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Dr. Faisal Ahmad Khan

Dr. Faisal Ahmad Khan

BUITEMS, Pakistan

Spatially Visualizing the Developing World: GIS and its applications in emerging countries


Dr. Faisal Ahmad Khan is a tech leader and educationist. He is an Associate Professor and Co-Director of Decision Support System Lab at BUITEMS University Quetta. He is member of the Prime Minister’s Advisory Council on IT and Digital Economy. He has also served as the Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean at BUITEMS. His research interests include GIS applications, information security and cross-layer design in communication networks. He received MS and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Georgia Tech, USA. He received BS degree in Software Engineering and MS degree in Telecommunications from Bahria University Karachi. Dr. Faisla Ahmad Khan is a Fulbright fellow, British Council’s Momentum award recipient and Senior Member of IEEE Association USA.

He has been the founding chair of the IEEE International ICE Cube Conference and co-founder of the Quetta Literary Festival. He is the national council member of National Computing Education Accreditation Council and member of the Board of Directors Ignite National Technology Fund Pakistan.


Decision and policy making at the national and provincial requires a holistic use of information from a variety of sources. In the developed economies, the use of geographic information systems (GIS) has become critical in resource planning and economic development in a multitude of sectors across the public and corporate domains. Unfortunately, the diffusion of GIS in the developing countries is hampered by the lack of technical awareness, management, and political considerations compounded by the lack of accurate spatial and demographic data. This talk will cover an insight into the potential impact of the use of GIS in developing economies with case studies in a variety of sectors including health, environment, infrastructure development and others. An analysis of the diffusion of GIS in Pakistan’s perspective will be discussed by highlighting key areas for technical, administrative and policy measures that can serve as a way forward for an optimum planning and monitoring of resources and the economic progress of the country.