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May 18th, 2012
Mobile GIS Application for Aborigine Tourism Guide System

The Seediq is one of the Taiwanese aboriginal races. The movie, “Seediq Bale” describes how the Seediq suffered from long-term military crackdown and fought against the external forces during the Japanese rule of Taiwan, which has successfully awakened the audiences’ interests in this aboriginal race.

Taking the advantage of easy portability and information accessibility, smart phones and mobile devices become a useful tool for promoting tourism businesses and industries. The project developed with GIS technologies tends to integrate and distribute plentiful cultural information of the Seediq.

Using SuperGIS Mobile Tour, SuperGeo helps the University build “The Seediq Tribe Tourism Guide System”. The procedure to build the application includes 4 stages, Pre-procedure, System Building, System Modification, and System Accomplishment. From preparing layers, creating the routes, to deploying the application with rich tribal data, the system can be utilized easily on smartphones.

Through accessing the tourism guide system, users can obtain the tourist information with plenty of photos and detailed text introductions while visiting the tribal area. In addition, the system also supports tour routes planning function, which can assist tourists in handling the direction clearly.
 
For more information about the application story, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/Library_2_201205.aspx

SuperGIS Mobile Tour has Android and Windows Mobile version both. For more product information, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/ProductPage_SMT3.aspx