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April 29, 2015
Brand New SuperGIS Desktop 3.3, Now Released for Worldwide Users

April 29, 2015 — SuperGIS Desktop 3.3, the powerful GIS software developed by Supergeo, is officially released! The latest version enhances map drawing, geodatabase, cache generator and data processing functions. By using SuperGIS Desktop 3.3, you can store/share raster and non-feature table data, effortlessly draw attractive and professional maps with abundant symbols and styles, flexibly and efficiently analyze and process spatial data through diverse new table-processing functions and elastic SuperGIS Process Designer.

Cache generator had been refined and integrate with SuperGIS Desktop 3.3, which now allow user to create light and high-resolution map tiles and to easily produce cache map with given geometry, enriching GIS projects and Online GIS platform efficiently. In addition, it also equips with multi-machine work solution. Users can divide large amount of data through data separation settings, assign the divided data to different computers to generate cache maps of the split map, and merge the separated map tiles to complete the generation task. To update cache maps, users just need to regenerate map tiles of the specified areas instead of the whole map, significantly and effectively reducing task duration.

For celebrating the release of SuperGIS Desktop 3.3, Supergeo technologies is going to hold a global webinar on May 7th at 11am (New York Local Time). The webinar will focus on water resource management regarding to the extreme climate change nowadays, and illustrate how to employ online GIS platform to manage reservoirs efficiently with SuperGIS Desktop and SuperGIS Server. We sincerely invite people who are interested in or involved with the issue of extreme climate risk assessment and water resource protection and management. See you on air!

Sign up for the "Water the Future" webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1045896508266739457

To know more information of our products and download the newest trial, please visit Supergeo website:

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