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January 26th, 2011
SuperPad 3 Supports Online Editing Services with SuperGIS Server

The feature services published by SuperGIS Server can support multi-user navigating and editing the map data. Users can get the feature services with SuperPad and utilize SuperPad editing tools to add, remove, move, rotate, zoom, and edit the features, attributes, and coordinates of the feature services. Furthermore, in editing the map data in the field, the editing results might be uploaded to the server inefficiently and unsuccessfully because of internet connection problems. However, SuperPad online editing mechanism allows users to edit the data offline and connect to SuperGIS Server to upload and synchronize the data when they finish editing. As a result, surveyors no longer need to bring large quantities of map data with them in conducting the field survey; also, it does not take much manpower and time to manage the data after survey any more. The work efficiency of the surveyors can be improved significantly as well.

If you would like to try the powerful integration between SuperPad 3 and SuperGIS Server 3, please visit www.supergeotek.com to download the trial.