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August 2nd, 2016
Supergeo Will Showcase Latest Geospatial Solutions at GSDI 15

The global GIS software and solution provider, Supergeo Technologies Inc., will bring the latest geospatial solutions and products at GSDI 15 world conference in Taipei, Taiwan.

The Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI) World Conference is an international event held by GSDI Association since 1996, which the goal is to provide networking opportunities for spatial data infrastructure specialists. This year, the GSDI 15 World Conference will be held in Taipei, Taiwan, from November 29th to December 2nd. During this event, Supergeo will showcase the newest geospatial solutions and products, including the upcoming SuperGIS Server 3.3, SuperGIS Desktop 10, high-precision mobile GIS series, and also the result of a major government project, TGOS. Developed by Supergeo and awarded by international prizes, the Taiwan Geospatial One-Stop Portal (TGOS) is a web portal that integrates spatial data from different government units and provides various free web GIS services for applications. The TGOS web services include geocoding, base maps, spatial query, heat map, 3D bird’s-eye view, etc., helping citizens to utilize and analyze spatial data and make insightful decisions.

By exhibiting at this important event, Supergeo not only wishes to highlight its robust and affordable solutions but also likes to connect and to exchange ideas with global geospatial experts. Welcome to visit Supergeo’s booth (A10) from November 29th to December 2nd at GSDI 15 in Taipei.

Learn more about various solutions of Supergeo:
http://www.supergeotek.com/Library_GISApplication.aspx
Watch the demo video of TGOS 3D map:
https://youtu.be/Fo2FLz98XjQ