GIS for government
GIS for urban planning
The strategic use of 3D Geographic Information System (GIS) technology has enabled Singapore’s urban planners to overcome the challenge of land scarcity and put the island nation in the enviable position of one of Asia’s most liveable cities.
3D GIS technology maps and analyses current and potential urban developments, giving planners the ability to depict, visualise, and assess the best possible design.
In particular, 3D GIS for urban planning helps to:
- Improve decision making
- Optimise land use
- Empower a mobile workforce
- Improve cross-organisation collaboration
Discover how GIS for urban planning is helping Singapore establish more liveable urban neighbourhoods – contact Esri Singapore today on 6742 8622.
SLA’s 3D maps chart the future of Singapore
SLA has used Esri’s advanced Geographic Information System technology to process, manipulate, analyse and visualise 3D maps and 3D models of the entire nation-state.
Supporting Singapore’s public housing with geographic insights
HDB has leveraged new technologies to improve the way it plans and designs its towns, precincts and buildings. With the use of good planning tools, HDB towns and estates can be made more liveable, efficient and sustainable for residents.
Future Cities Laboratory uses Esri’s web and desktop technology to assess ‘walkability’ and ‘cyclability’ in Singapore
The Future Cities Laboratory has used advanced location-based analytics technology to assess how walkable Singapore is today and evaluate strategies to improve walkability in the future.
SLA’s 3D Smart Nation map debuts on the world stage
The Singapore Land Authority has revealed the highly anticipated first phase of its national 3D mapping project which aims to generate compelling ‘real world’ visualisations of the entire island.
HDB earns global recognition for Smart Nation urban planning tool
The Housing & Development Board has received a global recognition for their cutting-edge iPLAN system, which underpins the agency’s critical urban planning and design work areas.
Singapore improves park hopping experience with interactive mapping tool
The National Parks Board promotes its parks and activities as part of efforts to enhance Singapore as a City in a Garden.
Singapore uses GIS to master land use planning
Singapore's national land use planning and conservation agency is using the ArcGIS platform to help guide development – 40-to-50 years into the future.
Spatially supporting Jurong Lake District's sustainable development
By positioning the ArcGIS platform at the centre of environmental, economic and community decision-making, the Urban Redevelopment Authority are leveraging GIS to drive the sustainable growth of the nation's most diverse mixed-use district.