Oracle Spatial

SuperGIS DataManager 3.2 Upgraded for Powerful Data Management Functions

Supergeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, released the enhanced GIS management tool, SuperGIS DataManager 3.2, providing users with rich and powerful data management functions.

 

SuperGIS DataManager 3.2 is a useful GIS data management tool, supporting users to read and handle diverse formats of vector or raster data such as GEO, SHP, DXF, DWG, DGN, ECW, SID, TIF, JPEG and so forth. In addition, it also allows users to rapidly copy, move, and delete the files in the data management tool.

 

Key features of SuperGIS DataManager 3.2 include improved geodatabase management, the integration with SuperGIS Toolkit, supporting to search layers by file name, and importing/exporting metadata. Therefore, users are able to analyze and process data more efficiently.

 

Several commonly used geodatabase are supported by SuperGIS DataManager 3.2, such as Personal Geodatabase (MDB), Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle Spatial and Postgre SQL. Users are allowed to browse and manage files within geodatabase and export layer data to the database.

 

SuperGIS DataManager 3.2 is the GIS data management tool provided by SuperGIS Desktop 3.2. After installing SuperGIS Desktop 3.2, users can apply SuperGIS DataManager 3.2 freely.

 

See how to manage GIS data with SuperGIS DataManager 3.2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHhPtMBfK6A

 

To know more product information, please visit Supergeo website: http://www.supergeotek.com/products_DataManagement_DM.aspx.

 

SuperGIS DataManager 3.2 brings powerful functions.

 

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About Supergeo

 

Supergeo Technologies Inc. is a leading global provider of GIS software and solutions. Since the establishment, Supergeo has been 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.

 

Marketing Contact:

Sarah Liu

Supergeo Technologies Inc.

2F., No. 324, Sec. 1, Neihu Road, Taipei, 114, TAIWAN, R.O.C.                 

TEL:+886-2-2659 1899 

Website: http://www.supergeotek.com   

Email: [email protected]

Oracle Spatial Update

Direction Mag offers an update on Oracle and spatial.

From the article: "I met with Steiner later in the day and challenged him to share with me three ideas he wanted our readers to know about Oracle in 2012. Here’s his list:

  • Spatial is in everything we do. It’s in the context, that is, in the very fabric of the Oracle technology.
  • Oracle solutions scale. Oracle is literally working at a different scale from other IT and database companies. The support of some of the largest geodata sets, LiDAR point clouds, is testament to that.
  • The technology and data are accessible and consumable. Oracle ensures this by supporting standards, working with partners and having a commitment to simplification.  Spatial technology should be presented to both developers and end users as “less of a professional GIS person’s thing” and more of a “just like other technology” kind of thing. This idea relates back nicely to “spatial is in everything,” above.
  • Oracle is innovating. The company innovates not only in its databases and proprietary software but in hardware and open source as well."

We mentioned Oracle Spatial tons of times before.

Thursday Geonews: JavaScript JTS, CNN and Nokia Partnership, ArcGIS 10.1 Improvements, Google Wallet, and much more

Here's the geonews in batch mode, covering the last two weeks, and thus, longer than usual. But first, a quick note to let you know that we updated our open budget after the last donation from WebMapSolutions.com.

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