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YellowScan®, the lightest LiDAR for UAVs aided by the Ellipse-E miniature inertial navigation system

By Izabela Prates | 17h19, 09 de September de 2015

ECArobotics YellowScan®, the lightest LiDAR for UAVs aided by the Ellipse E miniature inertial navigation systemSBG SYSTEMS joins YellowScan® to present the lightest LiDAR in the world at the Intergeo trade show in Stuttgart. YellowScan® is the lightest LiDAR in the world for fixed or rotary wings UAVs while being highly efficient and easy-to-use. YellowScan® embeds an Ellipse-E, the miniature inertial navigation systems from SBG SYSTEMS which helps obtaining a clear and accurate point cloud.

The UAV market is continuously growing, especially for professional applications like 3D surveying. Developed for this application, YellowScan®has been designed to be the lightest all-in-one LiDAR in the world. It can be easily mounted on rotor or fixed-wings UAVs. To finely adjust the YellowScan®, the R&D team has been working closely with researcher and professionals of several industries such as Construction, Surveying, Mining, and the study of forest, rivers, etc. It results in a comprehensive, high performance, and easy-to-use LiDAR.

YELLOWSCAN®, THE READY-TO-USE LIDAR

YellowScan® is a ready-to-use LiDAR, which is operational at up to 75 meters. It delivers a highly dense point cloud accurate to 10/15 centimeter. This comprehensive solution includes a LiDAR with a ±50 degree angle that measures 40,000 points per second, an Ellipse-E inertial navigation system coupled with a centimeter-level RTK GPS, an on-board computer, and an integrated battery.

Once mounted on the drone, the user pushes the yellow button and YellowScan® is ready to survey. LED lights give useful information on YellowScan® state, for instance if the GPS is receiving RTK corrections or not. The user can launch the UAV and begins the survey. Once the task accomplished, a USB stick is used for downloading the data. An office software is also delivered to visualize the point cloud in a few clicks, before opening it in an industry specific software like Terrasolid, AutoCAD, ESRI, etc.

THE ELLIPSE-E FOR MOTION COMPENSATION AND DATA GEOREFERENCING

YellowScan® research and development team was searching for a high performance, light, and ITAR free inertial navigation system for motion compensation and data georeferencing. They tested the Ellipse-E, the new miniature inertial navigation systems from SBG. Weighting only 12 grams as OEM version, it provides roll and pitch data accurate to 0.2 degree. The heading is accurate to 0.5° with only one antenna. Indeed, the heading computation relies on GPS and accelerometers data. This method is used when GPS positioning is widely available and punctuated by frequent accelerations like turns. The R&D team found the test results very satisfying, and a point cloud highly clean We are very satisfied with this little Ellipse-E, it perfectly matches our technical needs, and we even gained 5% on the total weight of the YellowScan® to conclude Tristan Allouis, CTO at YellowScan®.

THE ELLIPSE-E COUPLED WITH AN EXTERNAL GPS RECEIVER FOR A RELIABLE AND CONTINUOUS POSITION

Ellipse-E is an inertial navigation system. It has the particularity of being able to connect to any survey grade GPS receiver and to fuse in real-time GPS position with inertial information. Ellipse-E maintains a reliable position even if GPS masks occur. In this application, the Ellipse-E is coupled with AsterX-m OEM card from Septentrio. This receiver uses GPS and GLONASS constellations and works with all types of RTK reference stations.

YellowScan® enters the UAV-based surveying market with an original and innovative approach. It is an integrated solution, highly powerful and extremely easy to use, which can be installed on the drone of your choice, with additional sensors if necessary.

YELLOWSCAN® AND ELLIPSE-E AT INTERGEO 2015

YellowScan® will be presented on booth # F8.014

The ELLIPSE-E will be presented on booth # G4.079

MORE INFORMATION

YellowScan®: www.yellowscan.fr

SBG SYSTEMS Ellipse-E: http://www.sbg-systems.com/products/ellipse-e-miniature-ins

About SBG Systems

SBG Systems is a leading supplier of MEMS-based inertial motion sensing solutions. The company provides a wide range of inertial solutions from miniature to high accuracy. Combined with cutting-edge calibration techniques and advanced embedded algorithms, SBG Systems products are ideal solutions for unmanned vehicle control, antenna tracking, camera stabilization, and surveying applications. In December 2014, SBG SYSTEMS has been ranked the 26th fast growing technology company in France, the 125th in EMEA.

