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October 30th, 2012
SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition to Support to Work with SuperGIS Analysts

SuperGIS Server is designed for organizations to create, manage, integrate and publish the various types of GIS services. By utilizing SuperGIS Server, the spatial data and images in all types as well as GIS functions can be deployed as GIS services in desktop, mobile and web applications over the Internet.

The latest SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition supports to publish Geoprocessing Service, allowing organizations to create geoprocessing functions and workflow with SuperGIS Toolkit in SuperGIS Desktop and publish the defined functions and workflows to website via SuperGIS Server. 

In addition, a variety of analysis extensions such as SuperGIS Spatial Analyst, SuperGIS 3D Analyst are available to increase GIS capabilities and help users publish advanced analysis functions with SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition to diverse front-end platforms to enhance GIS data processing capabilities and distribution.

SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition is going to be released by the end of 2012. For more product information about SuperGIS Server 3.1, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/ProductPage_SGS3.aspx