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May 16, 2016
Swiss Environmental Consulting Firm Chooses SuperGIS Desktop

Supergeo Technologies Inc., the GIS software and solution provider, announces that one of its core product, SuperGIS Desktop, was earlier selected by the Swiss consulting firm, Avis Vert, to process and analyze spatial data.

Avis Vert is an environmental engineering and consulting office, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. For years, this company has dedicated to executing various environmental projects, such as environmental impact analysis, urban ecology training courses, and river course improving plans.

GIS can help experts from different domains to gain spatial insights and achieve goals more efficiently. Taking ecological research as an example, professionals may find undiscovered relations between animal activities and landscapes by mapping wildlife habitats together with a topographic map. Environmental consulting firms can also conduct buffering and other geoprocessing quickly to identify the restricted areas of a construction project by GIS. By equipping an excluded extension, the Biodiversity Analyst, SuperGIS Desktop can offer extra advantages to companies like Avis Vert. This unique tool can help experts to assess the biodiversity of a region by calculating indices like species richness, diversity, and evenness. And the results could be illustrated and exported as density analysis charts, helping an overall environmental evaluation and impact estimation.

Learn more about Biodiversity Analyst of SuperGIS Desktop:
http://www.supergeotek.com/products_desktop_BA.aspx

Or contact us directly for more details:
staff@supergeotek.com

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