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Enterprise GIS for GIFT City (Gujarat) Life Cycle Management

Location: GIFT City, Gujarat

Project Description: IEISL is holding hands with the Gujarat International Financial Tec-city Company Ltd. (GIFTCL) to develop an Enterprise Wide GIS for GIFT City- the benchmark International Financial Centre, an ambitious project of the Government of Gujarat. The GIFT Enterprise GIS is conceived with a vision to ensure sustainability of GIFT in all respects , by ensuring optimal usage of natural resources, infusing capability to  be in pace with technological advancements and facilitating efficient and prompt decision making and implementation.

GIFT Enterprise GIS is envisaged to be built on the finest platform technology, an optimum hybrid of the best existing platform technologies, which would efficiently synergize the multiple sectors. Modular solutions for each infrastructure module, streamlined to the Design – Implementation - Operation & Maintenance phases will be developed keeping on a standardized and structured GIS Database, which would be the pivot point. The Enterprise GIS would be a fully compatible and immense value add-on to the ICT Framework of GIFT.

By enabling unprecedented access to spatial data throughout the stakeholder organizations, this solution shall help project owners, regulatory bodies, SPVs, consultants and planners to be more productive and provide better services to the clients, residents and customers. GIFT Enterprise GIS will facilitate a Single-Window management of the city, integrating all infrastructure components and will enable real-time spatial monitoring of all activities, providing a better support for city administrators empowering them to take more informed decisions.

Client: GIFTCL

 
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