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Civil Maps Discussing Scalability at Automotive Megatrends Connected Car Pune Conference in India

By Venkata Kolla, Director of Engineering

It has been a busy year for Civil Maps as far as conferences go, and as we head into the final stretch of the year, I am delighted to share some news about my speaking engagement at the upcoming Automotive Megatrends Connected Car Pune conference on November 29th. The event, in its second year, convenes many of the biggest names in the automotive world, including major manufacturers and suppliers from the US, EMEA, APAC, and beyond.

I have the pleasure of sharing some insights about the challenges facing the autonomous driving industry with regards to operational and economic scalability. My talk will focus on base map creation issues and solutions to solving their related data management problem. This was also the subject of a recent blog post by Civil Maps’ CEO, Sravan Puttagunta.

Scalable traffic in Asia
Asia is the second most populous country for automakers

Home to over a billion people, India will play a prominent role in the future of mobility. It’s no surprise that the second most populous country in Asia is a hub for automakers, suppliers, and mobility companies that will power cars of the future. We’re excited to share our learnings with this vibrant community.

Venkata Kolla Civil Maps' Director of Engineering in India
Venkata Kolla, Director of Engineering

Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Pune have proven themselves as hotbeds of innovation in India, with numerous US-based tech giants entering the market over the last few years, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, Hewlett-Packard, and Qualcomm. The combination of local attendees ranging from engineering talent to infrastructure professionals, alongside regional OEMs who are working aggressively to build the cars of the future, will likely inspire some great conversations.

If you’ll be attending the conference and would like to arrange a meeting with me to discuss how Civil Maps can advance your autonomous vehicle research programs, please reach out to