Because the mobile devices are often overloaded with multiple layers during the field tasks, SuperPad 3 now supports to directly display the cached images generated by SuperGIS Map Tile Tool to display the map effortlessly. In other words, the layers that will not be edited can be generated as cached images, and the images are displayed as the basemaps on SuperPad. In that case, the map performance can be greatly enhanced, and field surveyors can collect and edit the spatial data more efficiently as well.
SuperGIS Map Tile Tool is the add-on of SuperGIS Desktop 3.1; if you would like to accelerate the map display performance on SuperPad 3, it needs to cooperate with SuperGIS Map Tile Tool on SuperGIS Desktop 3.1.
The latest SuperPad 3.0a is going to be launched in September. If you would like to have more detail information, please visit our website www.supergeotek.com or e-mail us[email protected].