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April 18th, 2012
SuperGIS Network Analyst Extension 3.0 Released Officially

SuperGIS Network Analyst 3.0 effectively helps users in all fields to perform different network analyses, such as transportation planning, shortest path for scenic spots, pipeline configuration planning, convenience store location, logistics, etc. Users can easily find the superior route planning or best site location according to the network analysis results.

Supporting the hierarchy setting, time window setting, and direction window, SuperGIS Network Analyst 3.0 allows users to accomplish their route planning more efficiently and find the satisfying results. In aspect of network analysis types, location-allocation analysis is added to SuperGIS Network Analyst 3.0, which enables you to allocate the facility to each stop with the minimum cost.  

For manipulation, SuperGIS Network Analyst 3.0 requires SuperGIS Desktop 3.1, the whole new desktop GIS software developed by SuperGeo. The key features of newly-released Network Analyst 3.0 are available on www.supergeotek.com; please refer to the document, ‘What’s New in SuperGIS Network Analyst 3.0’ for more details.

For more information about SuperGIS Network Analyst 3.0, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/products_desktop_NA.aspx  

The free trial is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6.aspx