Transerve Technologies, through its offering Transerve Online Stack, has launched a solution to map COVID-19 density zones using geospatial technology.
According to the company, this advanced solution works on predictive analysis and uses layers of geospatial data to track, monitor, analyse and visually represent them into data stacks. These data stacks will help in route optimisation in COVID positive zones that can further assist businesses in making statistically driven decisions.
The company release further stated that — the spread of COVID-19 and extended lockdown had impacted the SMBs and large corporations alike. A downward trend is on the showcase across sectors, be it manufacturing, retail, e-commerce and travel and tourism ever since. With businesses trying to get their operations back on track, technology-backed solutions can be of great help, and that’s where Transerve’s technology will play a key role.
The company release further stated — large and medium-sized retailers who are now eagerly waiting to re-open their stores are heavily dependent on geospatial datasets on deciding which outlets to open and which ones not to open. Similarly, big-ticket manufacturing companies are using the geospatial data to analyse their suppliers’ catchment areas and effectively plan their sourcing strategies.
Alongside, supply chain professionals across organisations and logistic companies are planning to extensively use geospatial data for the route optimisation of their vehicles by avoiding the red zones. Moreover, analysing data of existing health infrastructure and census data sets and mapping it to those infected can help policymakers and concerned authorities in identifying COVID-19 containment zones.
Also, such analysis can also estimate the load on each corona testing centre and can help health officials to set up more labs or increase or decrease the capacity of existing ones depending on population density and distance to the testing laboratory. With so many practical applications, Transerve Online Stack is emerging to be a very effective tool for governments and corporates. Transerve Online Stack has also been maintaining a Corona timeline and created interactive digital maps of all the districts in India, and colour coded them to map all the Covid19 related information.
Commenting on how Transerve Online Stack works, Amarsh Chaturvedi, co-founder of Transerve and an IIT-Kanpur alumni said, “Keeping a tap on COVID19 contaminated zone is the need of the hour. Our government is playing best on their part to keep the citizens safe from infection. New-age entities like ours need to support the government and corporations by making the utmost use of our technology in order to deal with this global crisis. Transerve’s technologically advanced API based spatial platform serves as a single point database to access all the information related to COVID19 contaminated zones.
Ashwani Rawat, another co-founder of Transverse and also an IIT-Kanpur alumnus said “With our platform, we aim at providing a helping hand to government authorities and corporates, so that the society can reap benefits on a larger scale. We are also publishing map visualisations on COVID19 related data released by government sources from time-to-time in order to help the public in understanding the infection and its containment. The maps published will be freely available for use by any organisation globally.
Transerve platform allows users to perform analysis on the web in real-time through an intuitive process and save the results for later use. The platform provides the functionality to collect data using mobile devices, manage, analyse, and publish the geospatial data on the web in real-time.