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  1. A Presentation On Land Use Planning in Gujarat State Government of Gujarat

  2. APPROACH : GEO-SPATIAL SYSTEM BASED • Taking the State as a single unit to take care of connectivity / relation of various sectors of development. • All sectors dependent on land should be addressed for planning simultaneously. • Representation and details of database at 1:5000/10000 scale • Aggregation to required administrative and Natural Hierarchical units through a software mechanism • Segregation to individual parcel (Survey No.) through linkages of digitised village maps. • Geo-referencing and superimposition of various thematic layers • Criterion based analysis and Modeling to arrive at proper landuse • Atlases with Detailed Depiction and Explanation for thematic maps and plans

  3. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation Seamless mosaic Satellite Image Geo-referenced through GPS measurements

  4. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation Rural GIS :- Village maps (1:5000) superimposed on seamless mosaic of satellite data. This layer has been used as base map

  5. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation Selected Taluka Selected District Vadodara District Vadodara Taluka Fajalpur Village, Vadodara Taluka, Vadodara District Selected Village Survey nos. transferred on the plots Plot boundaries on Satellite image From Micro to Macro

  6. Soil Health Card - District: Amreli Taluka : Amreli Village : Gavdaka Survey No : 18 Micro level Planning

  7. Cadastral–level Available Phosphorus Status : Gavadka Village, Amreli Taluka Legend Low Medium

  8. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation 3-D images for entire state generated using IRS stereo data

  9. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation Irrigation GIS Road Information System Check dam Information System Mining Information System

  10. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation URBAN GIS Urban GIS

  11. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation

  12. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation Population, Household Size, Male Female Literacy Displaying demography (Variable Quantities) across villages Data Source : Census of India 2001

  13. Geo-spatial database: Conceptualization & creation Standardised datasets integrating natural, man made amenities at various levels of different hierarchy. VARIOUS HIERARCHIES Natural Administrative Political Resource Administration DISTRICT TALUKA Panchayat VILLAGE SURVEY NO. CIRCLES DIVISION SUBDIVISION SECTOR THEMATIC LEVELS SCALES PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY Panchayat CONSTITUENCY CONNECTIVITY ACROSS DEPARTMENTS

  14. Various Datasets Created for Planning and Decision Making • Landuse • Topography • Hydrology • Vegetation • Soil • Administrative Boundaries • Infrastructure – Transport & Communication, Canals, Water Supply, Power, Gas, etc. • Ownership Details • Socio-Economic Facilities • Legal Acts and Frameworks • Environmental Map • Technical Feasibility for Particular use • ●●●●●● 100s of layers • Created Using • SATELLITE DATA, • DEPARTMENTAL Datasets USE - INFORMATION - PLANNING - DECISION-MAKING Datasets are: STANDARD, COMPATIBLE, EASILY RETRIEVAL These Datasets can be used to derive: NEW DATASETS AND LAYERS Above is done at BISAG through collaborative efforts.

  15. Frame work for Regional planning SECTORS SECTORS BASELINE STUDY Agriculture DATA COLLECTION AND COMPILATION SATELLITE DATA THEMATIC LAYERS COLLATERAL DATA INVENTORY AND MAPPING GOVERNMENT PLANS AND FUTURE VISION RESEARCH BASED DEVELOPMENT MODEL LEGAL FRAMEWORK ANALYSIS REVIEW WORKSHOPS -In collaboration with concerned Sector IDENTIFICATION OF CRITERIONS FOR ANALYSIS PLACE BASED TIME BASED CONDITION BASED Environment Social Economic QUANTIFICATION OF IMPACTS IDENTIFICATION OF : ISSUES PROPOSALS STRATEGIES Water Resources Review/ Plan of Action – Workshops Issues Sufficiency of data Resolution Parameters/criteria used End to End Exercise Expert Opinion Models – Incorporation Policy and Plans Execution Plan Development Plan Modifications Required For each Sector OUTPUT Wastelands Execution Plan; Area based Location based Strategies Reserved areas Zoning Priority areas Conservation areas Suitable Technology application areas Allocation Development Forests Fisheries Coastal Env Infrastructure Minerals Industries Urban Social Amenities

  16. Satellite Data (High Resolution) Data from Govt. Departments Settlements Demography INTERPRETATION Proposed Industries/ Developmental Infrastructure Road/ Rail Map (1:25,000 scale) Industrial Zones/ SEZs Ports (Existing/ Proposed) Social Amenities ATTRIBUTE INFORMATION CATEGORISATION Category wise Road/ Rail Atlas CRITERIA MODELS Traffic Volume Studies Trip Distribution Models etc. Proposals for Category Change Widening & Upgradation of Roads New Rural Connectivity Network Management INFRASTRUCTURE INFRASTRUCTURE

