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Inauguration of Digitalisation Facility at DSIIDC Wazirpur

13 December 2018, DSIIDC, Wazirpur 

Based on GIZ’s Toolkit – “Digitalisation in Development Cooperation and International Cooperation in Education, Culture and Media”, the Sustainable and Environment-friendly Industrial Production (SEIP) project of the Indo German Development Cooperation developed “Industrial Estates Digital Information System” to support the authorities and the industrial park management in Delhi to improve industrial park management and to systematically augment infrastructure & services. An exclusive facility on “Delhi Industrial Estate Digital Information System” was inaugurated by Mr. Sharat Kumar, Superintendent Engineer – Environment in DSIIDC, Wazirpur Office in the presence of many officials from DSIIDC. 

DSIIDC looks after four Industrial Areas located in Narela, Bawana, Patparganj and Okhla (phase III) of Delhi. The digital information system is an effort to compile all relevant information on industries and infrastructure and in the industrial estates so as to better monitor and manage the industrial estates, as well as carry out improvements in these industrial estates more objectively. The information system will help in strengthening of infrastructure and services and reducing pollution in the industrial areas, besides addressing the issues of better workspaces for employees, improved support systems for industries.

The Industrial Estates Digital Information System captures, stores, analyses, manages and presents all relevant spatial and attribute data for the industrial areas on one single platform. GIS (Geographic Information System) software is used to set up this platform along with the required computer hardware, software and trained manpower. The Industrial Estate Digital Information System uses the “Sustainability Standards for Industrial Parks” developed by GIZ as benchmarks for gathering and storing information. A team of DSIIDC staff have completed preliminary training and are now undergoing hands-on training.

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