About YellowScan®

YellowScan® is an innovative company dedicated to the design of high accuracy and ultra-light instruments for Earth observation. In 2014, the company won the regional « Stars & Métiers » innovation contest in France. YellowScan® was founded after several years of research and development in « L’Avion Jaune », an engineering and mapping company, whose skills and creativity were the best combination to control all aspects of drones design and the aquisition and image processing chain.

www.YellowScan®.fr Contact: Email: contact@yellowscan.fr

Source: GISCafé

GEOCONCEPT announces the launch of Geoconcept Geolocate, a mobile geolocation application for professionals

By Izabela Prates | 17h12, 09 de September de 2015

geoconcept GEOCONCEPT announces the launch of Geoconcept Geolocate, a mobile geolocation application for professionalsThe Geoconcept Geolocate mobile application enables field professionals to geolocate information directly on the ground, providing even more detailed and accurate analyses.

GEOCONCEPT, the designer of geographical optimisation technologies for professionals, announces the launch of Geoconcept Geolocate, its new Android application. This app meets mobile teams’ every geolocation need for geolocated data, accurately, wherever they may be.

Two versions of the Geoconcept Geolocate application (free and Premium) are now available.

A geolocation application which enhances databases

To improve mobile resource efficiency and company performance, Geoconcept Geolocate enables mobile teams to geolocate an address, a locality, an object/building (hydrant, forest landmark…) directly on the ground from a smartphone or tablet. At the desired moment, the application assigns x, y coordinates from the field using a GPS source, with no need for an Internet connection. The coordinates are then captured before being recorded in the application.

With Geoconcept Geolocate, sales personnel, technicians, delivery staff but also firefighters or military personnel can easily capture the exact address of a customer, sales/delivery outlet, callout location and update their information. They capture the x, y coordinates from their mobile terminal and update them or create new data in their reference table. The data geolocated in this way can then be exported by means of a CSV file.

A Premium version for advanced geo-optimisation features

In addition to the features already existing in its free offering, GEOCONCEPT is offering a Premium version of Geoconcept Geolocate. This version enables the user to access a comprehensive web solution for managing this database: in addition to geocoding tools and for navigating everywhere on a map, the mobile teams’ itineraries can be optimised and geo-marketing features provided.

The Geoconcept Geolocate Premium application also allows data to be imported and exported from an SQLite database for greater interoperability, dynamic typing, synchronisation with the IT system (CRM, ERP …), the addition of geo-located photos and videos and the capture of an unlimited number of data items (import/export limited to 30 contacts for the free version).

The Geoconcept Geolocate application is already available on Google Play.
To download the free version : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.geoconcept.geolocate&hl=fr

About GEOCONCEPT :

Created from the merger between GEOCONCEPT, Europe’s leading Geographical Information System publisher, and Opti-Time, which publishes software for professionals, today the GEOCONCEPT Group ranks among the world leaders in enterprise cartographic and optimization applications.

Always at the forefront since it was founded in 1990, GEOCONCEPT combined geographical information and optimization tools to invent geo-optimization, or the optimization of activities by intelligently integrating geographical information into systems. Innovation is always at the heart of the Group’s strategy with 25% of its expenditure dedicated to R&D. The benefits of geo-optimization apply to areas as varied as geo-marketing, territory management, crisis management or mobile workforce management… Within each area, the geographical optimization components and solutions can be integrated directly by the clients or by Group partners.

The GEOCONCEPT Group has locations in Paris, Grenoble and Caen as well as foreign subsidiaries: Chennai/India, Geneva/Switzerland, Madrid/Spain, Shanghai/China. Strategic partners also resell the Group’s solutions in London/Great Britain, Mexico City/Mexico, São Paulo/Brazil, Tokyo/Japan…The Group’s solutions are available in 7 languages. Today the GEOCONCEPT Group boasts more than 10,000 reference customers at 100,000 geo-optimized resources in 35 countries. www.geoconcept.com

Source: GISCafé

TES satellite instrument gives new insight into water cycle

By Izabela Prates | 16h47, 09 de September de 2015

2335 tes image 768px TES satellite instrument gives new insight into water cycleResearch using NASA satellite measurements has given scientists a better understanding of what happens to rain and snow that falls on land — how much runs off into rivers, lakes and aquifers; how much plants use; and how much simply evaporates. Among the new findings: plants around the world use less water than previous studies had indicated, and most freshwater passes more rapidly through soil than previously thought, with less exposure to the nutrients and contaminants contained there.

