Supergeo announced that the Rural and Regional Development of Kedah State Development Corporation, Malaysia purchased SuperSurv 3.1, the Android-powered mobile GIS software, to improve field operations for facilitating long-term land use and agricultural plans and the balanced development.
GIS enables Kedah State Development Corporation to collect, integrate, manage, and report spatial data about the local population, industries, land, natural resources, etc; meanwhile performing advanced analysis for more informed decision and policy making in proper budget and resource allocation .
Supporting multi-language user interface, global coordinate system and common vector layer file such as GEO or .SHP, SuperSurv 3.1 improves field productivity with enhanced feature editing and layer management functions, providing land planers with detailed information of geographic distribution of land use change to plan sustainable economic development.
With an ambitious aim of increasing the market share in ASEAN, Supergeo will attend at Asia Geospatial Forum 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It will be a great opportunity for Supergeo to facilitate direct communication among local governments, enterprises, and education institution and further increase more market share in this region.
For more information about SuperSurv 3.1, please visit: http://www.supergeotek.com/LandingPage_SS3.1.aspx
Download free trial here http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6_mobile.aspx
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Supergeo Technologies Inc. is a leading global provider of GIS software and solutions. Since the establishment, Supergeo has dedicated to providing state-of-the-art geospatial technologies and comprehensive services for customers around the world. It is our vision to help users utilize geospatial technologies to create a better world.
Supergeo software and applications have been spread over the world to be the backbone of the world’s mapping and spatial analysis. Supergeo is the professional GIS vendor, providing GIS-related users with complete GIS solutions for desktop, mobile, server, and Internet platforms.
Supergeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS mapping software and solutions, announced that SuperSurv 3.1 assisted the Faculty of Human Ecology at the University of Putra, Malaysia in completing efficient field data collection to perform advance analysis and support its research projects.
University of Putra is the biggest public university in Serdang, Malaysia with 16 faculties such as Agriculture, Engineering, Computer Science and Information Technology, etc. As a premier institution of learning, UPM strives for excellence through improving the hardware and software equipment and encouraging constant educational innovations.
GIS nowadays is used as an important tool for topological analysis of geographical spaces, modeling, showing the time and ecology change. Featuring handy layer management, GPS support, and new editing functions, SuperSurv 3.1, the Android-powered mobile GIS application, allows educators and students to obtain reliable field data for GIS visualization and analysis for greater research results.
Supergeo will exhibit at Asia Geospatial Forum 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to increase more market shares through collaborating the local enterprises, education institution, and governments in ASEAN.
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Quantum Inventions Launches First Live Traffic Information Service for Motorists in South East Asia
Singapore, 7th February 2013 – Quantum Inventions, a key provider of GPS navigation and traffic solutions in Asia Pacific, announced the launch of mapSYNQ, a map-based, traffic information service that provides real-time traffic data for the region. Available on the web and mobile, mapSYNQ is the first of its kind application that combines live traffic with personalized user information to offer motorists a seamless, one-stop application that addresses all their commuting needs.
“One of the key differences in mapSYNQ is the manner in which the information is accessed by users,” said Mohit Sindhwani, Head of Innovation at Quantum Inventions. “mapSYNQ offers traffic information to users in a personalized and contextual manner. For example, instead of providing all traffic incidents, toll prices or cameras in a list and leaving the user to deduce which ones might affect him, mapSYNQ actually figures out the ones that would affect the user based on his current location and his destinations saved in his profile or calendar. The entire experience becomes personalized, hassle-free and simple to use.”
Although mapSYNQ was developed in Singapore, it was built with a global audience in mind. Motorists from countries in the region such as Malaysia and Thailand can leverage upon mapSYNQ and expect a similar set of features as traffic information from these countries has been included. Mohit further commented “The mapSYNQ platform is ready for a global push. We are in discussions with data providers and partners to supply country specific data to enrich mapSYNQ and offer our users a truly global application.”
mapSYNQ is also positioned as a companion product to Quantum Invention’s existing navigation software, Galactio. Saurav Bhattacharyya, CEO of Quantum Inventions said “Over the years, users of our GPS navigation products have responded positively towards the inclusion of live traffic information within their devices. However, they felt that providing this information to them beforehand would go a long way towards helping them plan their journeys. This reinforced our vision for a connected navigation system and provided us with the starting point for mapSYNQ. “.
Saurav went on to say “At Quantum Inventions, we recognize the current trend that users are engaging with an increasing number of devices such as tablets and smartphones. These users expect to access their applications across all the different devices and they demand a similar experience throughout. Navigation, maps and routing applications are no exception to this trend and this is the approach we have taken with mapSYNQ.”
mapSYNQ is now available in Google Play and Apple’s app store. mapSYNQ on the web can be accessed at http://www.mapsynq.com.
About Quantum Inventions:
Quantum Inventions (QI) has been developing solutions for navigation, routing and map-based applications with a focus on live traffic information for consumers, enterprise and government systems. Headquartered in Singapore, Quantum Invention’s solutions has been deployed and sold in the Asia Pacific regions and various countries in the Middle East.
For more information about mapSYNQ or Quantum Inventions, please contact:
Daniel Poon (Manager, New Business)
Block 2 Innovation Centre,
18 Nanyang Drive
Office: +65 6794-2591
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