Technology Enhances SBMA Operations, Benefits Locators

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Technology Enhances SBMA Operations, Benefits Locators


Byline: EDU H. LOPEZ

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT ZONE The Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) has significantly improved its business and operational processes by deploying the latest technology that benefited locators and the different SBMA offices and departments.

Felicito C. Payumo, SBMA chairman said that the automation of the administrative and operational processes of SBMA had led to the awarding of an ISO certification by TUV.

One of the applications deployed by SBMA is the Ortho-Geographic Information System (GIS) that enhances the planning, monitoring, management and decision-making capability.

Payumo said the GIS technology provides valuable support for an efficient presentation of landbased information, physical development of the freeport and the strengthening of land development and administration.

The system also enables SBMA to plan alternative utilization of the existing land-based resources of the Subic Bay freeport zone.

GIS has helped SBMA to operate as a single enterprise by making data sharing an easy task among other SBMA departments.

The system has the capability to store, retrieve, analyze, model and map large areas with huge volumes of spatial data.

It is used for land use planning, utilities management, ecosystems modeling, landscape assessment and planning, transportation and infrastructure planning, market analysis, visual impact analysis, facilities management, tax assessment, real estate analysis and other applications. …

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