Understanding how precipitation, plants, soil, groundwater and other fresh water interact is important for improving large-scale climate models and regional and local hydrology models.

Water that has taken different pathways through the water cycle — water released by plants during photosynthesis versus water evaporated from a lake, for example — contains different ratios of hydrogen and the hydrogen isotope deuterium. Researchers from the University of Utah, Salt Lake City; and Oregon State University, Corvallis, analyzed the two forms of hydrogen in atmospheric water vapor as measured from space by the Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES) on NASA’s Aura satellite, and also in global water samples. The researchers accounted for each different isotopic signature in a computer simulation, producing a narrow range of estimates of the amount of water released to the atmosphere by each pathway.

More than a quarter of the rain and snow that falls on continents runs off directly, ending up in the ocean. Of the water that does not run off, two-thirds is eventually released by plants during photosynthesis. The last third evaporates — mostly from plant leaves, with a few percent evaporating from bare ground or water.

“Some previous estimates suggested that more water was used by plants than we find here,” said University of Utah hydrologist Stephen Good, first author of a paper on the research recently published in Science. Good said that means “either plants are less productive globally than we thought, or plants are more efficient at using water than we assumed.”

Good noted, “In a variety of models — from large-scale climate models to regional and local hydrology models — we try to simulate all these pathways, but we currently have difficulty measuring them individually. Our study presents a new approach for measuring the importance of these pathways and provides a new, improved estimate at the global scale.”

For more information on the study, see:

http://unews.utah.edu/news_releases/water-cycle/

To learn more about TES:

http://tes.jpl.nasa.gov/

Finnish Company Launches 3D Map Application Platform

By Izabela Prates | 12h16, 09 de September de 2015

FGG Finnish Company Launches 3D Map Application Platform FCG, a Finland-based consulting company, has published MAPGETS, a portal designed for the publication and distribution of city data. The new portal utilises 3D virtual reality technologies. It is targeted for application developers, city data provider and content creators as well as service providers and professionals utilising city data in their sales and marketing.

Finland is a pioneer in 3D technologies and data modelling in construction business. The MAPGETS portal provides a browser-accessed 3D application platform, based on open source realXtend, for publishing, maintaining and utilising the data. The open data of built-up environments in cities and municipalities, both in Finland and globally, are gradually migrating from two-dimensional map illustrations to 3D city models and visualisations.

The MAPGETS portal was produced to promote digitalisation, application development and productivity. The portal is a new application ecosystem utilising not only 3D modelling and map data, but also service visualisation and promotion. This creates entirely new ways of making business, commented Anssi Savisalo, FCG.

MAPGETS portal uses globally known open source technologies and APIs. Development work is currently taking place in publicly funded projects, such as ITEA C3PO, RYMSHOK EUE, Oulu University and EU-FIWARE, as well as in the SMART project under the Building Information Group and in the SADe projects of the Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities and the State administration. The portal has been in pilot use in the cities of Oulu and Espoo.

The MAPGETS portal is owned by FCG City Portal Oy, a company jointly established by FCG Finnish Consulting Group Oy and Adminotech Oy in June 2015.

For more information see www.mapgets.com.

Source: GIM International

Airbus Defence and Space to build Tetra terminal repair centre in Beirut

By Izabela Prates | 11h57, 09 de September de 2015

airbus banner repair center 500 Airbus Defence and Space to build Tetra terminal repair centre in BeirutEncouraged by the growing Tetra (terrestrial trunked radio) market in Lebanon, Airbus Defence and Space and its local value-added reseller Serta Channels SAL have decided to build a certified Tetra terminal repair centre in Beirut.

This step is in line with the Ministry of Interior of Lebanon’s decision to award Airbus Defence and Space and its partner Serta Channels a contract for a digital Tetra radio communication system for the country’s security forces (General Directorate of General Security – GDGS) early this year. The proximity of the repair centre will provide the GDGS’s Tetra terminal users with instant maintenance and repair services.

As part of the country’s ongoing modernisation measures, the new Tetra system is replacing the existing analogue networks. It will be used by more than 3,000 subscribers of the government intelligence services, which ensure national security and public order throughout Lebanon. The new Tetra network will enable security forces to carry out mission-critical communication across sensitive locations in Lebanon, such as airports, seaports and borders. This is essential given the security challenges resulting from the country’s geographical location.

