Why Google Street View launch Rejected in India

Why Google Street View launch Rejected in India

Google the tech giant introduced street view feature which integrated into Google Maps and Google Earth and approached Indian government but Why Google Street View launch Rejected in India this article covers the reason behind the rejection of Google Street view.

Why Google Street View launch Rejected in India

About Street view Technology:

Google street view feature is integrated with Google Earth and Google Map,Which was launched on 2007 in several cities of United States of America.The Street view shows the panoramic views of the streets which image looks like taken from the camera,almost these street view images are taken from the camera which is placed on the car.

Many places still have limited or no coverage, including:

  • The Caribbean except limited coverage in the United States Virgin Islands, and some touristic places in Martinique: Boucle d’Absalon, Habitation Clément and the south-western coast of Sainte-Anne.
  • Central America French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Suriname and Venezuela in South America
  • Africa except for Botswana, Lesotho, South Africa, Swaziland, Uganda and some city views in Madagascar
  • Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro and much of Germany in Europe
  • Asia except for Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, much of Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mongolia, Philippines, Russia and some locations in South Korea (such as Seoul and Busan)
  • The Middle East except for Israel, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates
  • The South Pacific, except American Samoa, Australia, and New Zealand

Why Google Street View launch Rejected in India

Answer:

  1. Street View allows users to explore world landmarks, discover natural wonders, and step inside locations such as museums, arena, parks and transport hubs.
  2. In India many streets are not yet developed No private bathrooms using open space bathrooms,So Street view captures photographs.
  3. “As of now, we have not been able to get permissions. Discussions are still happening on that front. It’s more of a decision on the policy side that we have not been able to get permissions. Technically, we just need cameras and cars,” Gupta told the media
  4. Gupta explained technically the company need cars and cameras to deploy it. Google is also aiming to develop more country relevant features inspired by India itself.