SAN FRANCISCO- Sivan Design, a provider of civil engineering software solutions, today announced version 2.0 release of its powerful 3D simulation software Civil Simulate, supporting Civil 3D 2010 and Windows 7 (32/64 Bit).
Civil Simulate is an interactive 3D visualization and simulation tool for AutoCAD® Civil 3D® and CivilCAD offering a unique approach to overcoming the challenge of turning civil engineering design into highly sophisticated 3D simulation.
From loading orthophoto raster images onto the simulation to interactive drive-through simulation from the driver's point-of-view, Civil Simulate does it all with ease and an accuracy of +/- 0.8 inch to the CAD drawing.
The current release incorporates two new innovative features including automatic creation of intersections and bridges and enhanced support for large scale projects. The software user interface incorporates the same Ribbon style from Civil 3D 2010 and is simple and intuitive - as expected from Sivan Design's products.
Sivan Design's CEO, Shlomi Sivan, said: "It is a great pleasure for us to introduce the current release of Civil Simulate, which represents the future in civil engineering design processes by offering on-the-spot evaluation in a realistic 3D environment of any change made to the design, even while still in preliminary stages."
Visitors of the annual Autodesk University (AU) 2009 user conference and exhibition in Las Vegas (Dec. 1-3, 2009) can visit Sivan Design's booth #310 for ongoing live demonstrations of Civil Simulate's capabilities.
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