Established in 1997 and located in Sharjah, UAE, American University of Sharjah is established with an American model of higher education and ground in the Arabic culture. The university provides various degrees programs through the collages of Architecture, Art and Design, Arts and Sciences, Engineering, and the School of Business and Management.
In order to develop individuals as leaders in their respective fields, the Civil Engineering Department of American University of Sharjah adopted SuperGIS Desktop 3 Lab Kit and GIS Learning CD as the multi-purpose GIS tools for educators and students to integrate a variety of geospatial data and consequently apply these spatial analyses to related applications such as public safety, pipeline management, environment analysis, construction planning, and so on.
To constantly heighten the brand awareness in the Gulf Region, SuperGeo exhibited at Middle East Geospatial Forum in early April. The company worked in collaboration with Evolving GeoSystems to present the ideal GIS solutions to the local visitors who are looking for appropriate solving ways to their businesses.
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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.