GIS for government
With hundreds of public services provided, state agencies have to deal with lots of data and make balanced decisions every day. That explains the rush towards smart technologies, which, alas, can be costly and require much time to be implemented. Aspectum aims to decrease this threshold dramatically.
Almost any activity at the governmental level can be enhanced through data analysis. With government GIS data Aspectum opens a whole new world with its:
- Census data visualization and analysis;
- Public services dispatch maps;
- Citizen feedback applications or eGovernance;
- Data enrichment for balanced area planning.
Smart City initiatives
Cities that implement hi-tech solutions like IoT need to bring different types of data together in a readable and actionable way. A smart city is a branchy system of collaborations growing in numbers and complexity.
Investment attractiveness maps
Administrative units are economic agents today. If they aim to attract new partners, citizens, and investment, cities have to show their opportunities. Multi-layered visualizations with demographical peculiarities, economic flows and infrastructure can be imported from Aspectum to a state website just in 2 clicks.
Interactive visualization is also used for NGO mapping to show current challenges and results in the context of demography.
Government mapping with software
Fast development requires a fast reaction, so old maps are no longer usable for many matters. Whether it comes to e-mobility or urban redevelopment, visualization and data analysis play a critical role.
High-quality mapping allows predicting changes and timely budgeting of the necessary items. Particular areas of implementation are transport systems, environment, and finance.
Smart Mapping for Other Industries
Smart Mapping and geodata solutions can make citizens' lives significantly better. Would you like to know how cities benefit from data crowdsourcing?
Proactive NGOs already know the value of the data and interactive maps. Are you curious about how to cover large areas of research without hiring expenses?
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the government use GIS?
Usually, it is a part of innovation, transformation or planning department activities. The application can differ from maps of a criminal offense to constantly changing visualization of parking lots occupancy. An important part of an action plan is a bunch of disaster maps with emergency posts on them. These should be renewed regularly, so the best option is to implement interactive pages with auto-update.
What are GIS government project examples?
A typical project includes visualization and some datasets of an administrative unit. With the hi-tech approach, it can go far beyond. eGovernance applications, quality of life mapping, healthcare initiatives are among others.
How GIS is effecting government?
There are two main metrics that help to answer this question. One is a number of citizen requests processed yearly. It has to increase. The second is the time spent on monitoring that should decrease. Aspectum adds the third metric - the cost of running transformation programs that keeps decreasing year by year.