Ho Chi Minh City Department of Natural Resources and Environment
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Natural Resources and Environment is the specialized agency for the management of natural resources and environment, including land, water resources, mineral resources, geology, environment, hydrometeorology, climate change, cartography, integrated and unified management of sea and islands, managing and organizing the implementation of public services related to the Department’s functions.
  • To closely and promptly monitor the overview data of all monitoring stations, numbering more than 90 is a problem of time and manpower and it is necessary to ensure timely data updates.
  • Making regular reports according to models issued by regulatory agencies is not optimal because it takes time to collect and integrate data and apply the required calculations.
  • Historical data lookups are difficult with large amounts of data from many monitoring stations.
  • Also, information needs to be shared with many departments and different stakeholders within the same organization.
  • The page shows an overview of the data status of the multiple stations at the same time.
  • Visually display the locations of monitoring points on the map with real-time color threshold alarms.
  • The reports are based on samples issued previously, from which the appropriate formulas have been established.
  • Historical lookups with optional time and station selection based on all automatic monitoring data are easy.
  • Information sharing can be set according to functions and software access accounts.
  • Online reliable data collection for fast monitoring and decision making.
  • Flexible real-time data lookup and history help verify when something goes wrong.
  • The end-user report templates can minimize the time it takes to search for data and export the report.
  • Increase the level of security by setting appropriate access features for users.
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