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July 3rd, 2013
Public Works and Agriculture Dept., Fujairah Improves Sustainability of Infrastructure with SuperGIS Solutions

Public works is the fundamental and first step towards a country’s economic development. Fujairah Public Works and Agriculture department plans to extend the life and durability of the infrastructures using GIS technologies and further achieve a balance with regard to environmental protection and economic goals.

In this procurement, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 helps the department develop a public works information system to visualize and manage spatial data for improved asset and work order management, planning, workflow, as well as greater organizational efficiency. In addition, SuperGIS Server 3.1 allows the department to deliver GIS capabilities and map services throughout the organization to increase the productivity when making crucial decisions.

Supergeo co-exhibited with Evolving GeoSystems at Middle East Geospatial Forum in March to widely promote SuperGIS software in the Middle East region. The two parties will continually encourage the use of GIS through product training to overcome spatial-related problems for users and gradually increase the regional market share.

For more information about SuperGIS GIS software please visit:  http://www.supergeotek.com/products_all_product_list.aspx