App BLUIS To Check Land Encroachment Wins National Award

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App To Report Encroachment of Government land Wins National Award
App To Report Encroachment of Government land Wins National Award

January 06

App BLUIS To Check Land Encroachment Wins National Award

 Land Use Intelligence System (BLUIS), a 5T project launched by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on 8 July 2020, and implemented by Government in General Administration and Public Grievance Department in collaboration with BDA, BMC and ORSAC  was conferred with the National e-Governance Gold category Award by Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of Personnel in the 24th National Conference on e-Governance organized by Government of India at Hyderabad today.

The award was received by Additional Chief Secretary and Agriculture Production Commissioner Sanjeev Chopra, along with Chief Executive Officer ( CEO), ORSAC Prafulla Mallik,, CEO, Odisha Adarsh Vidyalaya Prem Chandra Chaudhury, and Director of Estates Sushanta Kumar Mohanty.

The project uses cutting edge technology including satellite imagery and Artificial Intelligence to safeguard Government land in the Capital City.  BLUIS has competed with 89 high-tech projects of different State and Central Government agencies to emerge victorious.

While complementing the Department and ORSAC for the accomplishment, Chief Secretary Suresh Chandra Mahapatra advised to have more of the innovative technological applications for supporting the quick and informed decision making.  He also directed to replicate the application in other municipal corporations of the State.

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Additional Chief Secretary Sri Chopra said, “The app has user friendly interface for citizens and officials.  It has also scalable and replicable features and key information at finger tip on a dashboard. Citizens can use the app to report any suspected encroachment of the Government land”.

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CEO, ORSAC Sri Mallick said, “The app is backed by high resolution satellite data provided by ORSAC  identification of encroachments and  geo-tagging  of the Government land. A significant feature of BLUIS is that it enables crowdsourcing cases of unauthorized land use”.

Available data show, as of now 826 encroachment cases have been detected and 484 cases resoled through application of this technology. The app has also facilitated early grounding of developmental projects.

Director Estates Sri Mohanty mentioned that Government of Jharkhand and Assam sought the support of Odisha for implementing similar systems in Ranchi and Guwahati.

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