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January 7th, 2014
Supergeo to Continue Enhancing SuperGIS Mapping Software in 2014

 

In 2013, Supergeo has released a series of new products to assist enterprises and general users in effectively managing, publishing, analyzing, collecting, displaying GIS data. For instance, SuperGIS Server 3.1a Advanced Edition delivers more comprehensive advanced geoprocessing capabilities and analysis functions.

SuperGIS Toolkit in SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a and multiple map frame in SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 Beta were launched to improve decision-making. Besides, the release of mobile application, SuperSurv for iOS, extends the reach of GIS to a wider audience who uses Apple devices.

This year, Supergeo will focus on enhancing Geodatabase performance and Geoprocessing performance to help users process large-scale data in a faster and easier way. In addition, the structure of SuperGIS server products will be adjusted to meet Cloud computing deployment. Last but not least, SuperGIS 3D Earth Server 3.2 will enable organizations to manage, integrate, publish and display geographic data in 3D modeling environment.

Supergeo continuously updates technical resources on SGDN website, such as SuperGIS Server 3.1a API samples for customizing website and sample codes for customizing desktop platforms. Also, SuperGIS demo videos are available on SupergeoTV channel on Youtube to help users understand how they can benefit from using SuperGIS solutions to meet their diverse demands in industries.

Learn more about SuperGIS Mapping Software by visiting http://www.supergeotek.com/products_all_product_list.aspx