Edge GIS server, which is deployed near the client or the data source side, is to achieve near-by service publishing and real-time analysis and calculation, reduce response latency and bandwidth consumption and reduce the pressure of cloud GIS center.

It can be used as the edge node between the cloud and application terminals of GIS. By using service proxy aggregation and cache acceleration technology, it can effectively improve the terminal access experience of cloud GIS, and provide the ability of content distribution and edge analysis and calculation, and help to build a more efficient and intelligent "cloud edge" GIS application system.


Edge content distribution

  • Efficient and reliable distribution technology: distributes GIS data of cloud GIS center to edge nodes quickly and securely.
  • Flexible and convenient distribution method: distributing by region and time.
  • Plentiful distribution data types: distributes map tiles, vector tiles, 3D tiles, and raw GIS data.
  • Powerful service distribution capabilities: distributes SuperMap REST services, OGC standard services, third party services, etc.
  • Supports map tiles and vector data of cloud GIS center to be distributed to edge nodes according to region, timing and securely.
  • Provides various service publishing interface types and supports publishing distributed data as SuperMap REST services, OGC standard services, third-party services and other interfaces.

Edge analysis and computing

  • Edge dynamic drawing: Local data rendering.
  • Edge tile publishing: publishes map tiles, vector tiles, 3D tiles.
  • Edge data query:Local data space query, attribute query.
  • Edge processing analysis: Measurement, coordinate transformation, spatial relations, spatial computing.

Edge pre-proxy and acceleration

  • Support SuperMap REST service, OGC service.
  • Efficient service acceleration mechanism to greatly improves service throughput and reliability.

Edge service aggregation

  • Support the aggregations of different types of maps / data from different sources and release them as services again.


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