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RAK picks Indian GIS following pilot project

The Ras Al-Khaimah e-Government Authority (EGA) is to spend a reported US$3 million on implementing an enterprise geographic information system (GIS) for Ras Al-Khaimah.

The Ras Al-Khaimah e-Government Authority (EGA) is to spend a reported US$3 million on implementing an enterprise geographic information system (GIS) for Ras Al-Khaimah.

The GIS from the India-based Navayuga group is expected to go live within the next 18 months and follows a pilot project carried out last year.

Dr Hashem Ar-Refaei, director general, EGA and IT advisor at the government of Ras Al Khaimah said: "The enterprise GIS is a very prestigious project for RAK. Navayuga's solution was chosen because it was comprehensive and developed with a detailed understanding of our requirements."

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