UDC utilises pioneering technolgy in collaboration with world leader Esri
UDC a frontrunner public sector agency in use of mapping software for attractions L-r Robert Stephens, Deputy General Manager, Subsidiaries Management and Revenue Generation, Urban Development Corporation (UDC), Mark Codling, GIS Infrastructure Manager, Spatial Data Management Division, Bryan Austin, Director of Geographic Information Systems and Prudence Shakespeare Miller, Spatial Data Analyst at UDC, share lens time with principals from Esri, leading mapping solutions provider from Florida, USA, represented by Heath Hill, Business Development Manager and Juan Carlos, Solutions Engineer. Nicola Lake, Senior Geo-Spatial Solution Specialist at Spatial Innovation Limited (Esri local representative) is at right . The occasion was a required technical knowledge transfer session held on September 20, 2016 as stipulated by the Esri/GoJ Enterprise Licence Agreement (ELA) signed in 2015. The Corporation is the first Jamaican Government entity to apply the Esri based technology to create an interactive story mapping application. This application is an public engagement tool used to market and sensitise existing and potential visitors about our varied world renown attractions such as Dunn’s River Falls and Green Grotto Caves both in St. Ann, Reach Falls in Portland and Fort Clarence Beach in St. Catherine among others.