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Event Report: Autodesk University 2006, Part 3 (Cadalyst Daily Archive)

4 Dec, 2006 By: Sara Ferris

Expo spotlights new hardware and software tools


General Software
 

A welcome trend this year and last at Autodesk University has been the increase in new third-party software developers. For a few years, it seemed as though the developer corps would dwindle away as AutoCAD implemented more and more of the functionality originated in third-party add-ons. But now a new wave of add-ons is emerging to work with Autodesk's next-generation products: Inventor, Revit and Civil 3D. More on the vertical markets tomorrow. Today I'll recap what I saw on the show floor in the hardware and general-interest categories.  Read more >>p>

 

UGS Announces Parasolid V18.1
Latest version of geometric modeling kernel includes increased automation and other new, advanced tools.  Read more >>

Right Hemisphere Adds Two European VARs
Move expands European presence of graphics content management software company.  Read more >>

LMS International and IPG Automotive Partner to Produce Virtual Vehicle Development System
Simulation company and virtual driving specialist join forces.  Read more >>

 

General Software: SPEOS CAA V5 Based V5.0 for CATIA
OPTIS announces new version of its lighting simulation software for mechanical design, architecture and more.  Read more >>

MCAD: PolyWorks/Inspector Probing
InnovMetric Software releases a subset of its point-cloud inspection package as a standalone product.  Read more >>


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