Geographic Information System for Industrial Areas
The implementation of the Eco-Industrial Development (EID) approach in industrial areas requires comprehensive information. This includes technical data to be stored in a database as well as geographical information to be stored and handled in a Geographical Information System (GIS). Because of the technical data and geographical information, a GIS also addresses environmental and safety officers concretely. Purposes of a GIS are:
- Visualization of information stored in a database in a spatial context: e.g. presentation of the performance of the industrial area with regard to environmental qualities; status of utilities (STP interconnection, power lines etc.)
- Facilitation of planning and management in the economic zone: e.g. with regard to disaster risk management (spatial display of relevant infrastructures, display of specific risks, risk analysis).
- Support of investment promotion: e.g. display of vacant lots and their features on a platform accessible for potential investors or companies.
Phase of intervention
Operating SIA, Management
Level of intervention
Industrial area management and operator, Municipalities
Outline for PEZA GIS.pdf (13.81 KB)
ToR for PEZA GIS.pdf (39.45 KB)
Annex 1 ToR Standard Data Catalogue PEZA GIS.pdf (58.96 KB)
Annex 2 ToR Report Catalogue PEZA GIS.pdf (32.91 KB)
Annex 3 ToR Capacity Development Course Characterisation PEZA GIS.pdf (42.69 KB)