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Open Spatial Announces the General Availability Release of Munsys Ai 10.5

Matt Ball on November 3, 2012 - in Corporate, Maintenance

Open Spatial announced today the official release of Munsys Asset Intelligence version 10.5. The software release includes new features providing tighter integration into the Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite 2013. In addition, a number of highly requested features have been included in this release, with emphasis on improving spatial data quality, data integrity and end user productivity. Highlights of the new product release are available in the short multimedia presentation provided here: Munsys 10.5 Overview

Anthony Jahshan, CEO at Open Spatial, commented, “Our latest release of Munsys Ai is a culmination of ideas from our product team and customers. Providing compatibility and making better use of the Autodesk­­­ Infrastructure Design Suite has been a priority for the release. The continued focus on spatial data quality and productivity positions Munsys Ai as the best utility data capture tool available.”

Open Spatial invites all current users on subscription to electronically download this release from their corporate login through the Open Spatial Support Portal. Customers interested in how they can improve the quality and integrity of their spatial data through the AutoCAD platform should send an enquiry email toinfo@openspatial.com.

About Open Spatial 
Open Spatial is a multi-national company delivering geospatial solutions based on Oracle and Autodesk technologies. Recognized for delivering applications to government and utility sectors, our solutions are based on internationally accepted open standards and world-class best practices. Open Spatial offers innovative spatial infrastructure solutions to managing spatial data from survey through to design, construction and ongoing spatial data management. Our clients efficiently manage cadastre, water, wastewater, stormwater, roads, electric and fiber networks. http://www.openspatial.com

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