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Thursday, June 30th, 2011

SuperGIS Desktop Selected by Mitr Phol in Thailand

SuperGeo Technologies is pleased to announce that SuperGIS Desktop 3, its powerful desktop GIS product, is selected by Mitr Phol Sugarcane Research Centre in Thailand. Mitr Phol Sugarcane Research Centre belongs to Mitr Phol Group possessing several...

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Esri Creates Ocean Basemap

Esri created and released a new, comprehensive map of the world's oceans and coastal areas. The Ocean Basemap is now available as a cached map service in ArcGIS Online. The first basemap of its kind, the Ocean...

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

GeoDesign – New Era for Community Consultation

The merging of design and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology would revolutionise urban planning and truly open up community development to the public, Esri Australia Western Australian Business Manager Tom Gardner told the Western Australian Surveying and...

Monday, June 13th, 2011

CSIRO Dam Break Modelling to Help Flood Planning

The research has been helping China’s disaster management authorities better understand the full impact of the catastrophic flooding that would occur if one of China’s, and the world’s, biggest dams collapsed. The work could also be applied in...

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

SuperGIS Mobile Engine Application Selected by Regione Marche in Italy

SuperGeo Technologies announced that its exclusive partner in Italy, Helix S.r.l., has successfully promoted the Helix Mobile Mapping System (HMMs) to Regione Marche for civil protection and spatial data collection. Regione Marche is a regional government sector...

Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

Fujifilm Selects NAVTEQ Maps New GPS Enabled Digital Cameras

NAVTEQ has been selected by Fujifilm to support the introduction of their new GPS-enabled digital cameras with map data and POI content. NAVTEQ is now supplying map and POI (points of interest) data for Fujifilm's FinePix F550EXR...

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

Property Ownership Data on GIS Platform

Tracking ownership details of properties in Lutyens' Delhi to get your leasehold property converted to freehold — so that you can become the rightful owner — is likely to become a hassle-free task. All records, data, ownership...

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Map Serving for Surveyors

Map Servers are providing useful geospatial geomatics data worldwide. These servers have several advantages due to the fact that they combine all kinds of spatial data - including surveying data. Today surveyors are using a wide range...

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

SuperGIS Server 3 Supports KML Services

SuperGeo Technologies announced that SuperGIS Server 3 supports KML (Keyhole Markup Language) map service publishing and assists enterprises in improving map sharing and display performance.  

Sunday, May 29th, 2011

New Delhi Spatial Database to be Used Starting August 1

The capital has about 48 lakh buildings, 3 lakh manholes and nearly 17,000 kilometres of running road length. All this information is part of the extensive database that captures the demographics of the capital and utilities like...

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