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Friday, July 24, 2015

AVEVA has announced that version 2.1 of its innovative 3D design software, AVEVA Everthing3D, has been extremely well received in early adopter trials.

AVEVA has announced that version 2.1 of its innovative 3D design software, AVEVA Everthing3D, has been extremely well received in early adopter trials. Leading names have been involved in the initial trials with an overwhelmingly positive response. Building on the success of AVEVA E3D 1.1 this next generation of plant design software introduces an enhanced user interface which is driving down learning curves whilst increasing efficiency. Unique laser scanning capabilities will deliver huge benefits, especially in brownfield projects, and significant changes to the structural and supports modules to maximise performance.

'We've made a number of major enhancements to AVEVA E3D after working closely with our customers', said Dave Wheeldon, CTO, AVEVA. 'The market has demonstrated a real appetite for more powerful and advanced plant design software, and our customers have made it clear that AVEVA E3D is delivering a game-changing solution. I heard some fantastic comments about our latest version of AVEVA E3D at a recent reference group with a key customer including: 'Brilliant', 'Step-Change', 'Value-Added', and 'We love it!'. This kind of enthusiasm is a great validation for AVEVA E3D 2.1.'

AVEVA E3D 2.1 is currently being trialed by selected customers around the world. It will be launched at the AVEVA World Summit in Dubai on October 20-22, 2015.



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