Autodesk readies civil engineering upgrades

31 Mar, 2006 By: Sara Ferris

Chris Bradshaw, vice-president of Autodesk's infrastructure solutions division, spoke with us earlier this month about trends in the civil engineering market and Autodesk's upcoming 2007 releases. Autodesk plans to ship Civil 3D 2007, Map 3D 2007 and Raster Design 2007 later this spring.

Bradshaw said the division is coming off a "really great year." In fact, the infrastructure solutions division has had three straight years of 20%+ growth in revenue. He sees no reason for this rate to slow, given that there's no shortage of infrastructure projects.  Read more >>p>  

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