Mandatory use of Geo-spatial Data for Delhi Government

by The Economic Times, April 8, 2012
“Delhi government’s 30 departments and agencies will have to mandatorily use geo-spatial data of overground and underground assets before planning any infrastructure projects, when an ambitious legislation comes into force in the city in May. The IT Department has already completed a three-year project under which images of all overground and underground utilities like telephone lines, power cables, water and sewer lines and roads have been made available on a single portal to facilitate better urban planning and governance. The Delhi Assembly in March passed the Geo-spatial Data Infrastructure (Management, Control, Administration, Security and Safety) Bill which was brought to make sure that each of the 30 selected agencies like the PWD, DDA and MCD use the portal to ensure better planning for projects and proper co-ordination among the agencies for their implementation.” For full text of the article, visit Mandatory Use of Geo-spatial Data for Delhi Govt Departments – EconomicTimes.
See also:
Delhi Geo-spatial Data Infrastructure (Management, Control, Administration, Security and Safety) Act of 2011
Mandatory Geospatial Data Use in Delhi: 3D Modelling To Expand
Sharing geospatial information on infrastructure mandated by Delhi NCT

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