Petronas, DBKK, DBKL receives prestigious GeoInnovation Award 20 Nov
Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Environment YB Datuk Ir. Dr. Haji Hamim Bin Samuri presented award to 7 recipients.Read more
3D smart maps aid response efforts as Bali braces for the impending volcanic calamity 31 Oct
A smart mapping portal on the volcanic activity in Bali provides valuable data information for emergency responders and the public.Read more
IRDA partners with Esri Malaysia to develop ‘first-of-its-kind’ Urban Observatory in Malaysia 21 Sep
Iskandar Regional Development Authority and Esri Malaysia have signed a memorandum of understanding in a bid to set the momentum for Digital Economy in Iskandar Malaysia witnessed by YAB Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul Razak, Prime Minister.Read more
Penang GIS receives SAG Award for e-Peta 20 Jul
PEGIS receives SAG award in recognition of cutting-edge app called e-Peta by using geographic information system (GIS) technology to integrate authoritative data from various government departments and display layers on a dynamic smart map.Read more
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Leading global geospatial platform provider Esri has been mentioned in Gartner's May 2017 Forecast Snapshot: Location Intelligence Software, Worldwide, 2017 report.
One of Indonesia’s biggest Islamic banks has turned to location-based analytics to cut operational costs, optimise the performance of their asset network and increase their service quality.
Esri has announced a new partnership with Waze – a free, crowdsourced traffic and navigation app that makes it easier for governments to design intelligent transportation systems for their communities.
Utilities across the Asia-Pacific region are taking advantage of advanced location-based analytics to fuel efficiencies, ensure workforce safety and deliver a more reliable electricity service.
In a new report by influential research and advisory firm Forrester, Esri has been recognised for setting a global standard in GIS technology, with consistent and constant innovation.
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)
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.
An advanced smart mapping application called e-Peta has given decision-makers at the State of Penang a tech-savvy way of improving services to the community.
Local industry leaders are now turning to advanced smart mapping technology to achieve the greatest benefit from their infrastructure.
JUPEM has received a prestigious Special Achievement in GIS (SAG) Award for their efforts to promote the use of geospatial information in Malaysia through a ground-breaking project called Geospatial Data Acquisition System.