Monday, May 30, 2011
SuperGIS Server 3 Supports to Publish KML Services

SuperGIS Server 3 supports to publish KML services and assists enterprises in enhancing map sharing and display performance.

SuperGIS Server 3, the enterprise class map server software developed by SuperGeo Technologies, assists enterprises in building, managing, integrating, and publishing multiple GIS services in the centralized server framework. Multiple types of spatial data and images can be published to the Internet as GIS services; front end users are able to directly navigate the map services published by SuperGIS Server with SuperGIS Desktop, SuperPad and web browsers.

Besides the front end applications mentioned above, SuperGIS Server 3 supports to publish the map services which conform to KML (Keyhole Markup Language) format in the purpose of enhancing the map resource sharing. Users can add this service that is saved as a website address to the client side software platform which can read KML format, such as Google Earth, to manipulate map, like overlay, display and navigation, etc.

In addition to publishing KML service, SuperGIS Server 3 also publishes the Edit service which allows users to edit the map online, WMS, WFS, and WCS services which conform to OGC standards. To apply SuperGIS Server 3 as enterprises’ map server software can not only improve the usability of map data but also assist enterprises in enhancing the productivity with the best workflow.

If you would like to try the latest SuperGIS Server 3, please go to www.supergeotek.com to download the trial, or email us staff@supergeotek.com.