We see a growing presence of Bricscad V10 in our industry. We are glad we were able to satisfy the increasing demand from our customers to have Bricscad V10 as their platform for our software.
Gent, Belgium and Goteborg, Sweden (PRWEB) April 15, 2010
Bricsys, the Bricscad company, and Simtra, the leading software company for airside planning and vehicle turn paths, announced today that all Pathplanner software from Simtra is now available for Bricscad V10. Until today, the software had been available for MicroStation® and AutoCAD® only.
Developed by Simtra, Pathplanner A5 is the worldwide leader for fast and accurate airside planning and design. The software performs aircraft tracking and jet blast impact using FAA and ICAO clearance standards, the basis for efficient and safe airside layouts. Operational issues such as complex push back procedures can be determined on-the-fly, providing valuable input to airlines and the airports’ operational staff. Detailed gate designs that previously took days are now performed in under an hour and with significantly reduced risk of human error. Included with the software is the Aircraft Data Viewer module, a complete database of all types of commercial aircrafts in-use worldwide.
Pathplanner R4 planning software targets the transportation industry. Through a user-friendly interface, it accurately simulates vehicle turns and sweep paths through its powerful built-in animation capabilities. The software includes an extensive vehicle library of standard designs from most countries.
“We see a growing presence of Bricscad V10 in our industry,” said Mr. Ben van Leest, Managing Director at Simtra. “We are glad we were able to satisfy the increasing demand from our customers to have Bricscad V10 as their platform for our software.”
"Simtra's products are very high-end in one of the most vertical markets, namely aviation and transportation," added Erik De Keyser, CEO of Bricsys. "Having Simtra’s software running on Bricscad V10 is the proof of the quality of our platform."
Some twenty years ago, Simtra began as a university spin-off in Gothenburg, Sweden. Today, Simtra is recognized as the leading supplier of software solutions and services for planners, designers, engineers, and architects in the aviation and transportation industry. Simtra’s transportation software is in use in more than 50 countries, and has been delivered to hundreds of city councils, road authorities, and engineering firms. Aviation clients include the vast majority of the aviation-consulting firms, as well as Airbus Industry, Air France, and the international airports of Abu Dhabi, Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur, Los Angeles, and Tokyo.
For more information about Simtra, contact http://www.simtra.com.
Through its network of 70 offices, Bricsys is a global provider of engineering software on four continents. The product portfolio consists of Bricscad design software and Vondle, an extended SaaS platform.
Bricscad is the powerful DWG-alternative CAD platform that enables DWG-based applications to serve the growing markets of GIS, AEC, mechanical CAD, and civil engineering. Bricsys products are available in 14 languages, with more languages in development.
Every month, Bricsys transparently reports to its customers on the status and development of its software products. Wherever they are around the globe, customers can communicate support requests directly to the Bricsys support team around the clock.
Bricsys is a founding member of the Open Design Alliance, thereby contributing to the interoperability in the engineering industry. For more information about Bricsys, contact http://www.bricsys.com.
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