Taiwan: SuperWebGIS 2.1, the internet map server software, has passed Open GIS Consortium’s (OGC) Web Coverage Service (WCS) 1.0.0 and Web Feature Services (WFS) 1.0.0 compliance test, according to a press release by SuperGeo.
SuperWebGIS 2.1 is a set of internet map server software, supporting to build spatial map server to effectively publish the spatial data. The easy manipulation and powerful functions of SuperWebGIS not only can help you publish and display the spatial data but also allows end users to query and analyse the map online to improve the organisation’s competitiveness and working efficiency.
WCS is the standards, defined by OGC, of the standard interface and operation used for interopearable coverage data on the internet. It allows users to query and display the coverage data (i.e. raster data), such as satellite image, aerial image, DEM, etc through the internet.
WFS defines the feature services used on the internet. Users can apply HTTP interface to access the features or query the attribute data of the features from the web feature services. Moreover, WFS also defines the transactional capability of web features, such as add, delete, update, access and query the spatial data and attribute data.
On the other hand, Aeromap Technology Systems, SuperGeo’s reseller in Bahrain, showcased SuperGIS series software and various applications at the 5th National GIS Symposium and Exhibition, held in Saudi Arabia.