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May 24th, 2012
Indonesian Meteorological, Climatological & Geophysical Agency Chooses SuperGIS Desktop 3.1

SuperGeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, announced that Indonesian Meteorological, Climatological & Geophysical Agency (BMKG) employs SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 with the powerful GIS tools to integrate and visualize a variety of spatial data and statistics about meteorology.

The meteorology agency plays a vital role to the governments in delivering the information, early warnings, and official recommendations of meteorology. Established in 1984, BMKG is the non-departmental government agency focusing on monitoring environmental and climate changes and providing accurate weather analyses and forecasts to minimize the losses caused by natural disasters.    

BMKG utilized SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 to build a GIS platform for integrating meteorological information, conducting in-depth research in environment and climate change, and developing applications such as rainfall analyses, air quality monitoring, damage analyses for tsunami, flood analyses, etc.

Due to the rich natural resources, Indonesia is regarded as one of the most potential markets to multinationals in South-Asia. To exploit the potential for growth in the local GIS industry, SuperGeo will continually improves a strong relationship with Datascrip to promote the SuperGIS software and assists every client in solving difficulties while developing GIS applications.

For more information about Datascrip, please visit http://datascrip.com/
For more information about SuperGIS Desktop 3.1, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/products_DesktopGIS.aspx