Sustainable aquaculture requires a suitable aquaculture resource allocation system. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is an appropriate tool to implement in a flexible planning approach to facilitate resource allocation.This is because it incorporates physical, biological and economic parameters into specialized analyses. GIS is a useful tool for Aquaculture and Fisheries due to the spatial nature of the factors involved with fisheries operations & aquaculture development. GIS provides a support aid to managers built up with the outputs from the GIS, and perhaps other related material. It also allows managers to have a glimpse at opportunities for potential expansion of aquaculture sites and improvement of existing operations.
Remote sensing combined with GIS provides a visual assessment of site conditions. Site suitability and proximity analysis could be easily conducted using GIS as a tool. We can offer our clients an effective, sustainable detailed project planning for an aquaculture project by combining our expert knowledge of aquaculture with GIS and Remote Sensing. With our extensive experience in this field we are able to offer a complete knowledge based package to use as a tool in providing support for baseline audits and property transactions.