Supergeo Introduces Indonesian and Turkish User Interfaces for SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a

The newest SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a now supports Indonesian and Turkish user interfaces. Delivering plentiful GIS tools, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a provides users with a professional GIS platform to efficient accomplish diverse GIS tasks such as spatial data analysis, display, editing, management, query, etc.

Not only featuring the improved attribute table, map query, and map navigation functions, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a offers SuperGIS Toolkits to perform hundreds of GIS analysis functions. Through employing Process Designer, users can easily define the functions and workflows of geoprocessing according to their requirements to process single or the mass of data directly.

The latest SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a supports Indonesian and Turkish user interface for Indonesian-speaking and Turkish-speaking users to carry out GIS tasks more effectively. The desktop GIS software provides multilingual user interface, such as Traditional Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, French, German, Arabic and Italian for a user-friendly manipulation environment.

More new product features about SupeGIS Desktop 3.1, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/productpage_SG3.aspx?Type=Key%20Features

The free trial is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6_desktop.aspx  


KIRRA Group Promoted SuperGIS Solutions at the 8th National GIS Symposium in Saudi Arabia

KIRRA Group, Supergeo’s exclusive reseller in Saudi Arabia, recently exhibited at the 8th National GIS Symposium that is organized by the High Committee of Geographic Information Systems. The committee is responsible for coordinating all GIS-related efforts in the region.

The symposium was composed of the exhibition and technical sessions, offering researchers, students, professionals, and the GIS providers a platform to share and exchange their knowledge and experiences in geospatial technology.

By attending this event, all the participants had the opportunity to discover and learn about the latest SuperGIS solutions, including SuperGIS Server 3.1a, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a along with powerful analysis extensions, and mobile GIS applications for Windows Mobile and Android OS such as SuperPad 3.1, SuperSurv 3.1, and SuperVeyor 2013. 

KIRRA Group has met some potential clients who express their interests in SuperGIS software, which is considered as the best GIS alternative in the local market. In the coming future, Supergeo and KIRRA Group will cooperatively and continually make every endeavor to fulfill the demands for GIS applications in Saudi Arabia. 

More info about the 8th National GIS Symposium, please visit http://www.saudigis.org/

More info about KIRRA Group, please visit: http://www.kirra.biz/


Supergeo Unveils SuperVeyor 2013 for Flexible Field Data Collection

We are glad to announce the new release of SuperVeyor 2013, the mobile GIS application, for flexible field data collection.

Designed to be the bundled solution for various Windows Mobile devices, SuperVeyor 2013 allows surveyors to easily collect, edit, measure, and query spatial data for greater field productivity.

In addition to offering a friendly user interface, SuperVeyor 2013 is able to work with GPS to locate current position and record GPS track. Moreover, the mobile GIS app supports multi-language interfaces, local coordinate system settings, specific program splash, etc. to meet various requirements of filed tasks.

Taking the advantage of custom flexibility, SuperVeyor 2013 is ideal for developing your own-branded solutions to achieve business objectives in the surveying and mobile GIS applications such as facility management, agriculture, census, mining, forestry etc.

More information about SuperVeyor 2013, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/SuperVeyor.aspx



SuperSurv 3.1 Provides Android Users with an Italian Interface

SuperSurv 3.1, the latest mobile GIS application for Android devices, offers an Italian interface.

Integrating with GIS and GPS technologies, SuperSurv 3.1 allows field surveyors to complete measurement and field data collection. The mobile GIS software supports global coordinate system settings and common vector layer file in GEO or SHP formats, helping surveyors effectively conduct surveys

In addition to providing the Italian speaking users with a more friendly manipulation interface, SuperSurv 3.1 can access SuperGIS Server map services, enabling enterprises to use map service as basemap on Android devices. As a result, enterprises can save the cost and increase operational productivity without duplicating and storing a variety of map files.

SuperSurv 3.1 will support to edit SuperGIS Server feature service. Field surveyors will be able to synchronize survey results in SuperGIS Server to achieve more ideal workflows.

More info about SuperSurv 3.1, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/LandingPage_SS3.1.aspx 

The free trial is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6_mobile.aspx


Incident Command GIS System for Improved Disaster Relief and Emergency Rescue

The advances in technology increase more capability for firemen to protect life and property in our life. As the country's first Level-1 fire authority established by a local government, the Taipei City Fire Department contains five divisions which are responsible for the effective implementation of fire prevention, disaster relief and emergency rescue, emergency care.

To improve the response of disaster rescue and stimulate the integration of disaster rescue information of districts, the agency developed a Server-based GIS system to provide commanders and emergency personnel with dynamic data to effectively respond to events and conduct rescue command tasks such as preparation of disaster rescue information, tactics deployment, and safety management.

In an effort to satisfy the disaster rescue requirements of diverse map display, the Incident Command GIS System integrates and publishes various types of spatial data and offers front-end applications using SuperGIS technologies to assist emergency personnel in viewing and querying maps and transmitting integrated information of each district in Taipei. Consequently, commanders can obtain real-time disaster information to make prompt decisions for future rescue operations.

GIS allows the agency to build an information system for providing and integrating disaster rescue data of emergency dispatch management, rescue timing and sequence management for consequence rescue deployment. Rescue commander and personnel are also allowed to log in the system to identify the disaster location and distribution of nearby rescue resources to map out evacuation routes of rescue stands where emergencies occur.

In this project, SuperGIS Server enables access of dynamic spatial data and GIS functions that can be applied as GIS services in desktop, mobile and web applications over the Internet. SuperObjects provides COM framework development objects that can be directly embedded in programming language of Windows development environment for creating custom GIS applications to improve the agency’s operation.

In addition to performing the basic GIS functionality including data fusion, query, and map display functions such as zoom in/out, pan, basemap switch, printing, and online editing, the System enables account management, disaster data management, rescue timing management, offering the capability to create, manage, integrate and distribute GIS services.

For more information about the application story, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/Library_2_201304.aspx

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