Supergeo is delighted to announce that its full-featured Desktop GIS Software- SuperGIS Desktop 3.3 is recently selected to help the agriculture productivity in Saint Kitts and Nevis.
Located in the Lesser Antilles, Caribbean Sea, Saint Kitts and Nevis is a twin-island nation that populates with fifty thousand people. It is the smallest country in both population and area among the Americas. The warm and humid Caribbean climate makes it an ideal place for tourism and tropical agriculture. But the growing production costs forces the local agriculture to upgrade its competitiveness.
Through a project called “Vegetable, Fruit, and Upland Crop Quality and Safety Improvement Project”, a foundation for international cooperation and development in Taiwan suggests that the officials from Saint Kitts and Nevis use SuperGIS Desktop and the extensions for farm management.
As one of the core products of Supergeo, SuperGIS Desktop is a practical, multifunctional, and affordable choice of Desktop GIS software, which has already been applied to various domains. Combining with the Spatial Analyst and Spatial Statistical Analyst, SuperGIS Desktop can improve the workflow and increase the productivity for farmers and agriculture companies. For example, users can map all facilities in the farm on the computer and allocate them in a more reasonable way. Furthermore, by using the spatial interpolation methods in Spatial Analyst and Spatial Statistical Analyst, the user can estimate the fertilization and the irrigation in a more precise and even way, avoiding the unstable quality in production. Also, when growing crops in mountain regions, the Spatial Analyst can analyze the aspect, slope, etc, helping users to utilize these areas more efficiently. In quick conclusion, SuperGIS Desktop products deliver an effective solution that solves agriculture problems with geographic insights.
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