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August 7th, 2014
Philippine National Irrigation Systems Upgrades Parcel Maps by SuperGIS Desktop

With the assistance of RASA Surveying, Supergeo partner in the Philippines, National Irrigation Systems (NIA) utilizes SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 to upgrade parcellary maps of 10 selected irrigation systems nationwide, to clarify and correct landholdings size and owners listing.

In terms of parcel data update, GIS professionals at NIA overlay old parcellary map and satellite imagery on SuperGIS Desktop to fast rectify the images and digitalize the needed parcel maps. Also, the Land Parcel Editor tool in SuperGIS Desktop can help users rapidly establish parcel maps, create new column of parcel features, like land lot type, number and construction, to manage parcel data in an efficient way.

By upgrading the parcellary maps of the irrigation systems, officers not only update and complete the geospatial database, but also highly increase the service coverage of irrigation, clarify accounting information of irrigation systems, better plan future water deliveries, and also upgrade agriculture production efficiency by using GIS technologies.

To experience SuperGIS Land Parcel Editor, download free trial