SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition to Support to Work with SuperGIS Analysts

Scheduled to be released at the end of 2012, SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition will support to work with SuperGIS Analysts for increasing analysis capabilities to you.

SuperGIS Server is designed for organizations to create, manage, integrate and publish the various types of GIS services. By utilizing SuperGIS Server, the spatial data and images in all types as well as GIS functions can be deployed as GIS services in desktop, mobile and web applications over the Internet.

The latest server-based GIS software supports to publish Geoprocessing Service, allowing organizations to create geoprocessing functions and workflow with SuperGIS Toolkit in SuperGIS Desktop and publish the defined functions and workflows to website via SuperGIS Server.

In addition, a variety of analysis extensions such as SuperGIS Spatial Analyst, SuperGIS 3D Analyst are available to increase GIS capabilities and help users publish advanced analysis functions with SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition to diverse front-end platforms to enhance GIS data processing capabilities and distribution.

SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition is going to be released by the end of 2012. For more product information about SuperGIS Server 3.1, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/ProductPage_SGS3.aspx

The free trial is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6.aspx


The Newest Android-powered Mobile Survey GIS SuperSurv 3.1 to Be Launched

SuperSurv 3.1, the mobile survey GIS, will be launched at the end of 2012. SuperSurv 3.1 optimizes the editing functions and enhances layer management, allowing for an easy-to-use user interface.

Designed for Android users, SuperSurv 3 can complete effective data collection in fields. Integrating with GIS and GPS technologies, SuperSurv 3 helps surveyors collect spatial data with ease and supports vector layer file such as GEO and SHP.

By employing the mobile GIS application, field workforce can utilize SGT cached map and the map service published by SuperGIS Server as basemap to expedite the efficiency of filed survey. Moreover, SuperSurv works with GPS, camera, and custom attribute table, allowing users to collect and record attribute data and photo information of point, polyline, and polygon features.

With the newly-added editing functions such as feature rotation, snapping, etc, SuperSurv 3.1 helps accomplish feature editing on mobile devices efficiently. Furthermore, users can also modify the layer transparency to display and navigate the layers from diverse sources more flexibly and easily.

For more product information about SuperSurv 3, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/ProductPage_SuperSurv.aspx

The free trial is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6.aspx


SuperGIS Toolkit to Be Supported in SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a for Data Processing and Analysis

We are glad to inform you that the SuperGIS Toolkit will be provided with SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a to increase the capability of data processing and analysis.

Serving as the desktop GIS, SuperGIS Desktop provides you with a professional platform with diverse GIS tools to effectively and easily perform spatial data as well as display, edit, manage, query and analyze the related data.
The latest SuperGIS Desktop 3.1a will be able to speed up the data processing with SuperGIS Toolkit that performs hundreds of GIS functions and enables users to define the needed geoprocessing functions and the workflows and perform patch data processing.

Compared with the previous functions, SuperGIS Toolkit enhances the efficiency in processing and saves the time on repeated manipulations. Those functions and workflows defined by SuperGIS Toolkit will be able to be published to the front-end website by SuperGIS Server 3.1 Standard Edition in the near future.

For more product information about SuperGIS Desktop 3.1, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/productpage_SG3.aspx

The free trial is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6.aspx


GIS System for Cycling Team Management

When global warming is affecting the natural environment of the world, cycling becomes an important and popular activity all over the globe and many cities have designed bike lanes to save on gas consumption. Take Taiwan as an example. The use of bicycle on campus is greatly encouraged as the best way of daily transportation for students.

In order to promote safe bike riding and prevent car accidents, Taipei Chengshih University of Science & Technology (TPCU) integrates the visualized map website with mobile App on smart phones to show the current position and road conditions instantly for cyclists. The mobile App for Android users can record and report back riders’ current point and consequently transmit their moving traces to the server.

The Cycling Team Management System consists of website platform for displaying information of cycling team and the cycling team APP that is served as the vital tools for better reaction to the contingency on roads. The system has the front-end website to display the map and the back-end platform to manage personal information of each rider such as name, telephone number, etc.

Adopting SuperGIS Server 3 as map server, the website platform allows the cycling team administrators to publish and manage the existing map information, integrate riders’ current positions with map website to monitor each rider’s condition. Thus, the administrators can instantly provide the riders with emergency aid when an accident happens.

More information about the application story, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/Library_2_201210.aspx

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SuperGIS Spatial Statistical Analyst 3.0 to Be Launched

The newest SuperGIS Spatial Statistical Analyst 3.0, an extension working with SuperGIS Desktop 3.1, will be launched in Q4 this year. with the mission of integrating geographic statistical analysis methods, the software enables users to investigate, query, and display spatial data and attribute data and manipulate basic statistical functions in GIS.

Furthermore, SuperGIS Spatial Statistical Analyst 3.0 adopts geographic statistical analysis methods to analyze spatial data, helping users realize variation and dependence of spatial data and make better decisions for their organizations

Featuring the improved user interface, Thiessen Polygon and variogram analysis tools, SuperGIS Spatial Statistical Analyst 3.0 performs semivariogram analysis, covariance analysis, Krigings, Universal Kriging, Ordinary Kriging, Co-Kriging, and Indicator Kriging.

For more information of the analysis extension, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/products_desktop_SSA.aspx, or contact us by email: staff@supergeotek.com.