SuperGIS 3.1 Interfaces in Arabic and Italian09/05/2012
|SuperGeo Technology’s SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 offers multi-language support including English, German, French, Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, Traditional Chinese and newly added Arabic and Italian user interfaces. SuperGIS Desktop facilitates geospatial data editing, visualising, querying and displaying.|
Recently, the SuperGIS software has been widely adopted by the organisations in the European and Middle East markets. To satisfy the growing GIS demands of the users who live in the above regions, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 provides Arabic and Italian interface support. Users will no longer be bothered with translation problems.
Be able to perform, edit, manage, query and analyse spatial data, SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 delivers improved performance of spatial data processing, abundant GIS tools and VBA customisation making it suited for performing complex GIS procedures and operation.
SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 is available in Standard and Professional editions. Covering all the functionality of the Standard edition, the Professional edition further supports Topology Analyst, advanced geodatabase management and VBA customisation to optimise GIS capabilities in fulfilling various missions. A free trial is available at http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6.aspx.
Read more about: software GIS geospatial
Supplier: Supergeo Technologies Inc
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