Friday, September 11, 2009

AutoCAD 2010: Editing and conversion software

Softelec has released a new version of its VPHybridCAD and VPmap Series software for editing and conversion of scanned technical and geographical documents. All products now support all AutoCAD platforms from 2004 to 2010. However, users will have a free choice of stand-alone Windows or AutoCAD-based operation during installation.

While complying with AutoCAD's "ribbon style" interface VPHybridCAD and VPmap Series users can also make use of the CUI file support in former AutoCAD versions, allowing for seamless toolbar handling inside AutoCAD. Entirely functional VP software demo versions are available for free testing at

Softelec, based in Munich, Germany, is a leading software supplier providing solutions for scanned technical documents and maps, explicitly for large formats. Since 1990, VP software products serve to optimize, revise, and convert scanned documents. Mainly for its unique direct raster editing “hybrid” technology the software contributes to improve on productivity considerably.

With thousands of installed license seats a great variety of industrial and governmental organizations rely on VP software in the fields of mechanical design, plant engineering, building construction, facility management, civil engineering, energy supplies, natural resource exploration, mining and many more. An extensive list of user references and more company or product information is available at


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