VisionPlus 2009 software released

Posted by GIS talk On Thursday, June 04, 2009
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Geo-Plus geomatics, announced the launch of VisionPlus 2009. VisionPlus presents a range of software functions that is an achievement in software development. Its performance places it in a position of strength and confirms its key role in land surveying and all related fields.

"We are pleased with the response that VisionPlus 2009 has generated. Its performance is the result of our commitment to our loyal customers. With their suggestions of development that are specific to their needs, they encourage us to continue to develop new aspects that keep us on top of our industry” said Wilfrid Beaupre, President of Geo-Plus.

Amongst the new features at the cutting edge of technology is the Site Building feature. You can move a building and the setbacks adjust automatically. All the elements of the drawing follow. A real time saver for any last minute changes. And who doesn’t need time! The connectivity manager, the parcel manager or all other modules are all conceived not only to respond to specific needs but also to help in process-related issues.

VisionPlus 2009 is the result of several years serving professionals from the construction industry. VisionPlus Software has the largest number of licenses in circulation for any Canadian Land Surveying Software running on AutoCAD, MicroStation, PowerDraft, Civil3D and IntelliCAD.


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