Airbus Defence and Space’s network will be the most advanced Tetra system in Lebanon and offer full coverage across the country. The company also cooperates with Serta Channels in the field of cyber security.

Serta, an information and communication technology solutions provider, was founded in 2009. The company partners with leading vendors to offer a comprehensive portfolio of voice, data and secure communications as well as cybersecurity solutions and professional services for fixed and wireless carriers, government agencies and public sectors. Its main markets include the Middle East, Africa and Turkey.

Source: Airbus Defence and Space

Wider Selection of US Topo Maps From USGS Now Available in Avenza’s PDF Maps App

By Izabela Prates | 11h53, 09 de September de 2015

PDF Maps app provides additional platform for a growing base of digital users to access more than 120,000 current and historic US Topo maps

pdf maps Wider Selection of US Topo Maps From USGS Now Available in Avenza’s PDF Maps AppProviding science for a changing world, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) continues to support the delivery of its digital maps through Avenza Systems Inc.’s popular, award-winning PDF Maps app. The wider selection of more than 120,000 US Topo maps on a popular digital mapping platform provides digital users access to USGS’ rich map content, and extends its reach with a growing base of mobile consumers.

With the digital map user base continuing to rise year after year, USGS map users benefit from Avenza’s PDF Maps app geospatial technology. The app currently aids a growing number of people who reference digital devices for work or recreation. Travelers, recreationists, scientists and conservation and environmental decision makers already make use of USGS topo maps but the expanded use of the maps via the PDF Maps app provides current USGS topo map users the ability to digitally access maps in areas with little to no internet reception and input notes and images within the map all while tracking current position.

The USGS produces Topo maps on a continuous basis with more than 18,000 revised quadrangles produced every year. Currently, thousands of maps from USGS’s extensive library are now available in Avenza’s PDF Maps database including the most current variations that reflect the changing landscape of the country. Many historical maps can also be accessed with thousands more dating back 130 years being added in the near future. The app provides constant access to geographic information and points of interest, with additional interactive features such as measuring, place marking and location tagging. Avenza’s PDF Maps app operates without the risk of lost reception due to cell tower proximity, making it the ultimate traveling tool since it does not rely on an internet connection to use map data and obtain and display location.

“Distinguished map publishers like the USGS fully recognize the shift to digital and how consumers are accessing and consuming information that was once static and digitally implementing it into their daily lives and making it more interactive,” said Ted Florence, president of Avenza Systems Inc. “Avenza’s PDF Maps app is an example of how a digital tool can expand the utility of a map beyond location guidance, is it is also a tool to capture an experience in real-time. As the industry continues to evolve to fit into the world of a mobile consumer, we look forward to strengthening our ties with groups like the USGS.

PDF Maps app 2.6 is available now on the iTunes App Store free of charge for personal and private use. PDF Maps app is also available for use with Android devices in the Google Play Store free of charge for personal non-commercial use. A Windows version is currently in public beta targeted for a release later this year. Commercial, government and academic use licensing is available for a nominal annual fee. For more information about PDF Maps, visit the Avenza website at http://www.avenza.com or the PDF Maps website at http://www.pdf-maps.com/. Pricing of each map is set by the publisher and free maps remain free to users through the PDF Maps app in-app store.

For more information on USGS Topo products, visit the website at http://nationalmap.gov/ustopo/

About Avenza Systems Inc.

Avenza Systems Inc. is an award-winning, privately held corporation that provides cartographers and GIS professionals with powerful software tools for making better maps as well as the PDF Maps mobile mapping system. In addition to software offerings for Mac and Windows users, Avenza offers value-added data sets, product training and consulting services. For more information, visit the Avenza website at www.avenza.com.

Source: GISuser

VisionMap Thermal Airborne Imaging System Maps German Pipelines

By Izabela Prates | 11h48, 09 de September de 2015

08413d899dd3af76343241b575d0e157c8f935c1 VisionMap Thermal Airborne Imaging System Maps German Pipelines MIST, the thermal airborne imaging system of VisionMap, a leading provider of aerial survey and mapping systems, was recently used to map and monitor pipeline infrastructure in Herten, Germany. The survey was commissioned by Geocart, a German supplier of photogrammetric products and services. The project was a good opportunity to demonstrate the efficiency, high resolution, and high thermal sensitivity of VisionMap’s system.

