Location intelligence enhances NParks’ inspection, maintenance, and conservation methods
While cities continue to grow, the land available to accommodate them remains limited. However, native biodiversity shouldn’t be sacrificed in the name of rapid urbanisation.
To find a balance that supports the building of a sustainable community, the role that GIS plays is essential – in monitoring the terrain, more informed decisions can be made in its development and subsequent impact.
As Singapore’s lead agency for greenery, biodiversity, conservation, wildlife, and animal management, the National Parks Board (NParks) needed to do all this, and more.
It’s for these reasons that Maven was developed: A geospatial proliferation programme to capture, analyse, and share information through a common GIS database.
In this case study, you’ll learn how NParks officers can now easily access data, tools, and applications through their mobile devices, giving them updated real-time information on trees, parks, and gardens while on the go.
Learn just how GIS consolidated and simplified multiple data sources into one platform to provide a clearer overview, while simultaneously engaging the community and stakeholders – download this case study now.