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November 8th, 2011
SuperGIS Selected by Public Works Department in Arunachal Pradesh, India

Located in the far northeast in India, Arunachal Pradesh is the important gateway of India adjacent to Mainland China, Bhutan, and Myanmar. The Public Works Department in the State of Arunachal Pradesh is a branch of the Central Public Works Dept. in India, in charge of the construction of roads, bridges, buildings all over the State.

In order to facilitate the efficiency of the construction site managing and infrastructure planning, the Public Works Department hopes to utilize GIS technologies to enhance the spatial analysis and processing. After the recommendation of RSI SOFTECH, the Department selected SuperGIS Desktop 3. Read More