We use Geographical Information System (GIS) as a tool for any discipline which handles our data that can be connected with geographical locations, such as in country, regions, communities, or co-ordinates. Our systems have been developed rapidly in the past and today more user-friendly than in the past.

With Jaguza advantage of mapping the locations of farms and other facilities with animals is obvious. In an outbreak of a disease it could make the management of the situation easier, and it could also provide a tool to evaluate different strategies to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. We use Geographical Information System (GIS) in the field of surveillance and monitoring of animal diseases this help us in recording and reporting information, epidemic emergency, cluster analysis, modelling disease spread, and planning control strategies. Different sources of data; geographical data, farm locations and disease information.

We also use GIS to produce maps of disease incidence, prevalence, and mortality, morbidity on farm, region, or national levels. The information is more easily understood when visualized on a map. Because information on diseases often tends to be aggregated (from information on each individual herd to municipality or county level) the information loses some of its value. If the information is mapped at the farm level, only small parts of a region can be visualized at the same time. In case of an outbreak of an infectious disease, GIS can provide an excellent tool for identifying the location of the case farm and all farms at risk within a specified area of the outbreak.