China: Wuda Geoinformatics (GeoStar) bagged contract to develop ‘Shenyang (China) integrated map and digital government administration system’. The system will provide centralised management and seamless integration of data from multiple sources. It will have a uniform database structure for basic geographic data, thematic planning data and land thematic data.
According to the company’s press statement, it will be also a highly integrated office platform, which will be compatible with the existing system and will be capable of automatic approval process of land administration and bureau administration, integrated bureau data management, real-time supervision and realisation of the ‘Local network approval process, internet public notification’ mechanism.
GeoStar will construct the ‘all in one map’ database and database management system to integrate and manage the existing multiple source spatial data and service data; construct data sharing and exchange interface for both inside bureau and outside bureau users; realise integrated digital management of daily routine, administration approval process, etc; and realise graph, text and table integration management by a series of data statistic and analysis functions.
In another development, the company recently developed a map-based reporting system for the Changjiang – Pearl River Watershed Rehabilitation Project (CPRWRP) MIS, under the EU-China River Basin Management Programme (RBMP). A World Bank loan of USD 100 million, a European Union (EU) grant of EUR 10 million and a Government of China contribution of USD 88 million financed the project.
CPRWRP MIS includes detailed maps, tools for analysis, and images within a distributed system. The system, like the parallel MIS, is multi-scalar allowing users to zoom from the highest levels of the project and provinces to the specific sub-watersheds and even individual plots provided the data exist in the MIS database. The system is dynamic in that the graphs at all times reflect the most recent data entered into the MIS database.
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