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April 5th, 2011
SuperGeo to Exhibit at Map Malaysia and Map Middle East in April 2011

Jointly organized by “GIS Development” and “Lands and Surveys Department Sabah”, the event will take place during April 5-6 in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. On the other hand, featuring “Regional Spatial Data Infrastructure and Capacity Building”, Map Middle East 2011 provides an international platform for geospatial communities to look into diverse aspects in the vast region.

Co-organized by the Centre for GIS, the Ministry of Municipality & Urban Planning – State of Qatar, the event will welcome global visitors in Doha during April 17-19, 2011. SuperGeo Malaysia, the first subsidiary company of SuperGeo Technologies, will be demonstrating the latest SuperGIS software along with the applications by a strong team. Since its establishment, SuperGeo Malaysia has successfully expanded the service area by recruiting sub-dealers in dissimilar professional domains.

The event is expected to further broaden SuperGeo’s network in the Malaysian market. Having built strong connectivity in the Middle East, SuperGeo will co-exhibit with its important partners from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Oman, etc, to introduce the applications of SuperGIS technologies. These enterprises will also explore the future and challenges in the geographic information industry and exchange opinions with the GIS experts from the Middle East region. More information of Map Malaysia, please visit http://mapmalaysia.org/ More information of Map Middle East, please visit http://www.mapmiddleeast.org/