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November 23rd, 2013
Supergeo Launches SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 Beta for Greater Data Integration and Management

With abundant GIS tools, SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 provides GIS experts with a professional platform for geoprocessing, displaying, editing, managing, querying, and analyzing spatial data more effectively. The desktop GIS software supports Multiple Map Frame and Feature Guided Pages to print and display regional and detailed data of each feature on the map, helping speed up efficient map production.

SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 offers Georeferencing tool to assist users in adjusting position, size, azimuth, and angle of images, enabling them to manage control points and rectify images more precisely. Moreover, Land Parcel Editor in SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 allows cadastral map administrators to easily edit and manage cadastral data in special formats.

To deliver better manipulation experiences for meeting users’ needs, SuperGIS Desktop 3.2 improves editing tools, manipulation settings, and user interface. The newly added advanced edit toolbar and trace tool allow professional cartographers to flexibly draw maps. In addition, diverse settings and displaying functions such as Label, Field Calculation, Label Style, Buffer Setting are also provided for clever manipulations and settings.

To know more about SuperGIS Desktop 3.2, please visit: http://www.supergeotek.com/productpage_SG3.aspx?Type=Key%20Features