Based in our Singapore office, Kelly regularly speaks to policy makers and government CIOs about how technology is transforming the public sector.
Her speciality areas are education technology, big data, mobile government, future cities and tax & payments. Being a true blue Singaporean, she is also passionate about government modernisation projects in Singapore.
Kelly has a degree in Business Management, with a double major in Law and Marketing from Singapore Management University. She lives for good food, pink scooters and the underwater world.
Cities often struggle with the cost of maintaining their infrastructure, but David Totman, Infrastructure Manager at Esri says that using geospatial information systems can reduce these costs by 14%.
The Construction Industry Development Board has called all industry players to use modelling technology in their construction projects to enhance their efficiency and reduce waste.
India will be surveying the amount of sediment in its reservoirs across 30 dams in 15 states using remote sensors and geographic information systems.
South Australian motorists can now check an interactive online map showing real-time traffic conditions so they can better plan their route.
A hospital in Singapore is trying to reduce the number of avoidable hospital admissions and Accident and Emergency visits to better allocate limited resources.
Government officials need reliable and authoritative information to solve national challenges. Mark Cygan, Spatial Data Infrastructure Manager, Esri told FutureGov how geospatial information system (GIS) provides a foundation for evidence-based decision making.
When both presidential candidates claimed to have won the July election, Indonesian citizens got together online and used open data to verify the votes.
Public sector organisations are generating and collecting more data today. The increase use of rich-media and large data sets makes it even more pressing to find efficient storage solutions.
The Australian government has launched a new online service for consumers to report side effects of medicines and vaccines.
Singapore residents will soon be able to report complaints through a single smartphone app, without having to know or find out which of the eight government agencies is responsible for addressing the issue.
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