GIS transforms the lives of Urban Poor by providing a versatile GIS-based decision support system.

The need for GIS is inevitable to improve operations and services to citizens from the government’s side. GIS provides an integrated platform for data sharing which overlays and correlates with location details. This enhances workflow, decision making and coordination with government and citizens.

We use spatial / data analysis to identify

  • Beneficiaries of the social welfare schemes by understanding the socio-economic data
  • Need for irrigation and agriculture interventions with the land use /land cover data
  • Need for new infrastructure by understanding the land use data
  • Need for Education and Health facilities
  • Skill distribution and correlate unemployment issues
  • Revenue gaps in tax collection and optimise revenue for all development work
  • Need for better sanitation and waste disposal
  • Need for better sustainable initiatives in water and power