SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 Supports Multi-language Interface

Besides traditional Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, French and German, the newest SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 supports Arabic and Italian interfaces as well.

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1, the newest desktop GIS of SuperGIS series products, provides more GIS tools to facilitate professionals to perform, edit, manage, query and analyze diverse spatial data.

The new SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 supports not only traditional Chinese, English, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, French and German interfaces but also supports Arabic and Italian to assist native users in accomplishing operation more effectively within the familiar language environment.

SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 is available in standard edition and professional edition. SuperGIS Desktop 3.1 Professional edition contains all the functions of standard edition and also provides Topology Analyst, optimizes the ability to manage and edit the data in geographic database and supports VBA customization.

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