SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 and SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3 recently have been employed by Fisheries Commissions in Ghana and Liberia based on the recommendations of Centre for Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Services at the University of Ghana. SuperGIS technology enables the personnel at the Fisheries Commissions to develop a GIS system for fishery resource analyses and management.
Fishery is considered as one of the main economic sources in Africa; hence how to effectively plan and conserve marine resources for sustainable development becomes the major priority to the local governments. In this procurement, a GIS system is applied by the Fisheries Commissions in Ghana and Liberia to visualize, edit, and analyze the surrounding geographical distributions and marine living resources.
Not only performing high geoprocessing performance, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 also supports customization tools for administrators to develop a custom GIS platform for spatial data management including bathymetry, piers, disaster prevention and preparedness, etc. Besides, SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3 is used to carry out advanced spatial analyses for making accurate decisions.
With comprehensive GIS functions, sufficient technical support, and reasonable prices, SuperGIS software is ideal for providing clients with the best and affordable geospatial solutions in emerging markets, like Africa. In the near future, the company expects to broaden the business experiences worldwide, to supply a nice GIS alternative solution for global GIS users.
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