Cyon Research Launches New CAD Use Survey

12 Aug, 2015 By: Cadalyst Staff

Cyon Research, organizer of the Congress on the Future of Engineering Software (COFES), has launched its 2015 Survey of Users of Engineering Software. The survey aims to gauge respondents' current use of, and criteria for, CAD and other engineering software. Individuals from firms that use CAD, computer-aided engineering (CAE), building information modeling (BIM), integrated project delivery (IPD), or product lifecycle management (PLM) software for design, engineering, manufacturing, or construction are invited to participate.

In addition to English, the survey is also available in Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish versions. The survey should take 20 to 30 minutes to complete; respondents who enter their contact information upon completion will receive a copy of the results report, a $1,995 value. The survey will be open through September.

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