This book highlights the current data management and challenges in Geoinformation. This book discusses the applications utilizing Geoinformation Science and Technology in solving problems encountered, including environmental management, asset management, securities management, and spatial standards. The book commences with an overview of Geoinformation‘s application of data management and analytics. The section next discusses spatial data management and analysis in relation to exhibiting spatio-temporal wave patterns. It then demonstrates how spatial data modelling may be used to visualize urban air pollution. In addition, the book touches on the use of Geoinformation in asset management and the computation of development fees for local governments. Next, the use of 3D models in Geoinformation is discussed. Readable topics also include the readiness of local governments to implement spatial standards and spatial indicators for assessing the environmental sustainability of low-cost housing. The content presented in this book includes a review of case study and 3D modelling of air pollution, integrating Geoinformation with asset management, and integrating spatial analytics in assessing environmental sustainability indicators.