Events

Special Achievement in GIS Award

2017 SAG Award Winners

Institut plánování a rozvoje hl. m. Prahy

Project Goal

The Metropolitan Plan of Prague, maintained by the Prague Institute of Planning and Development, represents the evolution of single-scaled map-based planning into a sophisticated information system, based on complex data interaction and spatial analytics. Much of the Metropolitan plan is based on algorithmic and (geo)statistical data analysis. This guarantees transparency and flexibility – the result can change instantly when the data are updated or parameters are changed. The Metropolitan plan can be very easily accessed by other apps and IT systems.
The Metropolitan Plan of Prague represents an important shift from the traditional, single-scale, map-based urban planning to the complex geoanalytical information system, which segments localities on the basis of various properties. This provides localities with better insight, more precise targeting of development processes and overall better accessibility of information.
Learn more about us
Learn more about our application: Site 1 | Site 2

Business Problem Solved

The Metropolitan Plan of Prague is an important shift from the traditional, single-scale, map-based urban planning into the complex geoanalytical information system, which segments the localities on the basis of various properties. This brings better insight for the localities, more precise targeting of the development processes and overall better accessibility of information.

Technology Implemented

ArcGIS 10.3.1 for Desktop Advanced, ArcGIS 10.3.1 for Server Advanced, ArcGIS API for JavaScript

Development Team Biography

The Metropolitan Plan is drawn up in the Metropolitan Plan Office of the Prague Institute of Planning and Development, which is headed by architect Roman Koucký. He is provided with technological and data support by the Spatial Information Section, headed by Jirí Ctyroký.
Roman Koucký is a prominent Czech architect and urban planner. He has designed projects such as the Trojský most bridge in Prague, the Mariánský most bridge in Ústí nad Labem and the reconstruction of the Fáruv dum building. He has been involved in creating several dozen land use plans.
Jirí Ctyroký is responsible for spatial data and the development of GIS in the City of Prague, and has worked as project manager on projects such as the Digital Map of Prague or the City of Prague GIS Central Data Warehouse. He has been a member of the team behind the Development Strategy for Spatial Information Infrastructure in the Czech Republic. He teaches Geographic Information Systems (GIS) at the Czech Technical University.

Contact Us |  Privacy |  Legal |  Site Map