Lim LiyangSenior Manager, GeoSpatial Planning & Development
Singapore Land Authority
Liyang supports Singapore Land Authority’s geospatial planning and development department, responsible for delivering the geospatial data policies, programs and mechanisms for Singapore's National Spatial Data Infrastructure. His diverse portfolio includes carrying out geospatial master-planning, strategic workforce planning, driving data sharing, to implementing capacity building and geospatial innovation programs. He has also been invited to speak at the Master of Public Policy program at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy; and for the Centre for Liveable Cities, Singapore. Liyang graduated with a MBA at the Singapore Management University in 2016 and is a recipient of the SMU’s scholarship for community impact.
9:30 AM Updates on geospatial development in Singapore and how to bring geospatial adoption to the next level
- Examining how SLA takes a leadership role in building and implementing a strong governance and culture of leveraging on geospatial information amongst public and private sectors
- Analysing the geospatial initiatives to help support the fast-growing geospatial industry and promoting the prolific use of GIS in day-to-day operations of the public sector, to increase efficiency and productivity through seamless workflows
- Exploring potential benefits of geospatial analysis and predictive modeling in Singapore
- Eradicating inaccuracies and duplication in data collection, and building and sharing a reliable common knowledge repository