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Microsoft kicks off India research operations
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/12/2005 10:49:00 PM.

Microsoft Research today announced the launch of its operations in India, the third facility outside the United States.

The Bangalore lab would conduct long term basic and applied research and initially start investigating the areas of Geographic Information System (GIS) technologies for emerging markets, multilingual systems and sensor networks.

Microsoft Research India (MSRI) also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Science and Technology and Ocean Development to partner in science and technology research projects.The first collaborative project would be a GIS project that would bring a variety of satellite imagery, remote sensing and other geographic data together in geographically indexed database.MSRI would make much of the Government's non sensitive geographic data available to the public in a format that was easy to browse and comprehend, with intuitive visualisation of data.

Launching the facility by unveiling a plaque, the Union Minister of State for Science and Technology Mr Kapil Sibal said this was a historic development in many senses as it would create a win- win situation for both the partners of the MoU

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