The MIST camera was flown at an altitude of 5,700 feet, capturing 8.6cm GSD imagery at a rate of 170 square kilometres per hour. The highly efficient camera not only covers the area quickly, but also collects vertical and oblique images of the pipelines in the same flight. The camera is able to fly at high altitudes without compromising on resolution thanks to its long, 300mm focal length; this ability is significant in urban areas, where residents may be disturbed by the noise of low-flying aircraft.

Leaks and damage

The camera’s high thermal sensitivity (within 0.02 ° C) was able to detect even the first signs of pipeline leaks and damage. Its thermal sensitivity makes MIST suitable for additional applications such as urban heat-loss/cool-loss mapping.

VisionMap’s system automatically processes the captured images producing AT, orthophoto, DSM, 3D models, and geo-referenced vertical and oblique images on which measurements can be taken. These products can be easily integrated into municipal GIS. The system’s fast turnaround time enables surveying the infrastructure on a regular basis, and keeping the most up-to-date information about the changing environment.

Source: GIM International

NGA provides unclassified geospatial intelligence for the Arctic

By Izabela Prates | 11h43, 09 de September de 2015

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency launched a public website Sept. 2 to provide unclassified information about the Arctic.

2015 09 02 20 02 49 NGA Arctic Infographic Aug 2015.pdf Adobe Reader NGA provides unclassified geospatial intelligence for the ArcticThe public website supports efforts to strengthen international cooperation, better understand and manage resources responsibly, enhance quality of life in the Arctic and maintain valuable and vulnerable ecosystems.

The public site, accessible through www.nga.mil and located at nga.maps.arcgis.com, includes Digital Elevation Models that provide 3D representations of the Arctic’s surface. The models, derived from NGA-sponsored DigitalGlobe commercial imagery sources, support land management, sustainable development, safe recreation, scientific studies, and domain-specific challenges inherent to aviation, transportation and defense. The DEM is the standard against which landscape changes such as erosion will be measured.

NGA’s Arctic website also includes NGA nautical charts, sailing directions, shape files and infographics. A large, downloadable Pan-Arctic map includes multiple layers that allow users to focus on specific issues and information. Layers include search and rescue zones, ice extents, economic exclusion zones, bathymetric data, navigational and meteorological warnings, and potential energy sources.

NGA is working with the National Science Foundation and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy to support the Arctic initiative by producing and contributing publicly-available products and data layers as they become available. NGA’s work also supports the Department of Defense Arctic Strategy and the safety of navigation in the air and on the seas.

NGA’s Arctic website shares the publicly-available online platform with its Nepal and Ebola relief sites, using Esri ArcGIS platform, hosted by Amazon Web Services.

For further information and media inquiries, contact Don Kerr, NGA chief media relations; Donald.B.Kerr@nga.mil, 703-600-9248 (mobile).

Source: GISuser

FIG Working Week 2016, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2 – 6 May 2016

By Izabela Prates | 11h39, 09 de September de 2015

A Breath of Fresh Air FIG Working Week 2016, Christchurch, New Zealand, 2 – 6 May 2016Post-earthquake Christchurch is an ideal venue for an international surveying conference with the theme “Recovery from Disaster”. It is being held at a time when considerable re-building and renewal is underway throughout the city and the areas of Canterbury affected by the 2010-2011 earthquakes sequence. Many inhabitants throughout the World face various kinds of disasters, apart from earthquakes as in Christchurch, such as flooding, storm events, tsunamis, drought, the after effects of conflict etc. that are a world-wide challenge, especially taking the effects of climate change into consideration. Disasters, natural or otherwise, directly impact surveyors and spatial professionals and their work on the land, under the seas, in the air and in space.

The Working Week is hosted by the International Federation of Surveyors, FIG and the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors, NZIS, as the local host.

The Technical Program will cover various kinds of disaster but will also include a broad professional and scientific programme. During three days we are offering up to 10 parallel sessions, forums and workshops. The carefully prepared Technical Programme will offer both specially invited high profile presentations and papers that are selected through the open call for papers procedure.

The FIG 2016 Call for Paper is out and is announced both for peer review papers and non-peer review papers.

We invite you to submit abstract and full paper for peer review paper by 1 October 2015 and abstract for non-peer-review paper by 15 November 2015.
The call for papers is announced at www.fig.net/fig2016/call.htm.

For general information about the FIG Working Week 2016 please go to www.fig.net/fig2016. Here you will also find information about the exhibition, partnership and sponsorship.