  17. Priority of Watersheds Action Plan of Watersheds Watershed Development Concept Socio-Economic Indicators Agricultural Technology Agricultural and Forestry Practices / Options Natural Resource information and its analysis in GIS Field Survey data Post implementation Satellite Data Monitoring & Evaluation of watersheds

  18. Various GIS datasets

  19. Various GIS datasets Availability of GIS Spatial Layers

  20. Village Map of MGNREGS Planning

  21. Land Selection Methodology Land Selection Methodology Availability of Land Government Private land CPCB/GPCB Guidelines Subtract Double Crop Non Discretionary Parameters Area to be Avoided Habitats Ind. estates Existing Structures Investment Site Suitability Investment Site Suitability Investment Site Suitability Physical/Social Infrastructure Superimposed Infrastructure Environment Infrastructure GPCB Zoning Atlas Discretionary Parameters Regional balance / feedback Strategic

  22. Convergence of various technologies in MGNREGS Web based GIS monitoring system at village level Plan Maps in GIS GPS Web based GIS Monitoring And Evaluation System Mobile Coordinate of Assets MGNREGA MIS Data updation Remote Sensing Satellite Imagery Security Spatial Report Biometrics (under implementation)

  23. District: Narmada Taluka: Sagbara Village: Amiyar

  24. District: Narmada Taluka: Sagbara Village: Amiyar

  25. VILLAGE GIS (Initiated)

  26. VILLAGE GIS House Location and Details of Toilet Facility

  27. Gamtal & Amenities VILLAGE GIS

  28. Applications User specific maps Site Suitability Customized GIS 2D, 3D Geo-spatial database Yes / No Decisions Planning Digital Atlases Thematic Integration Applicable to each Sector / Department

  29. Major GIS Applications • Municipal GIS • School GIS • Environmental GIS • MGNREGA GIS • Coastal GIS • Election GIS • Decentralized Planning GIS • Health GIS • Police GIS • Investor Support system • Road GIS • Panchayats GIS • Disaster Management (SDRN) • Cadastral/Land Bank GIS • Water Resources GIS • Water Supply GIS • Animal Husbandry GIS • Agriculture GIS • Electricity GIS • Watershed GIS

  30. Academy of Geo-Informatics for Sustainable Development : An Initiative for Capacity Building Department of Science and Technology Government of Gujarat Department of Science and Technology Government of Gujarat

  31. Geo-informatics Applications : Implementation Mechanism • Ownership/ Control of projects with user departments • Integration of Domain Knowledge with Geo-spatial datasets and Technology through collaboration/Partnership • Compatibility of sectoral datasets on large scale(1:5000 for rural and 1:1000 for urban) and Standardisation • Multipurpose and multi-hierarchical common Geo-spatial database through seamless integration • Co-registered multi-year,multi-date,multi-sensor satellite data for solving complex problems • Simple to use systems on in-house developed Software at low cost on both desktop and intranet • Integrated solution (ERP) through of Different technologies like GIS, Remote sensing, Image Processing, Photogrammetry, GPS, Mobile, MIS, etc • Large scale Grass root level applications • Development of 3D Applications for 3D modeling and analysis • Awareness creation and dissemination of information at grass root level through satellite communication.

  32. Landuse Planning : Policy and Institutional Mechanism CommonMan Sustainable Development E-connectivity Functionaries Problem Definition Policy Guidelines Domain inputs Plan DSS Monitoring Institutionalization Recipient Agency Funding Government Land use plan Data Criteria Info Resources Processes Technology Provider (BISAG) Bringing Relevance Technologyfor mass usability Capacity Building And Delivery Affordability Adoptability Acceptability

  33. Gujarat Spatial Data Infrastructure Establishing Gujarat Spatial Data Infrastructure Geo-spatial Data Develop standards, specifications Mechanism for regular updation Develop tools for effective database management Future applications visualisation GUJARAT SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE Platform infrastructure and Capacity Easy human computer interaction Develop simple, easy tools Hardware Software Open source/In-house software to integrate GIS, MIS, GPS, mobile computing, DSS Research to make the solutions operational Convergence of Technologies and Domains ISO 9001:2008 ISO 27001:2005

  34. Thank You