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  • Application Procedures Visit in MaCGDI

    Please submit your application to:

    • Pengarah
    • Pusat Infrastruktur Data Geospatial Negara (MaCGDI)
    • Kementerian Sumber Asli Dan Alam Sekitar
    • Aras 7 & 8, Wisma Sumber Asli,
    • No. 25, Persiaran Perdana, Presint 4,
    • 62574 PUTRAJAYA

  • Can university students apply for geospatial data through the MyGDI program?

    • Yes, students at public universities can apply for fundamental geospatial data shared through the MyGDI program for free and applications must be submitted by the Dean of their respective Universities. However, sharing and dissemination of geospatial information among academician depends on the consent of the APD involved.

  • How can geospatial data pricing be determined through the MyGDI program?

    • Each Custodian and data provider agencies required to have price rates for geospatial data and/or products for the purpose of sharing and dissemination. The data pricing is not profit-based but only focuses on return on cost in data production. Please refer to MyGDI Implementation Circular No. 1 of 2005 entitled Geospatial Data Pricing and Distribution Guidelines as a guide for agencies in determining geospatial information prices.

  • How do other government agencies obtain information regarding the preparation of geospatial data product specifications?

    • Government agencies can obtain a soft copy of the guidelines downloaded via MyGeoportal or email to the Policy and Outreach Section for hard copies based on the remaining stock.

  • How is geospatial data-sharing through MyGDI being implemented?

    • The geospatial data-sharing through MyGDI is either paid, partial or free of charge, as determined by data provider agencies in accordance with the relevant act / regulation. However, geospatial data-sharing through MyGDI is free for G2G (Government Agencies with Government Agencies) for basic geospatial data. Whereas for G2B (Government Agencies with Private Agencies) and G2C (Government Agencies with the Public), geospatial data-sharing are paid and need to be referred directly through the relevant Data Provider agencies (APD).

  • How to access FGD data?

    • FGD data is accessible to registered users under the MyGDI program through the MyGDI Data Services application. Currently, FGD data sharing is only available to government agencies.

  • Do users need to sign up to use the UPI application?

    • No. The UPI application is open to the public.

  • Does MaCGDI provide code and land administration boundary information? How is this information shared with users?

    • Yes. UPI application can be accessed via:: Users can download the list of land administration code and domain names in pdf and excel format through the download functionality provided in the application. Data sharing in spatial format is also available through formal application to MaCGDI. Please refer to .

  • Does the UPI Application display the lot numbers and other information on land lots?

    • No. The UPI application only displays the code structure and boundary names of the land administration such as State, District, District / City / Town and Section. Information about the location of lot numbers is not displayed in this application.

  • Has the pronunciation audio of geographical names and jawi images in the MyGeoName application module been reviewed and verified?

    • Yes. The jawi spelling image in the MyGeoName application has been reviewed and verified by the Munsyi Dewan (Jawi), an individual who has been commissioned by the Language and Literature Council (DBP) to carry out the jawi spelling transliteration work. Pronunciation audio of geographical names in Official Malay and Local Dialects has been verified by linguists who have been appointed by MaCGDI and approved by DBP.

  • How can users get information about MS1759?

    • The MS1759 application can be accessed via: Alternatively, users can also purchase the Malaysian Standard MS1759: 2015, Geographic Information/ Geomatics - Feature and Attribute Codes document through the Department of Standard Malaysia.

  • How does MyGeoMap Application give benefit to the public?

    MyGeoMap is an application that provides geospatial information from Government and private agencies to the public. It is a one stop center for public users to search various information and locations related to Government premises. The application also provides a crowdsource function that allows public users to share information about floods, clinics and restaurants. In addition, there is also a navigation function that provides route information from one location to another. MyGeoMap is available and accessible at any time through web and mobile applications.

  • How can I contact the secretariat for further feedback and questions?

    All feedback and questions should be directed to:

    Policy and Outreach Section

    • Malaysia Centre for Geospatial Data Infrastructure (MaCGDI) Ministry of Water, Land and Natural Resources Level 7 & 8, Wisma Sumber Asli No. 25, Persiaran Perdana, Precinct 4 Federal Government Administrative Centre 62574 Putrajaya, MALAYSIA .
    • Tel : 03-8886 1209.
    • Fax : 03-8889 4851.