WEST KELOWNA, BC, Canada, Aug 27, 2021 – MicroSurvey Software is pleased to announce the release of MicroSurvey embeddedCAD 2022 and inCAD 2022, which adds GIS attribute labeling, and GIS entity filtering by attributes. Important fixes have been made to arc labels, AutoMap, and the Active Coordinate Editor.
MicroSurvey embeddedCAD provides users with unencumbered survey drafting and calculation workflows, including COGO, point tools for gridline-based projects, traverse input and adjustment, misclosure reporting, common data collector support, 3D surface representation and computation, corridor design, and more. MicroSurvey embeddedCAD runs on the new AutoCAD OEM 2022 engine.
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MicroSurvey inCAD provides users with unencumbered survey drafting and calculation workflows, including COGO, point tools based projects, traverse input and adjustment, misclosure reporting, common data collector support, 3D surface tion and computation, corridor design, and more. MicroSurvey in CAD is 3D and AutoCAD Civil 3D
To know what’s new features in MicroSurvey inCAD 2022, click here.
MicroSurvey Software Inc. develops, manufactures and markets a family of specialized computer software for Land Surveyors, Civil Engineers, Seismic Surveyors, Mapping Professionals, Police officers, and Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
Incorporated in 1986 as MicroSurvey Marketing International Inc., MicroSurvey has expanded its market presence and today supplies software solutions around the world. MicroSurvey offers one of the most complete survey design and mapping product lines in the industry and is leading the software development for forensic evidence collection and diagramming.
In 2012 MicroSurvey was purchased by Hexagon of Sweden. Hexagon has over 12,500 employees in more than 40 countries and net sales of about 2,200 Million Euros. Their products are used in a broad range of industries including surveying, power and energy, aerospace and defense, safety and security, construction and manufacturing. For more information, visit https://www.microsurvey.com.