Along with this, the mobile mapping survey equipment payload is being used by the Genesis team. This machine has 24 mega pixel panoramic cameras. One lakh points have the capacity of a second. This machine can scan objects up to 100 meters away.
ADA Vice President Vishal Singh said that for the first time in the country, mapping of a city is being done through this technique. Such technology is being used to develop Ayodhya as an international level city.
The Genesis team has started working on it. Mapping of the 6 km radius of the city has been done. The company will update this 3D mapping every three months.