An interactive soil mapping website driven by advanced Geographic Information ...
The School Education Department (SED) of the Tamil Nadu State Government revealed plans to adopt the use of Geographic Information System (GIS) to improve the management and decision-making capabilities of schools
The University of SouthHampton, one of the leading research universities in the UK, announced the establishment of an Open Source Geospatial Laboratory which aims to support the growing demand for the development of open source geospatial software technologies, trainings and expertise across various industries.
The National Transport Commission launched recently a pilot trial of its project which aims to monitor the driving capabilities of inter-provincial buses by using Global Positioning System (GPS).
Land Information New Zealand revealed plans to launch two new online services which aims to help both businesses and the general public gain a more convenient and cheaper way to access land records, crucial for those considering on buying or selling property.
FutureGov continues our conversation with Lee Kee Siang, CIO and Director, Technology & Innovation, at the National Library Board (NLB), Singapore, to discuss the growing importance of data sharing and analytics.
Geographic Information System technology is on the rise across Australia’s local government sector with many councils set to further expand their GIS capabilities to keep up with the growing demand, according to a landmark technology study.
The Department of Human Settlements and Spatial Planning will be leveraging GIS to improve data integration and management for the sustainable development of human settlements in the country.
The Ministry of ICT and Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF), Thailand have announced a new collaboration and transfer of knowledge programme under a single umbrella as part of its disaster management preparation and plan.
The State Water Resources Department of Kerala has unveiled plans to launch a GIS-based decision support system which aims to develop an integrated, sustainable and long-term water conservation and management plan for the state.
The Public Accounts Committee of the Maharashtra Legislature revealed, in its latest report, the need for State Government agencies, to use satellite imagery in assessing the extent of crop damages in the event of natural disasters.
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