Forward-thinking local governments prioritise strategies, policies, and workflows, enabling them to make data-driven decisions, maintain awareness of community activities, and stay better connected.
The City of Gold Coast's successful implementation of GIS in managing the 2018 Commonwealth Games has set a new benchmark for Queensland's local governments and emergency response agencies on how to work collaboratively and achieve better efficiency. Read the details of their journey.
One platform for local government
The Esri Geographic Information System (GIS) platform provides local governments with the tools to develop smarter cities and deliver better services to the community.
As a collaborative platform, it enables government agencies to share spatial data to break through traditional data silos and build a more transparent organisation.
The Esri platform can be scaled to provide the tools for enterprise-wide data-driven decision making that improves management efficiency. Its mobility capabilities allow staff to access data any time, on any device, from anywhere to ensure enterprise data is always accurate and up-to-date.
With empowered collaboration and timely information sharing, your city can deliver smarter end-to-end solutions that create a more inclusive, sustainable and prosperous place to live.
Smart, in the context of government, is associated with the use of real-time data, 3D visualisation, the application of AI for automation and optimisation, and other technologies being enlisted to improve the lives of citizens.
Presenter: Rod Lovely, Assetic
Map-based visualisation of complex scenarios helped a local council find the optimal combination of investment to improve its average PCI.