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July 3rd, 2012
SuperGeo Attended Taiwan Geographic Information Symposium 2012

During the event, the company showcased the latest SuperGIS software including SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 with the specialized extension products, SuperPad 3.1, the fully functional mobile GIS applications and the latest version of SuperGIS Server 3.1 which is scheduled to be release in Q3. The related GIS applications were also showcased to increase the ideas and usage of extensive GIS technologies.

In addition, SuperGeo was specially invited to make the introduction of SuperGIS software including the Android-powered mobile GIS software, SuperSurv3 and Mobile Cadastral GIS. The presentation has caught the attendees’ attentions and brought further opportunities of directly promoting the products to them.  

By participating the event, visitors are not only able to experience the GIS innovations but also learn how GIS technology can be employed in urban planning, disaster prevention and monitoring, intelligent transportation systems, and tourism management. SuperGIS software is created in Taiwan and known globally, and therefore became the highlight of the annual GIS event in the nation.

More information about SuperGIS software, please visit: http://www.supergeotek.com/products_all_product_list.aspx