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April 22, 2015
Evolve! New Techs for Developer GIS, Meet the Latest SuperGIS Engine 3.3

April 22, 2015 — Supergeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, officially released SuperGIS Engine 3.3 for global GIS developers to customize GIS applications, meeting diverse demands in various fields. Lots of the components have been updated in the latest version, providing renewed and advanced data access and analysis functions such as mainstream database compatibility, table mashup, data processing etc. Moreover, enhanced mapping elements allow developer to build up impressive data display and detailed labeling design for clients.
Developed by Supergeo through integrating mapping and GIS technologies, SuperGIS Engine 3.3, as the COM-structured development component, provides developers with complete GIS core components. The developed applications can be seamlessly embedded into programming language in Windows developing environment, helping integration with other systems for strong system development.
SuperGIS Engine 3.3 offers complete development resources. Hence, GIS programmers and developers can efficiently develop applications with GIS functionalities such as Display Layer, Edit, Query, Access Spatial Database, etc. In addition, hundreds of GIS-related objects, diverse Controls, comprehensive development samples and object diagram are provided for technical users to effectively build programs and deploy to multiple end-users. Also, SuperGIS Engine developers are allowed to access online contents such as sample codes and GIS application designs, enabling front-end users to bring flexible and productive solutions for end-users.
To know more information about SuperGIS Engine, please visit our product pages on: www.supergeotek.com/ProductPage_SE.aspx.

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