Rolta Wins the Global Geospatial Solutions Company of the Year Award

MUMBAI -- Rolta announces that it has been selected for the Geospatial World Leadership Award in the category of 'Geospatial Solutions Company of the Year 2015'. The award recognizes Rolta's contribution to the global geospatial industry, and will be presented to Rolta at the Geospatial World Forum 2016, in Rotterdam.

Geospatial World Leadership Awards have been established by Geospatial Media since 2007 and over these many years, they have evolved as premium geospatial awards having reputation of being most well accredited Geospatial global awards and recognitions. The Jury comprising of renowned international professionals representing industry, academia, government and multilateral organisations, met in person in Amsterdam to select the Awardees.

The eminent Jury recognized that Rolta has been moving up the value chain consistently by developing many "state of the art" Solutions and Intellectual Property to deliver comprehensive spatially enabled business and analytics solutions in defence, homeland security, transportation, energy, and plant management worldwide. Rolta's pursuit of being a knowledge company has been well supported by investments in developing scientific and technological competence, infrastructure and human resource leadership at every level. The jury took note of the fact that Rolta has been very successful in integrating and aligning its geospatial expertise with Data Science, IT, Engineering and Communication technologies to unleash the power of location and geospatial information across business, enterprises and government functions.

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