Galielo satellites in launch zone

By Izabela Prates | 11h32, 09 de September de 2015
Upper composite lifted inside launch tower node full image 2 Galielo satellites in launch zone

Upper composite lifted inside launch tower

Europe’s ninth and tenth Galileo satellites have reached their launch pad, taking their position atop the vertical Soyuz launcher in readiness for Friday’s launch.

Galileo-9 and -10 are due for launch atop a Soyuz rocket at 02:08 GMT (04:08 CEST) on 11 September (23:08 local time, 10 September) from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana.

At the end of last week the Galileo satellites, already attached to their carrier on the Fregat upper stage, were seen by human eyes for the last time as the halves of their protective launcher fairing were closed around them.

This encapsulation concluded with the addition of the Galileo logo on the side of the sealed fairing.

This marked the completion of the ‘upper composite’ – the combination of Galileo satellites, plus dispenser, plus the Fregat stage that will fly them the bulk of the way up to their target medium-altitude orbit.

Meanwhile, the first three stages of their Soyuz had been assembled horizontally, in the traditional Russian fashion.

Monday morning saw this incomplete vehicle rolled out to the launch pad, then raised to the vertical.

This left the way clear for the upper composite to be transferred to the pad, then hoisted up to the top of the Soyuz tower to be joined to the other stages.

The launcher plus payload is therefore now complete and in place, awaiting its Launcher Readiness Review ahead of Friday morning’s liftoff.

This latest Galileo campaign began with the arrival of the satellites in French Guiana on 24 July.

Galileos enclosed in fairing node full image 2 Galielo satellites in launch zone

Galileos enclosed in fairing

Two further satellites are scheduled for launch by end of this year. One is under test at ESA’s ESTEC technical centre in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, while the other has already completed its checks and is awaiting shipping to Kourou in the second half of October.

In addition, the first satellite of the following batch (Galileo-13) is undergoing its thermal–vacuum test at ESTEC, while the second (Galileo-14) arrived on Monday.

Source: ESA

SuperGIS Toolkit 10, Driving Your GIS Tasks Powerfully!

By Izabela Prates | 11h00, 09 de September de 2015

SupergeoPR 20150907b7bfabbd 8db1 4cb8 9fb1 d44446918171 SuperGIS Toolkit 10, Driving Your GIS Tasks Powerfully!With the popularity of spatial information and the improvements of data-collecting instruments, requirements for spatial data processing functions, across fields, are gradually increasing. In view of this, SuperGIS Desktop 10, which will soon be launched to worldwide users, contains new and more multidimensional functions, enabling increased applications in diverse domains. SuperGIS Desktop 10 also enhances Process Designer, which is capable of connecting and mashing up all the analyses you need to quickly form a specific GIS workflow. In order to improve a user’s experience in sharing and taking advantage of projects or GIS workflows, the enhanced Process Designer allows you to sketch your GIS workflow and descriptions of each analysis with a process attribute table; in this way, the GIS workflow that you designed can be effortlessly shared with more users. Additionally, you can deal with multiple data records in an easier way by dragging layers into the tool manipulating dialog box and pasting parameters just once instead of repeatedly coping and pasting each time.

Functions that are added into SuperGIS Desktop 10 improve tools for spatial analysis and data processing. For example, you can apply the new proximity analyses to find the nearest feature, to view the distance between your own shop and the nearest potential customers or the nearest competitor, or to search out the nearest source of infection that patients are susceptible to for further disease prevention. The updated SuperGIS Toolkit also provides diverse advanced analysts and spatial data processing functions and statistics. With SuperGIS Toolkit, users can calculate frequency by which a specified feature appears, or compute statistics after surveying and collecting biological data of species and quantity of species in the field. Even when the land plan is altered, the advanced statistics tool allows users to easily analyze the altered areas. The new SuperGIS Toolkit meets more requirements from users and assists them in processing spatial data in a more efficient way.

SuperGIS Desktop 10 will soon be released worldwide. Stay tuned, we will be releasing more details about SuperGIS Desktop 10.

Are you curious about how SuperGIS Desktop works to help you more easily process spatial data? Download SuperGIS Desktop 3.3 Trial:
http://www.supergeotek.com/download_6_desktop.aspx

To know how SuperGIS-series products improve industrial dynamics, join Supergeo webinar that will be held at 9 a.m. on September 10:
http://www.supergeotek.com/support_ComingWebinars.aspx?Type=Upcoming&ID=1535

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