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UC Awards

UC Awards

Every year Esri honours the work of our users in the form of prestigious user recognition awards. These awards recognize user organizations who have applied geospatial technology innovatively to address the needs of their industries and communities, defining GIS best practices. Organizations that are honored span multiple domains from agriculture, forestry, cartography, climate change, defense and intelligence, economic development, education, government, health and human services, telecommunications, and utilities.

Making The Difference Award


Making the Difference award recognizes organization that leverages GIS technology to develop systems for the benefit of our society and impacting citizen’s lives.

National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organization (NATMO)

This award to NATMO is the result of exemplary work done in cartographic and geographical researches over years using Esri technology.

Special Achievement in GIS Award


SAG awards recognize users who have applied geospatial technology innovatively to address the needs of their industries and communities while defining GIS best practices.

Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM)

This award to MCGM is the result of exemplary work done for OneMCGM portal, a platform for hosting and sharing the GIS data of the different departments and citizen engagement and GIS integrator project implementation to bring all GIS data under a single umbrella for departments such as Sewerage Operation, Property tax, Estate Management, Disaster Management Unit and Education.

Bengaluru Electricity Supply Company Limited (BESCOM)

This award to BESCOM is the result of exemplary work done for GIS based asset mapping & consumer indexing which is one of the key modules of R-APDRP program.

Achievement in GIS Awards


West Bengal Accelerated Development of Minor Irrigation Project (WBADMIP)

This award to WBADMIP is the result of exemplary work done in development of Web GIS portal with an objective to enhance agricultural production of small and marginal farmers in West Bengal.

Karnataka State Remote Sensing and Application Centre (KSRSAC)

This award to KSRSAC is the result of exemplary work done for the Karnataka Geographic Information System (KGIS) program.

National Centre for Coastal Research (NCCR)

This award to NCCR is the result of exemplary work done in the flood warning system.

Bhubaneswar Smart City Limited (BSCL)

This award to BSCL is the result of exemplary work done in the Enterprise GIS implementation spanning various city functions such as property tax, e-governance and citizen centric app.

Best Paper Winners


Debajit-Mishra
In Pic (L to R) :Mr. Debajit Mishra and Mr. Harpreet Singh

Geospatial Data modeling for sanitizing the data on cultivated area and irrigated area of the State under ODIIS

Mr. Debajit Mishra
Eleza-Kollannur
In Pic (L to R) :Ms. Eleza Kollannur and Mr. Vijay Kumar

Improved Operational Efficiencies with Geospatial Analysis

Ms. Eleza Kollannur
Tejasvi-Nagaraj
In Pic (L to R) : Mr. Ravi Nishesh Srivastava and Mr. Tejasvi Nagaraj

Data Science simplified using ArcGIS API for Python

Mr. Tejasvi Nagraj

Best Student Paper Winners


Manoj-B-S-and-Hirak-Choudhary
In Pic (L to R) :Mr. Manoj B.S and Mr. Harpreet Singh

Location choice anaylisis for transit oriented development (tod): a case study of Kolkata

Mr. Manoj B.S & Mr. Hirak Choudhary
Rupali-R-Surase
In Pic (L to R) : Mr. Ravi Nishesh Srivastava and Ms. Rupali R. Surase

A Framework for crop type recognition based on spectral reflectance through spectral analysis techniques

Ms. Rupali R. Surase
Sukhjeet Kaur & Puneeta Pandey
In Pic (L to R) :Ms. Sukhjeet Kaur and Mr. Vijay Kumar

Mapping Spatial Dynamics of Urban Noise Pollution in Bathinda City, Punjab

Ms. Sukhjeet Kaur & Mr. Puneeta Pandey

Best Poster Winners


Sourav-Das-and-Suchismita-Paul
In Pic (L to R) :Ms. Suchismita Paul, Mr. Sourav Das and Mr. Harpreet Singh

A Glimpse of Kodaikanal Environment

Mr. Sourav Das and Ms. Suchismita Paul
Vasuprada
In Pic (L to R) :Mr. Ashok Vardhan and Ms. Vasuprada

Regions for artificial groundwater recharge suggested using GIS in Visakhapatnam district

Ms. Vasuprada
Reenu Sharma
In Pic (L to R) : Mr. Pradeep Kumar Litoria, Ms. Reenu Sharma and Mr. Vijay Kumar

Diverse application of revenue based data for large scale mapping & monitoring: Use of Geospatial Technology

Ms. Reenu Sharma