PRLog - Feb. 7, 2012 - TAIPEI, Taiwan -- SuperGeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, released SuperSurv 3, supporting bilingual user interface, traditional Chinese and English, and global coordinate system. SuperSurv 3 is the mobile survey system that can be operated on Android mobile devices.
The interface of SuperSurv 3
SuperSurv 3 mainly offers users with the convenience of data collection in field survey and supports to display base map in SGT format and Web map services. Users can import vector layer for references to collect spatial data more effectively.
With GPS, camera, and custom tables, they all allow surveyors to completely record the attributes of point, line, polygon features and photo information;
Designed with user-centered concept, SuperSurv 3 can customize the map display and set the overlay order of layers and color of features. Furthermore, the measuring toolbar and track toolbar are movable to users who can also drag the toolbars to new positions according to their everyday usage, making the operation environment more user-friendly to them.
Supported file formats:
Vector data formats: GEO, SHP, KML
Raster data: SGT
GPS track: SHP, KML
Waypoint: TXT, CSV, KML
For more information about SuperSurv 3, please visit http://www.supergeotek.com/
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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-
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. More information about SuperGeo is available at http://www.supergeotek.com
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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.