The story of the subsequent utilization of Aizuwakamatsu City integrated GIS, which was born in the wake of the Great East Japan Earthquake
In this program, I introduce some examples of how we solve administrative problems using resident points, a feature of the GIS operated by our city, and how we deal with COVID19 using GIS.
Resident points are plots of basic resident register information on a map as GIS points. All the information of about 120,000 residents is maintained on GIS, which was born from the experience of the Great East Japan Earthquake. In order to provide safety and security to the residents and improve their lives, we have placed "people" at the center of the system, and by placing resident points in geospatial space, the city staff can feel each citizen as a real person. This has created the communication with residents and the possibility of new activities.
Graphic artists : Naoko Shinagawa/Hikari Okoshi