Intergraph Introduce Smart™ 3D 2014 Design Software

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Tuesday, November 19, 2013
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Smart™ 3D 2014 is a new single solution created from the consolidation of SmartPlant® 3D, SmartMarine® 3D and SmartPlant 3D Materials Handling Edition. Smart 3D 2014 builds upon Intergraph's Smart 3D technology architecture, say Integraph, to increase quality, interoperability and productivity for clients in the plant, offshore, shipbuilding, metals, mining and bulk material handing industries to have even greater workforce flexibility.

Smart 3D is the world's first and only next-generation 3D design solution specifically tailored for plant, offshore, shipbuilding metals, mining and bulk material handling industries, employing a breakthrough engineering approach that leverages rules-based concurrent design, relationships and automation. Intergraph claim it is the most advanced and productive 3D design solution that effectively enables optimized design, increasing quality, interoperability and productivity, while shortening project schedules.

Smart 3D combines the functionality for marine/offshore projects and materials handling with those of onshore plant design. It features numerous unique capabilities and enhancements requested by users of Intergraph's Smart 3D technology.

"As a participant in the beta testing program, Technip was especially pleased with the installation, configuration and administration improvements in the 2014 release," said Technip Smart 3D Business Product Manager Didier Tison. "We were able to easily bring forward projects built on the 2009.1 release. The improved configuration for extraction of deliverables is significantly faster and the 64-bit processing capabilities allow large drawings to benefit from increased memory availability. It's also much easier to configure and run."

For more information visit: http://www.intergraph.com

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