The renewed version of SuperGIS Server 3.3 is going to be released by the end of this year! In this version, the Product Team of Supergeo has improved much detail of operation, which allows any kinds of front-end users to use the map services more smoothly. In the meantime, connection to the geodatabase has been enhanced. Users may readily convert and publish their data from the database. This will help users share the spatial information with ease, and also, various spatial analyses could be applied more generally.
A brand-new year is about to come. In 2017, Supergeo will shift the emphasis of product development to SuperGIS Server 10. In the SuperGIS Server 3 series, the presentation of 2D map and 3D map is provided by SuperGIS Server and SuperGIS 3D Earth Server respectively. With the overall technology enhancement of R&D team, in SuperGIS Server 10, Supergeo will integrate the 2D and 3D environment into a single platform. This will allow users to switch between 2D and 3D modes when they are viewing the same map project. Owing to this refinement, the topography could be viewed more thoroughly and also more specifically. This would enable users from different fields to apply GIS to demonstrate their results more powerfully.
In addition to releasing and sharing the 2D and 3D data simultaneously, what’s even better, SuperGIS Server 10 also possesses the powerful function of cross-platform. One could create the web applications suitable for all kinds of devices freely and easily, including PCs, Mac systems, mobile phones, and tablet computers. To provide an integrated platform, SuperGIS Server 10 will add a web application tool called “Web Mapper”. Users are allowed to establish web applications by Web Mapper with ease. Also, it also offers more flexible customized functions for exporting layers and other tools.
SuperGIS Server 10 is now getting into the stage of product design. The official version is expected to be available by the end of 2017. Stay tuned!
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