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July 30th, 2013
SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a Supports for Sustainable Agricultural and Plantation Programs in Malaysia

Due to the population growth and increasing food demand, usstainable agriculture becomes one of important global concerns. GIS technology not only allows the institution to resolve operational problems generated from its agriculture services and asset management but also greatly increases agricultural production without polluting the environment.
 
Featuring advanced processing capabilities, plentiful GIS tools, and new graph add-on for better interaction with graphs and map selection, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a helps the organization develop an agricultural decision support system to easily edit and manage field and crop data, as well as determine spatial variability of lands, soils, and crop with integrated data and analysis to increase food production through sustainable agriculture plans.

With the goal of embarking on aggressive overseas expansion in ASEAN, Supergeo will exhibit at Asia Geospatial Forum in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia this September to satisfy users’ growing demand for geospatial technologies. Attending this event will also be a valuable opportunity to facilitate direct communication with the local government sectors and the large enterprises for creating more international business opportunities.   

More information about SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a: http://www.supergeotek.com/productpage_SG3.aspx?Type=Key%20Features