Spatial data infrastructure solutions

The Malaysian government’s national mapping agency widely uses Geographic Information System (GIS) technology to bring their vast amounts of geographic data to life.   

Specifically, GIS technology is used to create a spatial data infrastructure (SDI) that provides organisations and stakeholders with seamless access to authoritative data and resources.

The technology enables decision makers to:

  • Reduce time and redundancy of data production
  • Enable easy search and access of existing geospatial data and services
  • Maintain data integrity and security

Discover how GIS for SDI solutions can help decision makers create a smart structure for managing big data – contact Esri Malaysia today on (3) 7629 5518.

Geospatial technology to make RMK11 programs more targeted

Geospatial technology to make RMK11 programs more targeted

Some of Malaysia’s most influential industry leaders have undercored the value of geospatial technology in the achievement of the goals set out in the 11th Malaysia Plan (RMK11)

MaCGDI’s wins global tech award for advanced planning tool

MaCGDI’s wins global tech award for advanced planning tool

The Malaysian Centre for Geospatial Data Infrastructure (MaCGDI) has won the prestigious Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) award for their MyGOS application, a mission-critical decision-making tool used by government agencies nationwide to support public services.