Infrastructure and public works solutions

Public works professionals in Indonesia are leveraging Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to make sure they have full visibility of their assets, operations and future requirements.

Using GIS technology provides decision-makers with a centralised data management and visualisation tool that enables them to better manage multiple priorities, forecast which assets need maintenance and determine how much they need to set aside for new infrastructure.

By doing so allows organisations to achieve:

  • Streamlined workflows
  • Better awareness of asset life cycle
  • Cost-effective management of existing assets
  • Improved ability to coordinate the timing and scheduling of cross-asset activities

To learn how you can use GIS for infrastructure and public works, to get the most out of your assets – contact Esri Indonesia today on (021) 2940 6355.

Pusjatan to ensure sustainable roads and bridges with new geoportal

Pusjatan to ensure sustainable roads and bridges with new geoportal

The Institute of Road Engineering has unveiled a geoportal which aims to ensure the resilience of public infrastructures nationwide.

Ministry of Public Housing lays foundation for stronger communities

Ministry of Public Housing lays foundation for stronger communities

The Ministry of Public Works and Housing employs the power of GIS technology to manage the delivery of the Self-help Housing Development Stimulant program.

Ministry of Transport deploys advanced smart map to monitor Idul Fitri exodus

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.