Charley Glynn and Christopher Wesson, experts from the Ordnance Survey’s Cartographic Design Team, UK’s national mapping authority, and Sandra Jameson, a caregiver to a 75 year old Arthritis patient, share what they think about the Arthritis Map of Victoria.
Kevin Sweeney,Director at Spatial.IQ Ltd and former geospatial custodian at Land Information New Zealand, responds to FutureGov’s Government Spatial Directions survey.
Ng Siau Yong, Director of the Geospatial Division at the Singapore Land Authority, shares how Geospatial Information Science and Technology (GIST) is helping them see Singapore’s land scarcity as an opportunity to innovate.
Teo Chin Seng, Singapore’s Integrated Health Information Systems Group CIO for National Healthcare Group believes that successes and new technological developments from other industries provide opportunities for today’s healthcare sector.
Siggi Kristoffersen, Deputy Director of Denmark’s Copenhagen Citizen Service, writes about the key factors crucial for effectively managing change from traditional to digital services, while ensuring that this transformation is inclusive and cost-effective.
Thomas Jakobsen, CEO of Copenhagen Citizen Service, Denmark, writes about how digitisation is helping them deliver flexible and inclusive services to Copenhageners. And takes a sneak peek at what the future of citizen services might look like.
Governments are among the biggest ICT users with huge scalability and reliability demands. They are under constant cost reduction pressure in austerity times. Can cloud computing address these challenges and provide opportunities to improve public administration? By guest writer Reinhard Posch, CIO, Federal Government, Austria
Dr. Andi Sakya, Director General of Agency for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics, Indonesia, writes about the challenges faced by the agency in integrating real-time data on weather, climate and earthquakes from over 200 observation stations across Indonesia, and how cloud computing could be a solution to their challenges.
The ‘Security Information and Event Management Implementation’ project at the City University of Hong Kong is a major enterprise IT security enhancement project. Costing roughly USD half a million, the project aimed at tackling crucial information security challenges that are commonly faced by universities around the world.
The State of Sarawak in Malaysia is making headlines because of its Land and Survey Information System (LASIS) which managed to drastically shorten property registration in the state from 30 days to one day, swiftly overtaking some of Malaysia’s neighbouring countries.
When all universities were mandated to convert from a three- to four-year degree system, City University of Hong Kong took the opportunity to radically transform its internal value chain, its curriculum, introduce new ways of teaching and learning, while saving up to US$10 million.
In a visit to Ngee Ann Secondary School yesterday (22 July), FutureGov found students deeply ...
The Infocomm Development Authority and Ministry of Education of Singapore have initiated plans to introduce ...
Ngee Ann Secondary School’s students are on a bid to “change the world” with ...