SLA invites tenderers to bid for an Intelligent Map System

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Singapore (15 September 2008) – The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) is inviting tenderers to bid for a project to design, develop and maintain a government-wide intelligent map system.

2          SLA, as Singapore’s spatial information authority, is embarking on an initiative to give the public and private sector a one-stop access to a wealth of government geospatial content from authoritative sources.

3          This will be a launch pad for government agencies to build their own map services using an Application Programming Interface (API) through which a common and consistent look-and-feel map interface can be created. It will also be the gateway for the private sector to tap on rich government content and mash it up with their own collection of spatial information to create services and to support enterprises’ business needs. Individuals can even use the maps for personal use, eg on their blogs.

4          The intelligent map service will power up mobility and decision-making via desktop and mobile devices. SLA is inviting industry partners to participate in this tender and propose innovative solutions. The deadline for proposals is 12 noon on 17 Nov 2008.  For more information, or to download the tender documents, please visit and search for ITT Ref No IDA(T)-728. You can contact Mr Lee Wei Choong, Manager, iServices, Land Information Centre ( for any enquiries on this tender.


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The Singapore Land Authority
15 Sept 2008