“Complete Geospatial Solutions .”


Rajiv Awas Yojana

Client: MBMC

Rajiv Awas Yojana (RAY) for the slum dwellers and the urban poor envisages a ‘Slum-free India’ through encouraging States/Union Territories to tackle the problem of slums in a definitive manner. It calls for a multi-pronged approach focusing on:

  • Bringing existing slums within the formal system and enabling them to avail of the same level of basic amenities as the rest of the town;
  • Redressing the failures of the formal system that lie behind the creation of slums; and
  • Tackling the shortages of urban land and housing that keep shelter out of reach of the urban poor and force them to resort to extra-legal solutions in a bid to retain their sources of livelihood and employment. Following steps for the involved in preparation of Slum-free City Plans.
  • (i) Securing CARTOSAT II/latest satellite images from NRSC/ISRO and preparation of base maps for the whole city and its fringes using the images;
  • (ii) Identification and inventory of all slum clusters of all descriptions in the urban agglomeration with the help of satellite image and other available data;
  • (iii) Inventory of all possible vacant lands in each zone of the urban agglomeration that could be used for slum redevelopment/ rehabilitation development purposes;
  • (iii) Development of Slum Map of every slum within the city and its fringes using GIS with CARTOSAT II images, ground level spatial data collected through total station survey, collating spatial information with respect to plot boundaries, network of basic infrastructure like roads, sewerage, storm drainage and water lines, etc and superimposing this on the satellite image and importing them into GIS platform as the first step towards the preparation of Slum Development Plans and Slum Free City Plan. This may be undertaken with the help of technical partners of NRSC/ ISRO/other technical institutions/agencies;
  • (v) Identification and engagement of Lead NGO/CBO to guide and anchor community mobilization for the purpose of slum survey, (May be more than one NGO/CBO in different slum zones) of the city. These Lead NGOs/CBOs should also be associated in slum survey operations and dialogues for preparation of slum level redevelopment plans;
  • (vi) Conduct of Slum Survey based on the detailed formats (with or without changes) prepared by the Ministry of Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation with the help of National Buildings Organization (NBO) - after due training of trainers, training of survey personnel /canvassers and canvassing. It would be helpful for community mobilization to pick as many canvassers from the sourced slum or nearby slum pockets;
  • (vii) Collection of bio-metric identification data of slum dwellers based on the above survey (subject to guidelines issued by Unique Identity Authority of India(UIDAI));
  • (viii) Entry of data from Slum Surveys in the web-enabled MIS application (to be provided by Ministry of HUPA), compilation and collation of data, preparation of Slum-wise, City and State Slum Survey Database and Baseline Reports. The MIS will assist in developing a robust Slum and Slum Households Information System.(Guidelines and software for development of the MIS will be issued by the Ministry of HUPA);
  • (ix) Integration of Slum MIS with GIS Maps to enable the preparation of GIS-enabled Slum Information System that is to be used for the preparation of meaningful Slum Development Plans and Slum-free City Plan using a city-wide/zone-based approach. (Guidelines and software for development of GIS platform and its integration with the MIS will be issued by the Ministry of HUPA).

Property Tax Survey and GIS integration with municipal e-governance System

Client: DMC

GIS has been made compulsory under GIS reforms in property tax and various departments of municipal administration. This project covers door to door property tax survey. Data entry of the surveyed form has been carried out. Each property data has been linked to respective property shape for spatial integration with e-governance system. Smart Grid Management System

Smart Grid Management System

Client: LeadSolar Energy Co. Ltd, China

LeadSolar Management is a secure monitoring server in the internet cloud. This is the human interface where customers or operators can easy get processed system information, status of their devices and act proactively to control the solar farm to safely produce the most energy. Through this system, the user can achieve the following:

  • remote control and monitor the status of the solar system.
  • collect and save historic data so the user know exactly how much energy has been harvest up to date.
  • send out alarms should there be any situations and solve the problems automatically most of time.
  • predict the usage patterns and act proactively to avoid problems.


Client: HCL

Project covers following:

  • GIS Base Map Preparation
  • Asset Mapping/ DGPS Survey
  • Consumer Indexing
  • Land Base Preparation