The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Law of the Government of Singapore. SLA optimises land resources for Singapore's social and economic development. The SLA was formed on 1 June 2001 when the Land Office, Singapore Land Registry, Survey Department and Land Systems Support Unit were merged. With the vision of 'Limited Land, Unlimited Space', SLA is responsible for maximising Singapore's land resources, by: SLA has two functional roles: developmental and regulatory. SLA also operates GeoWorks, Southeast Asia's first geospatial industry centre. As a co-working space, GeoWorks aims to nurture and strengthen the geospatial ecosystem in Singapore and beyond, bringing together MNCs, scale-ups and government agencies through partnership, collaboration and innovation. The GeoWorks GeoInnovation Programme is home to more than 20 startups and scale-ups in geospatial and related domains, including artificial intelligence, drones, autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, virtual reality, geospatial analysis, satellite imagery and route optimisation. GeoWorks is located at mTower. More information...

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