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UKM selects SuperGIS Desktop

Taiwan: Solar Energy Research Institute at National University of Malaysia (Malay: Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, UKM) has procured SuperGIS Desktop. The Institute purchased SuperGIS Desktop along with several analyst extensions, such as 3D Analyst, Spatial Analyst and Spatial Statistical, to process and analyse solar information on the desktop platform with visualisation effects. The platform predicts and displays the potential solar energy distributed in different areas on maps.

Establish in 1970, UKM is one of the three research universities that Malaysian government is actively developing and promoting. In the latest report by Quacquarelli Symonds in the UK, UKM ranks as one of the top 100 best universities in Asia.

Meanwhile, SuperGeo has announced that new SuperWebGIS 3, web map server software, now supports 64-bit operating environments.

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