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October 8th, 2013
National Water and Sewerage Authority, Grenada Improves Services with SuperGIS

The advancement of Technology changes the way how people use and manage water resources. Today, water treatment makes water reusable for drinking water and industries. In this procurement, the GIS software allows NAWASA to fully integrate the hydrological and environment data for well monitoring the water sources on the island and therefore to ensure safe water supply to households and industries.

With powerful GIS tools and advanced data processing functions, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a helps NAWASA integrate and manage a variety of environmental information about Ecohydrology, water quality, land use, population distribution, etc. for making feasible decisions on water quality monitoring, water resource preservation, and sewages treatment projects.

SuperGIS Server 3.1a allows NAWASA to mashup and share spatial data, imagery, and GIS services owned by different departments, making GIS resources more accessible to improve organizational productivity. By using the server-based GIS software, NAWASA could benefit from greatly reducing the cost, time, and manpower required to complete routine tasks and strengthening decision making with up-to-date information and analysis.  

More information about SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/productpage_SG3.aspx