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September 17th, 2013
Takahashi Spatial Research Institute, Japan Accelerates Research Work with SuperGIS Desktop 3.1

In addition to offering advanced processing capabilities, plentiful GIS tools, and new graph add-on, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a helps users develop a custom GIS platform which enables researchers to quickly obtain the needed information from massive amount of historical data and consequently to see what changes occurred from two points in time for conducting spatial research.  

SuperGIS Toolkit in SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a also allows GIS experts to design and define geoprocessing workflow to efficiently process, display, and analyze spatial and attribute data, imagery, as well as historical maps of different chronological periods for producing reliable and optimal research results.

To stimulate steady sales growth in Japan, Supergeo has collaborated with ISTS (Information & Science Techno System Co.) to market SuperGIS software through offering technical training sessions and encourage the use of GIS technologies, help users overcome spatial issues that affect their life or organizational operations, and therefore inspire more GIS innovative applications.

For more product information about SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a, please visit: http://www.Supergeotek.com/productpage_SG3.aspx