- It will be available in local languages to ensure accessibility for everyone
- The observatory has a detailed information on India’s social, ecological and economic parameters
According to a report by Times of India, India’s first open source integrated geospatial data platform called India Obsevatory has been launched in Hyderabad. The report said that the observatory has a detailed information on India’s social, ecological and economic parameters and it has been designed to help in local level decision making by village communities, panchayats, NGOs and government officials.
Local languages and offline as well
The report also said that the India Observatory has the India Data platform as a core concept. The platform contains data on over 1,600 parameters, from village to national level in the form of maps, graphs and infographics. The platform is available for civil society organisations, students, government departments and citizens as per the report.
As per the report, the India Observatory will be able to work offline. It will be available in local languages to ensure accessibility for everyone.