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March 30th, 2011
SuperGeo to Release the Latest Mobile Cadastral GIS 3.0

Mobile Cadastral GIS, based on SuperGIS Mobile Engine, is particularly designed for field survey and cadastral navigation measurement. The system can be applied in related mobile devices that equipped with Windows Mobile operating platform, performing merits like swiftness and convenience.

Integrated with GIS and GPS technology resources, Mobile Cadastral GIS helps field surveyors quickly recognize their locations and obtain correct information of cadastral navigation. For instance, the related administrative staff of Land Office or the staff of county or city government is able to get the land number immediately when doing field survey with the system.

In addition, the user-friendly interface and manipulation can make users with scarce GIS experiences familiar with the system quickly and complete tasks more efficiently, and therefore considerably lessen the user’s burden in operating the device.

This system now supports traditional Chinese only. If you would like to experience the latest Mobile Cadastral GIS 3.0, please visit www.supergeotek.com for more details.