GIS-LDDS
The GIS can be integrated with the enterprise’s information systems, forming a complete and robust resource planning tool. As of present, GIS technologies are growing in popularity and being applied in many areas of utility businesses to deliver new levels of efficiency and effectiveness such as urban planning, environmental impact assessment (EIA), resource management, asset management, marketing, logistics and other purposes.

GIS data will represent real world objects with digital data. For example, Participants’ land holding, estate road networks, river are represented with digital data. Through a unique combination of world-class technology, domain expertise and implementation experience, it is able to deliver the deeper levels of network understanding demanded by the industry.
 
Objectives for this project:

  • Maximized efficient and effectiveness of data management.
  • Increased security and protection of access rights control.
  • Centralization of participants personal data and land holdings database without redundancy (One-Participant, One-Record).
 
Features:

  • Estate road maintenance budgeting.
  • Fertilizer budgeting based on spatial calculation result on palm density, palm count or effective area.
  • Pre-planning the new access path or road based on available spatial data.
  • Finding the missing ‘island’ land lot through the identified palm tree coverage.
  • Assist the field assistants on routine task path through the identified access road from satellite images.
  • Assist the field assistant on systematic fertilizing task by identified the land lots.