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GIS enabled Smart Governance Asia GeoSpatial Forum Jakarta October 19 th, 2011 Kailash Agarwal Regional Head- Asia Pacific, GIS Business NIIT GIS(ESRI.

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1 GIS enabled Smart Governance Asia GeoSpatial Forum Jakarta October 19 th, 2011 Kailash Agarwal Regional Head- Asia Pacific, GIS Business NIIT GIS(ESRI India) ; Singapore

2 Agenda Introduction and Background Building a GIS system Challenges in Govt wide GIS System Recommendations Typical Implementations

3 GIS is Pervasive Utilities HealthRoad & Transport Public Safety Town Planning Water Supply Asset Management Education Building Permits Defense Public Housing Solid Waste Management GIS Agriculture Law Enforcement Forestry and environments Land records

4 Product + Solution Based GIS Coming Towards Front-end Business and Citizens also using Feature Rich Products Web based solution is the norm Service Oriented Architecture Device independent Changing Landscape of GIS Then Now Product Based GIS Remained in the Backend Largely used by Scientists Limited Features Limited web capabilities Function based Device depended User Friendly Low User Friendliness Web Based Desktop Based

5 Growth Drivers Information is getting Geotagged. Governments are looking for process efficiency and more ways to connect with citizens Citizens want information on the move. Exploding population of smart mobile phones with built-in GPS capabilities Computing hardware is getting more and more powerful and prices are dropping every quarter. Exploding growth of web connected devices and higher bandwidth

6 Architecture Patterns for GIS Workstation GIS Enterprise GIS Web GIS

7 Workstation-centered GISArcGISDesktop Local Web Enterprise

8 Enterprise-centered GISArcGISServer

9 Web-centered GIS ArcGIS ArcGIS Online Online

10 An Integrated Systems Approach ArcGISOnline ArcGIS Desktop ArcGISServer

11 Everywhere Leveraging the GIS in the Field iPhone Tablet CustomizableApplications Photo Capture... Connects & Integrates GIS Knowledge Windows Mobile

12 CITIZEN SSLR GOVT TAX DEPT RDBMS DOC MGMT TEXT GIS SERVERS STORAGE DISPLAYS LCD ROUTERS FIREWALL BAND-WIDTH PYMNT GWAY HELPDESK TECH SUPPORT CALL-CENTRE IMAGE DBASE GEODBASE OWNERSHIP DB MUTATION DB SURVEY DB PROP SERVICE KHATA SERVICE TAX SERVICE LIS SERVICE ……. PPP MODEL SINGLE-VENDOR SOLN BOO APPROACH PAY FOR SOLUTION GIS Solutions As A Service

13 Apps Data Infra National GIS GIS backbone – Challenges Data collection for various sources (paper maps, survey) Data Conversion and Migration from various sources like CAD, DGN, FRAME etc, (including digitization of blue prints) What is the Cost/Benefit Ratio? How to create Base maps? What will be cost and effort of creating BaseMap data? Infrastructure setup to store and share Land Base data hosting Lack of Resources/Expertise for Application framework development

14 Hardware 4% Software 15% Services 15% What Are The Costs LandBase Data Preparation and Conversion 66% OneMap is conceptualized as common platform for agencies to offer a basemap

15 Nationwide GIS Includes Series of standard geographic datasets (framework layers) Series of workflows that would transactionally maintain (update) Data management responsibility (governance) Suite of applications that leverage (use) A stable organizational and political environment is needed Leaders and liaisons working full time on collaborative efforts and partnering

16 Implementation Requirements of Nationwide GIS Common geospatial data model Data management workflows Enterprise system architecture Technical and management leadership Strong legislative mandate and an organizational framework Funding Maintenance

17 Steps for designing, building and managing Govt wide GIS system Vision: National needs, key application areas, resources Strategic plan: Vision, architecture, tasks, timelines, responsibilities, and priorities Sell the strategic plan to policy makers Specific plan: More specific architecture and organizational / institutional structure Implement the plan rapidly: A prototyping methodology

18 SLA | Citizen Centric GIS Portal An Intelligent Map Portal for Public use: SLA-OneMap Find multiple locations and query travel directions Build Geo-Mash up applications with OneMap API Virtual portal to explore places and Singapore geography

19 Singapore OneMap: Multiple Awards ESRI SAG Award in US 2010 Exemplary Systems in Government (ESIG) Award by the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) 19

20 MCYS | Typical Implementations MCYS: Geo-Mash up application Developed using OneMap API Locate social service centers in Singapore to plan different activities

21 IDA | Integrated Government Data Portal Re-define information dissemination through integrated portal | Data.Gov.Sg Provide publicly available information of government at single portal Give a free hand to explore available information to the citizens

22 Oman | Town Planning Town Planning and Regional Development where land data takes shape in GIS format (E.g. CIDCO, Jurong-Oman, DMIC)

23 KDMC | Municipal GIS Municipal GIS (KDMC) Self Service GIS portal for citizens Ward level Geodatabase management Integration with financial system Water, Property & Grievances workflows

24 Self Service Municipal GIS Portal of KNN, India Self assessment of Property Taxes and payment Online Grievance redressal Information portal on Muncipal Corporation Ward level spatial data Management KNN | Self Service Property Tax Portal

25 AAI | Building Permission System 25 Portal to obtain statuary clearances for construction from civil aviation ministry Flight path visualization and intersection analysis Interfaces with process workflow

26 JTC | Land Resource Tracking System 26 Textual Dashboard – maintain information of the Land assets. Graphical Dashboard – manage the Land Asset in GIS system. generate Layout plans, allocation plan etc.

27 DLF | Land Information Systems 27

28 Recommendations  Treat data as strategic, capital assets and public goods  Standardize spatial data requirements across multiple departments and applications  Establish central spatial database repository  Collaborate and Coordinate  Align roles, responsibilities and resources for data stewardship  Organize Effective and Efficient Production and Stewardship of Data  Build mobile GIS applications  Set up clearing houses and geo-portals to service multiple departments and applications  Leverage Infrastructure and data to build geo mash up applications  Pool and Leverage Investments  Most importantly identify the right implementation partner

29 NIIT AND ESRI: THE PIONEERS … World Leader in GIS and Indian leader in Education Founded in 1969 and 1984 Create GIS Software Tools and Technology Pioneer Geo-processing Advanced GIS Methods and Techniques Establish GIS Best Practices Spread Awareness of the Power of GIS, Globally Mapping SystemsVisualization Data Model Data Compilation ImageProcessing Web Service Policy Projects Applications Education Modeling Tech Support Cooperation Standards Surveying GI Science

30 Kailash Agarwal NIIT Technologies/ESRI India Regional Head- Asia Pacific (GIS business) Thank You


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