GIS for government
National development solutions
Whether developing a smart city strategy or making key government data more accessible to citizens – Indonesia’s public sector relies on Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to support a broad range of national development efforts.
GIS technology integrates and analyses data and visually represents it via the compelling format of an interactive map – enabling decision-makers to refine their understanding of a situation like never before.
Armed with this insight, planners can forecast future community needs, improve public service delivery, facilitate more liveable communities and drive economic prosperity.
To learn more about why GIS is essential to Indonesia’s national development efforts, select a category below:
Smart map to slash NSW roadworks
New South Wales infrastructure costs and roadwork disruptions are set to be reduced with the Smarter Scheduling NSW (SSN) system enabling government agencies, utilities and councils to coordinate infrastructure maintenance and construction.
Ministry of Transport deploys advanced smart map to monitor Idul Fitri exodus
Indonesia’s Ministry of Transportation (MoT) has used advanced smart mapping technology and social media platforms Twitter and Instagram, to monitor the flow of traffic during the annual Idul Fitri exodus.
International statisticians embrace location information
How we source and consume information is changing rapidly – a fact which has driven some of the world's leading statisticians to establish global standards for integrating official statistics with geospatial data.