Spatial data infrastructure (SDI) solutions

Many organisations who use GIS need to integrate data from multiple sources, agencies and formats.

A spatial data infrastructure (SDI) – which catalogs and provides access to diverse geospatial resources – extends the value and use of your GIS within the framework of standards and policies.

Creating an SDI is a collaborative venture between public and private organisations.

Esri Indonesia is an active partner in the creation of the Indonesia National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI), which aims to develop a strong foundation for future access to – and delivery of – reliable geospatial data.

To learn more about how the value of your GIS technology can be extended by creating an SDI, contact Esri Indonesia on (021) 2940 6355 today.

Indonesia’s National Spatial Data Infrastructure

Indonesia’s National Spatial Data Infrastructure

Indonesia’s National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) project will make accurate and authoritative data available to government agencies and private sector organisations across the country.