- LAND ACQUISITION MONITORING SYSTEM FOR A STEEL PLANT
- GIS BASED FOREST DIVISIONAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
- CITY MASTER PLAN INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR BHUBANESWAR
- GIS BASED DISTRICT WELFARE SCHEME MONITORING
- PLANNING OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEM FOR DHENKANAL
- URBAN WATER SUPPLY INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR SAMBALPUR TOWN
ArcelorMittal India Ltd. the Indian outfit of the world renowned Steel Industry ArcelorMittal proposed a 12MTPA steel plant in the Keonjhar District of Odisha. The Steel Plant was planned over 7500 acres of land covering about 7000 acres in the plant and about 500 acres to develop the township involving about 25000 number of plots. The project area covered 15 numbers of revenue villages affecting 3500 families. Besides the project also involved 675 acres of land for Resettlement & Rehabilitation purpose. The process involved acquisition of private land as well as alienation of Government Land within the project area. Geographic Information System (GIS) based systematic approach was undertaken to execute, monitor and control such vast area of land. The web GIS based Land Acquisition Monitoring System was developed to facilitate universal accessibility of project land information on updated status on land acquisition/ alienation stages which was essential for effective decision making by the authorities even from the corporate office at Luxemburg. The development process involved generation of the land geo-database, development of web GIS application with features for remote assimilation of data, generation of map based information on land acquisition/ alienation, generation of reports and chart for decision support.
The system helped in
- Remote Assimilation & dissemination of up-to-date ground land information on near-real time basis through web technology
- Decision Support through web GIS based Analytics to extract quick and accurate land information based on real-time up-to-date database for efficient decision making.
- Visual Planning and Monitoring/ Tracking of the land acquisition process for entire project/ plant units/ utility corridor levels