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June 28th, 2011
SuperGeo to Release SuperGIS Desktop 3.1

On the basis of brand new SuperGIS Engine 3, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 exhibits more efficient functions in spatial data management, which differentiate SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 than the previous version, SuperGIS Desktop 3.0.  

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 contains two versions, Standard version and Professional version. In addition to the entire functions of Standard version, Professional version also supports Topology Analysis, reinforces geodatabase management, and provides VBA customization.  

To be more precise on the functions of SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 Professional version, Topology Analysis supports to generate topological relationship for spatial data that can be applied to further spatial analysis.  

In terms of geodatabase management, this version enables reading, uploading and editing the vector data in database. It also supports to add and edit the vector data in the database which is used by multi-users. 

What is more, the VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) customization tools built in the Professional version of SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 allow users to build their own GIS platforms by developing GIS tools.  

For more information about SuperGIS Desktop 3.1, visit www.supergeotek.com, or contact [email protected].