The tool gathers feedback from citizens, painting most compelling picture of their opinion about projects developed by city administrations.
Geometa has the «Automation of Territory Planning Documentation» module, which allows users to work with an up-to-date map of planning and surveying projects, taking into account all changes to them.
Read more about the Concept, which was developed by the Executive Committee of Kazan on the basis of Geometa.
In cities where a significant amount of snow falls, prompt cleaning of the streets is very important for the safety of residents and the economic well-being of businesses.
Today cities are recognizing the benefits of a green approach to urban planning to reduce air pollution and build natural environmental resilience. Today every city should work on improving green spaces and boosting the number of trees on their streets and in parks. Geometa can help successfully solve this task.
Thus, Geometa helps to develop a system of state measures aimed at increasing the productivity, reproduction, conservation and protection of forests, as well as enhancing the culture of forest management.
A lack of information on the location of heritage resources or the real need for heritage conservation can result in damage from the activities of construction projects. So it’s essential that works carried out nearby cultural resources are heritage-friendly. Geometa is an essential tool of decision making for conservation, protection, enhancement of cultural resources.
Geometa allows urban planners to focus on the importance of neighborhood planning. We have developed a tool, which we called «The devouring algorithm». The tool allows assessing the needs of residents in social facilities and modeling transformations.
The integrated municipal geoinformation system of Kazan city, created on the basis of Geometa, is designed to solve the city problems associated with the processing of spatial data. This is a single source of comprehensive information about the territory.
How the society appreciate new parks or parking lots? It is important to involve people in the process of making and implementing decisions and gets their opinion, to maintain sustainable development of the territory.
Tourists and residents leave a digital «footprint» since they take a lot of photographs in different city’s locations and upload them to social networks. This data can be analyzed to identify the main city’s attractions.