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December 10, 2015
SuperGIS Desktop Supports Italian Waste Management Organization

December 10, 2015 — The global GIS solution and software provider, Supergeo Technologies Inc. announces that ATO2 – Ancona, a regional waste management organization in Italy, has selected SuperGIS Desktop as their solution to process geospatial data.

Located in Ancona City, Marche region of Italy, Assemblea Territoriale d’Ambito – ATO2 was established in 2009. Composed of various communities in Ancona Province, ATO2 – Ancona is an integrated organization aimed at building a waste management and pollutant control system with a universal tariff and standard.

For modern waste management organizations, processing and analyzing data through GIS software is a crucial ability. By depicting the data geospatially, analysts can easily find the impact area of pollutants and wastes with various tools in GIS software. Equipped with buffer and spatial interpolation tools, SuperGIS Desktop can help environmental specialists find impacted locations and areas, delineated by different pollution types. Users can combine other tools, such as overlay or raster calculator, to discover the magnitude of possible interaction between different pollutants. As a solution provider, Supergeo also supplies mobile GIS services that are suitable for field workers. By carrying smart devices, professionals from environmental organizations can create, edit and upload geo-data in the field effectively. An integrated GIS solution can simplify the workflow of waste management and pollutant control, and allow citizens to enjoy cleaner water and fresher air.

Learn more about environmental solutions from Supergeo: http://www.supergeotek.com/Library_GISApplication_NaturalResources.aspx

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