In this project, the client is the Government of Meghalaya. The government wanted to launch The North Eastern Region Capital Cities Development Investment Program (NERCCDIP) to bring urban development in North Eastern Region (NER) like Agartala, Aizwal, Gangtok, Kohima, and Shillong. The government of Meghalaya also formed the State Investment Project Management and Implementation Unit especially in Shillong.
One of the primary reasons of SIMPU to implement such a project is to carry out survey of property tax for 27 wards in Shillong Municipal Board (SMB). For this Geographical Information System (GIS) would act as a facilitator. In this regard they wanted an agency that would carry out the survey of properties for assessing the property tax in Shillong
According to the project scope of work, our GIS team provided GIS consulting support services to help the Government in making this project a success. The description given here is the scope of work that is to be carried out by the vendor. However, any work even if not specifically mentioned but reasonably implied for the successful implementation and good performance of the system are deemed to be included in the scope of work. The building with all attributes collected from field survey is shown connected to their respective building object.
The scope of work of the vendor includes:
Vendor provides the best methodology of conducting DGPS survey and the spatial and non-spatial data preparation. What we used to build this GIS system are
Our GIS team communicated with an agency that carries out field survey and mapping services. The agency needs to update the base map according to the received satellite images. These images will be provided by SIMPU. The agency also needs to map down locations. The map should have the boundaries as polygon object.
Under this, following services take place
This category includes following services:
The accuracy of every step taken for this project is first checked by our GIS team to make sure the map that has prepared for the work is absolutely correct