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August 22nd, 2012
SuperGIS Server 3.1 Supports Integration with OpenStreetMap

To provide developers with a flexible server structure, the newest SuperGIS Server 3.1 Value Edition optimizes the ability to integrate with other platforms. In addition to the services delivered by Google Maps and ArcGIS Server, the services published by SuperGIS Server 3.1 can also be overlaid with OpenStreetMap services.

Administrators now are able to publish map services and overlay these services with OpenStreetMap after building the SuperGIS Server website. Consequently, the map website can be developed flexibly with richer contents to satisfy the users’ needs.

Offering elastic server structure and strong ability in integration, SuperGIS Server 3.1 Value Edition assists developers in customizing their map websites with ease and displaying map services that are overlaid with other open GIS resources on the website.

For more product information and the instruction of customization, please visit
http://www.supergeotek.com/ProductPage_SGS3.aspx