Dubai’s Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Centre is working on an ambitious initiative that will allow tourists to better plan their travels to Dubai.
“The GIS Centre’s new project will provide updated data for the road network, which will make it easier for tourists to plan how to use the transportation network to move within Dubai,” explains project director Mahra Alketbi. “It’ll also provide updated data for many facilities of tourists’ interest, such as parks, beaches, historical and natural sites, and shopping centres.”
As part of aerial photography work a twin propeller, two-seat survey aircraft has been outfitted with high-resolution cameras. To construct the 3D map, the project will create a twin three-dimensional (3D) geospatial model, geographic data, and images of the emirate.
Projects like these are in keeping with Dubai’s Crown Prince and Executive Council Chairman Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s plans to convert Dubai into one of the world’s premier smart cities.
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