October 15, 2007

Today Autodesk took a 360 degree turn with the launch of Autodesk U-Vis 360 Core

360-degree view of structures and urban areas -- From the company, Autodesk today announced the Autodesk U-Vis 360 Core, a new solution platform that integrates building design, manufacturing, mapping, and infrastructure data and displays it in a single visualization environment. Specifically tailored for federal and state and local governments, solutions built on the U-Vis 360 platform provide a complete and highly accurate 360-degree inside-outside-under view of any structure or urban environment with an easy-to-use interface. The U-Vis platform integrates 'smart' engineering data, filters it according to specific task and then applies the appropriate interface -- either a 2D web or a 3D game engine. The result is that non-technical users at all levels of federal and state and local governments can more easily integrate, visualize and experience complete precision information and data about an urban setting or structure in a digital environment-giving them immediate access and allowing them to make critical decisions more quickly and easily. U-Vis 360 enables users to incorporate existing data from commercial-off-the-shelf software, such as computer-aided design (CAD), geospatial information (GIS), building information modeling (BIM) and databases, to create complete and accurate urban environments for customers' business application and analysis needs. The U-Vis 360 Core supports the development of multiple solutions from the same sets of source data for both technical and professional users. See http://www.autodesk.com/uvis

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