SupergeoQ Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, announced 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 now 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
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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.
Supergeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, releases SuperGIS Server 3.1a Value Edition and Standard Edition globally.
Designed to create, manage, integrate and publish various types of GIS services, SuperGIS Server 3.1a integrates all types of spatial data, images, and GIS functions with desktop, mobile, and web applications over the Internet, assisting enterprises in building ideal workflow and improving productivity in making decisions.
The newest SuperGIS Server 3.1a features geoprocessing service publishing functions and enhances the efficiency of map cache tools. Not only performing all the functionality offered by value edition, the Standard Edition additionally provides developers with Mobile SDK to customize mobile applications which can access SuperGIS Server services and meet enterprise requirements.
SuperGIS Server 3.1a Standard edition supports to work with diverse analysts, allowing enterprises to publish more comprehensive analysis functions to reduce cost of data duplication and storage.
In addition, a variety of sample descriptions and sample codes of diverse themes are available on SGDN website to help developers customize map webs easily. Therefore, developers can effortlessly create their own mapping applications and increase GIS capabilities to existing applications.
The GeoTrellis team is very excited to announce the availability of GeoTrellis 0.8 (codename “Atlantis”), which is a major new release that is a huge step forward towards our goal of a general purpose, high performance geoprocessing library and runtime designed to perform and scale for the web.
As you delve into GeoTrellis 0.8 in more depth, here are some new features you may want to explore:
For more information, see the Azavea Labs blog here: http://www.azavea.com/blogs/labs/2013/03/geotrellis-0-8-has-arrived/
Supergeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, announced that SuperGIS Server 3.1a Standard edition will support Mobile SDK to help developers easily customize mobile applications to connect with SuperGIS Server services.
Designed for creating, managing, integrating and publishing various types of GIS services, SuperGIS Server 3.1a can integrate all types of spatial data, images, and GIS functions into desktop, mobile, and web applications over the Internet, assisting enterprises in building ideal workflow and improving productivity in making decisions efficiently.
The newest SuperGIS Server 3.1a offers Value and Standard editions to your requirements in diverse projects. The Value edition supports to publish map services, feature services and basic geoprocessing services. Except for serving all functions offered by Value edition, the Standard edition can publish advanced geoprocessing services and provide Mobile SDK.
To meet the requirements of accessing SuperGIS Server services on mobile devices, developers can apply SuperGIS Server Mobile SDK to customize applications on diverse platforms such as iOS, Android and Windows Mobile, allowing users to manipulate functions including map viewing, measurement, etc.
More new product features about SuperGIS Server 3.1, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/LandingPage_SGS3.aspx
The free trial is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6.aspx
Another benefit of my participation to FOSS4G-NA 2012 was learning about GeoTrellis, an open source geographic data processing engine for high performance applications.
From the website: "GeoTrellis accelerates geoprocessing tasks by harnessing the power of multiple cores, processors, and servers through distributed geoprocessing. By breaking large or complex tasks into smaller units of work and optimizing their execution, the framework can concurrently leverage massive computational power to produce results 10-100 times faster than traditional geoprocessing software. [...] Faster is not just faster, it’s different. For example, a truly responsive user experience makes it possible to create public participation planning tools or educational games that incorporate sophisticated geospatial models."
Here's the recent geonews in batch mode.
From the open source and open data front:
In the everything-else category:
MapQuest Releases Native Mobile Mapping APIs for Android and Apple iOS, and yes, you can use OpenStreetMap data with it
SS shares a nicely done 2-minutes video of the OGC on the value of geospatial and standards
DM shares more information on Pitney Bowes's Geosk geodata platform, we mentioned Geosk last december. From the article: "Geosk is a platform for finding and using geospatial data. It combines a data as a service (DaaS) offering with a data management product. At its heart, Geosk is a completely scalable data management system that allows our customers to share their data with any user they choose, including their customers. Around this data management system we wrap an e-commerce engine to help our customers buy and sell premium geospatial data."
In the maps category:
The INTERGEO conference and trade fair is the world’s largest event for geodesy, geoinformation and land management. From September 27th through 29th, suppliers, practitioners and researchers from all over the world gather in Nuremberg to present and discuss current technological trends and practical developments.
At con terra’s partner booth (hall 7A booth: C39), 52°North presents state of the art Sensor Web technology supporting seamless integration of live sensor data into Spatial Data Infrastructures via OGC Sensor Observation Services. A suite of open source tools is available for easy and efficient visualization and analysis of time series information. Applications in water management, environmental monitoring and meteorology impressively vouch for the benefit of this innovative technology and point the way for other fields of application.
What is a process app? 52°North’s new WPS “Appstore” provides many advantages for users and providers of processes (e.g. hydrological models, EO algorithms or geostatistical functions). Come and see how you can choose a process appropriate for your needs from the Appstore, integrate it in your private WPS execution environment, and include the results in applications, such as ArcMap and Model Builder. Instead of bringing data to the algorithms, the algorithms now come to the data!
In addition, discover how to transform your existing IT infrastructure into a hybrid cloud and use commercial, public clouds, such as Amazon, as a back bone for peak demands to ensure availability and performance for your geoinformation services and applications, e.g. in the INSPIRE context. Or let us demonstrate how to implement the OSM2NetworkDataset process to create traffic networks from free OpenStreetMap geodata according to individual requirements. The results can then be used in network analysis.
Don’t miss our presentation at the INTERGEO Forum:
52°North is an international Research and Development Network of partners from research, industry and public administration - an excellent address to emphasize the value of new technologies in the form of innovative solutions in practice.
Contact: Ann Hitchcock, 52°North, [email protected]
From it's main website, JTS is: "The JTS Topology Suite is an API for modelling and manipulating 2-dimensional linear geometry. It provides numerous geometric predicates and functions. JTS conforms to the Simple Features Specification for SQL published by the Open GIS Consortium."
What's new for 1.12:
With GEOS 3.2 released in 2009, it's nice to have GEOS 3.3.0 now released. This link also provide details on the JTS features missing in GEOS. Here's the full change list for GEOS 3.3.0. In short, in addition to the usual bug fixes, "this release introduces a fair amount of new C-API interfaces and a brand new PHP binding."
A reminder of what GEOS is: "GEOS (Geometry Engine - Open Source) is a C++ port of the Java Topology Suite (JTS). As such, it aims to contain the complete functionality of JTS in C++. This includes all the OpenGIS Simple Features for SQL spatial predicate functions and spatial operators, as well as specific JTS enhanced topology functions. GEOS is available under the terms of GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL)."