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May 27, 2015
Korea Develops Land Management System by SuperGIS Engine

May 27, 2015 — To meet the demands of global GIS professionals and developers, Supergeo provides with SuperGIS Engine 3.3, the COM-structured development kit, bringing various GIS developing elements, application resources and sample modules to assist developer to meet the diverse demands of different projects and products.

T&B Radio Tech, Supergeo certified reseller in Korea, developed the unique Land-Replotting Management System by SuperGIS Engine 3.3. The developer utilizes the abundant components, especially designed for GIS-related needs, and redesigns its surface to satisfy clients’ requirement. With the system, land planers are able to easily manage parcellary data and maps.
The latest SuperGIS Engine 3.3 had released and adding up multiple functions and fully-strengthened the existing core objects, such as upgrading the database support and connection efficiency, improving table processing and provides more user configuration options.
Meanwhile, to cope with the particular needs of personnel, SuperGIS Engine 3.3 offers comprehensive development samples and object diagram for technical users to effectively build programs and deploy to multiple end-users.
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