ASMA has a wealth of air and water quality database stretching back to 1995. These data are generated on a continuous basis (24 hours a day) and are subject to very strict quality assurance procedures to ensure their precision and accuracy. With this enormous database, ASMA is thus, in a position to provide value-added measures, in the form of statistical analysis, dispersion modelling, trend analysis or forecasting, to ensure that the data and reports are custom-made to suit the varied needs of the customers.
In addition, ASMA also develops Geographical Information System (GIS) applications for environmental analysis and modelling. This technology adds a new dimension to the conventional methods of environmental analysis as it allows graphic visualizations of environmental variations in over a wide area