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MicroSurvey inCAD 2015 Adds Survey Drafting to AutoCAD

Matt Ball on May 27, 2015 - in Modeling, Products

West Kelowna, BC, Canada, May 26, 2015—MicroSurvey is pleased to announce the release of inCAD 2015, a powerful plugin that transforms AutoCAD into a survey and design powerhouse, built specifically for the demanding needs of land surveyors, contractors and civil engineers.

MicroSurvey inCAD adds the MicroSurvey feature set to your Autodesk® software – including AutoCAD® 2014/2015, AutoCAD Civil 3D™ 2014/2015, and AutoCAD Map 3D™ 2014/2015 – to offer a complete survey drafting toolkit, including COGO, DTM, traversing, adjustments, volumes, contouring and more. With two available feature levels – Premium and Standard – inCAD gives users the choice between two tiers of features to ensure they are getting precisely what they need.

MicroSurvey inCAD 2015 includes several new capabilities driven by requests submitted by users through MicroSurvey’s online feature request system. For example: the AutoMAP Library, which controls how points and figures are presented, has been enhanced with new capabilities; bearings and azimuths of lines can now be instantly viewed in alternate reference systems; the point clusters tool lets you draw exaggerated error vectors for visually comparing coordinate changes between design and as-built points or during deformation studies; and much more. Staying on top of which features are most used in this industry, and providing the most logical combinations of these features is how MicroSurvey has been able to stick to their mission of providing the absolute best value in software – hands down.

MicroSurvey offers free trial versions for all of its major software – download MicroSurvey inCAD 2015 today!

To learn more or download a free demo, visit www.microsurvey.com.

About MicroSurvey

MicroSurvey Software Inc., a member of the Hexagon family of companies, has been developing software and hardware solutions for the surveying and mapping industry for more than twenty five years.

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