NEWARK CA, April 27, 2005: The LAVASA Corporation Limited, a company set up for the purpose of developing a hill station lake township near Pune in India, has commissioned RMSI to design and develop its Geo Spatial Infrastructure. Spread over 9000 acres of lush green hills, lakes and forests, the development of this ultra-modern real estate is supported by GIS and other enabling technologies in the community’s earliest stages.
The first phase of GIS is bringing users from varying backgrounds from site engineers, architects, urban planners, design teams, project managers, environmentalists, tourism professionals and salesmen to a common geo spatial platform. Users can access this web enabled GIS to view, query spatial / non-spatial data, create reports, and link documents to spatial features. 3D visualization and Spatial Analysis tools through ArcScene and Spatial Analyst allow users to get valuable 3-Dimensional analytical capabilities towards site selection and slope analysis.
RMSI and LAVASA are jointly working to define the road map for GIS implementation which charts out the components of the system from a present web-based GIS and a Document Management System to a municipal automation system to manage utility networks, generate utility billings, enable automated building permissions workflows, link customer relationship management (eCRM) systems, and build organizational ERP systems.
This investment in IT systems is expected to bring in benefits to various LAVASA stakeholders in terms of better efficiencies, reduced turnaround timings, customer satisfaction and innovative cost reduction practices.
Originating in Silicon Valley in 1992, the company was founded and is managed by alumni from Stanford University. Today, RMSI’s resource base comprises over 600 software, data and technology specialists. The company is part of one of the UK’s largest listed companies, the Daily Mail and General Trust plc. The combination of technical, financial, and human resource strengths, coupled with domain knowledge in many vertical markets, makes RMSI a unique global solution provider.
RMSI’s core competency lies in full-service GIS and spatial solutions. This is well supported by strong complementary competencies in application software services, data engineering, and spatial modeling and analytics. The ability to offer complete solutions, comprising data, software and engineering under one roof, is a key differentiator for the company. RMSI provides solutions to clients in industries ranging from telecommunications, land and property, and geology to engineering, mining and the government sector.
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