SuperGIS Server 3, a set of map server software designed for GIS resource processing, provides users with multiple GIS server capabilities in developing, managing, integrating, and publishing GIS services in the centralized server framework.
A wide range of spatial data and images can be released on the Internet as GIS services. With SuperGIS Desktop, SuperPad and Web browsers, front-end users can directly access the map services published by SuperGIS Server 3.
Besides its original functions, SuperGIS Server 3 now supports map services which conform to KML format for advancing map resource sharing. Users can add this service that is saved as a website address to the software platforms which can read KML format, such as Google Earth, to overlay, display and navigate map.
What is more, users are able to edit maps online with the edit service published by SuperGIS Server 3, which supports Web Map Service (WMS), Web Coverage Service (WCS) and Web Feature Service (WFS) defined by Open Geospatial Consortium(OGC)
Employing SuperGIS Server 3 as the main map server software, enterprises can not only improve the management and usability of map data, but also elevate their competitiveness with best workflow.
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SuperGeo is the professional GIS vendor providing GIS-related users with complete GIS solutions for desktop, mobile, and server platforms. Our products have been spread over the world in 50 countries to be the backbone of the world’s spatial analysis.