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on November 24, 2014 2:25 pm EST
Vectorworks 2015 Design Software on Display at LDI 2014
New version, on display at LDI 2014 in Las Vegas, contains more than 100 updates and new features including cloud and mobile solutions.
Images courtesy Nemetschek Vectorworks Inc.
Nemetschek Vectorworks Inc., in Columbia, Md., a provider of intuitive, powerful and practical 2D/3D and Building Information Modeling (BIM) software solutions, announces the new Vectorworks 2015 version of its award-winning line of software products, including: Vectorworks Designer, Architect, Landmark, Spotlight, Fundamentals and Renderworks. This marks the beginning of its worldwide rollout, which continues with the release of localized versions in nine additional languages in the fourth quarter of this year through the second quarter of 2015.
“With every new release, we concentrate on giving customers the enhancements and features they want and, more importantly, what they need to make their visions come to reality faster, easier and with more precision than ever before,” says Dr. Biplab Sarkar, CTO, Nemetschek Vectorworks Inc. “Vectorworks 2015 builds upon the functionality that is important to designers today, providing an experience that connects the dots between vision and realization in the most intuitive way possible.”
The Vectorworks 2015 software contains more than 100 updates and new features in the areas of architecture, BIM, urban planning and entertainment design.
Enhancements and rendering engine integration
The Vectorworks 2015 software contains more than 100 updates and new features in the areas of architecture, BIM, urban planning and entertainment design. In previous versions, the power of 64-bit was only available in the platform’s photorealistic rendering engine, Renderworks, but has now been integrated throughout the entire Vectorworks 2015 product line, providing designers with the ability to handle larger projects, as well as better performance and stability. In addition, designers will observe a revolutionary graphical experience from advances made to the Vectorworks Graphics Module (VGM), introduced last year.
“We are at a turning point where designers are discovering new ways to imagine and construct their projects,” says Sean Flaherty, CEO, Nemetschek Vectorworks Inc. “Every day, designers choose Vectorworks because of our multidisciplinary approach and because they want a solution that supports their creative process instead of replacing it.”
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