The MAP Platform project plans to change the approach to world mapping by creating a highly accurate and up-to-date three-dimensional map of the world so that anyone can get access to a single digital representation of physical space in the present and even the past..
Geolocation and maps have always been our life companions, but now we are increasingly using programs and applications for search, travel planning, entertainment, locating loved ones, emergency notifications or shopping for goods.. MAP Platform plans to combine all this in one blockchain platform, where everyone can influence updates and generate income at the same time.
One of the most important functions of the project will be the construction of complex air and ground routes, the use of high-precision coordinates and ready-made volumetric models to recreate objects of the real world from different periods. This information will allow you to return to any point in time..
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With the help of the MAP Platform, application developers, architects, construction companies, and mapping services will be able to create and implement new services that today cannot be used with GPS, Wi-Fi or other similar tracking technologies. The team expects that the product will be of interest to large corporations and will be integrated into agriculture, routing, routing and optimization of routes for drones, ground vehicles, logistics systems, virtual and augmented reality..
After forming the concept and recruiting a team of specialists, the project began to raise funds for the development of the platform. The ICO MAP will end on November 30, 2018, but a pre-sale of tokens is held until October 24, during which a 30% bonus is valid with a minimum investment amount of 0.5 ETH. The cost of tokens is 1000 MPLT = 1 ETH. Token holders will be the only recipients of profit from placing advertising and any other information in the volumetric model of the world of the MAP platform.
text: Sid Nietzsche, photo: MAP