Enhancing Spatial Modelling and Precision Analysis
SuperGIS Spatial Analyst 3 is a spatial processing tool working with SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 to complete advanced spatial analyses and tasks. Designed for deriving information from geo-applications, it provides users with various analysis methods such as geographic attributes and geometry relationship.
To enhance the operating performance and the precision of data analysis, Spatial Analyst 3 adopts the new development engine and whole new algorithms, giving users more flexibility and capability to accomplish analysis tasks. This extension tool also includes innovative built-in spatial models, such as distance analysis, interpolation analysis, generalisation analysis, and local analysis.
With Spatial Analyst 3, users can create, analyse, and query raster data for a wide range of applications, inclusive of terrain hydrology, environmental protection, facility management, medical resource distribution, and infectious disease analysis. According to SuperGeo, the brand new Spatial Analyst is expected to be released in Q1 2012 with better pricing.
During the TUSExpo, the recently introduced UAV van DJI, Inspire, was demonstrated in the dedicated demonstration hall. The drone has an autonomy of about 8 minutes and can retract the landing gear for improved imagery. The rechargeable battery can be swapped for increased operational time. The camera is stabilised.