2023 SAG Award Winners


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Project Goal

We created a comprehensive Geographic Information System (GIS) for the local government by integrating data from various sources and linking it with other information systems. The GIS system included cameras to visualize crime hotspots and identify areas that needed attention, such as traffic congestion, noise pollution, and environmental issues. It also included visualizations of investment projects, digitally mapped trees and graves, and provided accurate information on the city's infrastructure. The GIS system provided a powerful tool for managing and utilizing geospatial data to address city problems and improve the quality of life for citizens.
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Business Problem Solved

1. Crime Prevention: The integration of cameras and their coverage with crime situations helped identify crime hotspots and take appropriate actions to improve safety and security in the city.
2. Problematic Areas Identification: By integrating with local appeals from citizens and visualizing heat maps to show problematic parts of the city by categories, the GIS system helped identify areas that needed attention, such as traffic congestion, noise pollution, and environmental issues.
3. Investment Project Visualization: The GIS system included visualizations of investment projects, providing a comprehensive view of the city and enabling better management of construction projects.
4. Infrastructure Management: The digitalization of engineering networks in 2D and 3D provided accurate and up-to-date information on the city's infrastructure, enabling efficient management and maintenance.
5. Urban and urban resource planning: identifying the most suitable locations for new development.

Technology Implemented

ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Online

Development Team Biography

The project team consisted of experienced cartographers and GIS specialists, with the involvement of university students as part of a collaboration with the university. The total number of individuals involved in the project was 50. In addition to the aforementioned specialists, the project also included surveyors, a project manager, software developers, and other stakeholders.