Professional Land Surveyor News: Geo-Plus VisionPlus 2010 Land Surveying Software Released
Geo-Plus has announced the release of its Geo-Plus VisionPlus 2010 land surveying software. Founded in 1987, Geo-Plus has gone from it's initial software, named Geoplus, and made refinements in response to the land surveying software marketplace to produce their new and improved VisionPlus geomatics software. Geo-Plus boasts clients using VisionPlus from a wide range of small and large-scale companies, and government agencies. VisionPlus is also used by many colleges and universities to teach and train the new and upcoming generations of land surveyors.
About Geo-Plus VisionPlus
Geo-Plus VisionPlus resolves functionality, usability and process-related issues. It provides, among others, COGO functions, topology parcels manager, building siting and staking, points and connectivity manager, metes and bounds capability and least squares adjustments.
Here's a short list of the Geo-Plus VisionPlus 2010 features and benefits:
- Two documents that can be viewed simultaneously even if they are linked to different databases.
- Surfaces with breaklines that can be exported in LandXML or InRoads format file in just one-step.
- The scale of more than one selected object that can be modified according to the insertion point.
- The software is completely compatible with AutoCAD 2010, MicroStation V8i, PowerDraft V8i and Bricscad.
- This cutting edge software offers the handy feature of seeing the lay out construction in a total station notebook.
- With Geo-Plus VisionPlus 2010, there is no need to bring printed plans to your site; the plans can be directly imported into a notebook and placed at the exact coordinates.
The following two images by Geo-Plus show a plan made with GeoPlus VisionPlus 2010 and then as imported into a FieldGenius Notebook:
President of Geo-Plus, Wilfrid Beaupre, said:
“Our customers are counting on Geo-Plus software to improve their productivity. We must always adjust the software and offer upgrades that are intended to expand the capabilities of all land surveyors. We are also often called upon to provide add-on modules that are developed to meet specific needs.” Wilfrid Beaupre, President.