PRLog - Feb. 29, 2012 - TAIPEI, Taiwan -- With the increasing demands and application use of Geographic Information System in the south of Taiwan, SuperGeo Technologies has co-founded the GIS Education Center with the Geography Department at National Kaohsiung Normal University (NKNU), one of the most reputed and finest Universities in Taiwan.
GIS Education Center
The foundation of GIS Education Center at NKNU aims to collaborate the research work with industry and to serve as an academic organization to spread Geographical Information Systems (GIS) knowledge, providing customizable support to the local governmental units, the educational institutes and private enterprises.
At the initial stage, the GIS education center is available for students, educators, and the public officials to study expert Geospatial knowledge and receive professional GIS training. In the future, it will focus on planning various GIS related projects and offering GIS certificate program to reach the growing demand for GIS skills in domestic job market.
Targeting at the region of South Taiwan, the long-term goal of the GIS Education Center is to become a top-level research center to create regional source of Geospatial technology and encourage professional research and development. Being a professional GIS software and solution provider, SuperGeo will continually promote the GIS development with the high educational institutions around the world.
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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.
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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.