Making Cities Smarter with Geospatial Technology

 The world is changing rapidly, and at GISKernel, we are integrating urban infrastructure with IoT, AI and GIS to enhance the development of smart cities. 

How can GIS empower smart city management?

The key goal of geospatial technology is to improve the efficiency and sustainability of urban infrastructure. GIS integrates a variety of data from multiple sources and offers advanced and user-friendly capabilities for urban planning projects. 

How GISKernel Empowers the Smart Cities Sector

Planning, Design & Visualization

Integrating GIS data with CAD/BIM environment aids in assessing the impact of development, evaluating neighbourhood patterns, and estimating the “walkability” for projects based on road infrastructure. GIS-Based Line of Sight or Shadow Analysis is used to determine the desirability of a proposed design. 

Smart Application development

Web-based applications developed using GIS, IoT and AI technologies provide all the information one wants to know about a location, service or resource. GISKernel has developed a wide spectrum ofsmart city applications, ranging from risk monitoring to traffic management

Smart traffic management

GIS play a role in reducing energy consumption with efficient transportation solutions. Saving commuters time on the road with proper navigation can avoid congestion and reduce emissions. The concentration of accidents on different road segments and risks can be understood from georeferencing road accidents. 

Digital Twins

Digital Twin can optimize decision-making and help govern a city in an effective manner. It allows the simulation of plans, from urban planning to land-use optimization, exposing problems before their implementation. 

Water and air quality monitoring

Real-time monitoring helps in understanding the spatial distribution of quality parameters, identifying pollution sources, and implementing effective management strategies 

Resource Management

Monitor environmental factors, GIS aids in estimating waste generation, clustering areas based on demand, identifying temporary or primary storage locations, optimizing waste collection routes, and identifying suitable sites for processing and landfills.

Transforming Cities with GIS Innovation

Open-Source Tool

To identify risk levels


For Detecting Encroachments

Web and Mobile

Application for resource management

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