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Plexscape joins forces with Transoft Solutions

Since the creation of Plex.Earth in 2009, we have been committed to changing the way engineers work on Architectural, Engineering and Construction (AEC) projects, by bridging the gap between design and the real-world.

Following through on our commitment, we are excited to announce our partnership with Transoft Solutions, a global leader in transportation engineering design and analysis software.

Central to the partnership is integrating AutoTurn with Plex.Earth, allowing engineers and designers to demonstrate vehicle swept path analyses directly into Google Earth.

By creating and sharing self-explaining presentations in the Google Earth environment, engineers can make design decisions with more confidence, reduce revisions and keep their projects on time and on budget.

Do you want to know what Plex.Earth can do for you? Start your free trial now and stay tuned for more!

Plexscape awarded ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Certificate

Plexscape awarded ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Certificate

Since the creation of Plex.Earth in 2010, we are always looking for ways to improve customer satisfaction and add real value to the relationship with our users. Thus, we are really excited to announce that Plexscape, is now EN ISO 9001:2015 certified for its quality management system for the scope "Sales and Technical Support of Software Applications". We're proud of this accomplishment, given that it's the second time that we get ISO certified!

Plex.Earth: Import 3D terrain and imagery from Google Earth to AutoCAD

Plex.Earth: Import 3D terrain and imagery from Google Earth to AutoCAD

For the last months, our development team has been very busy in building the new version of our flagship product, Plex.Earth 4.

We're all excited having added some unique features to our software, and although our new version is in beta version, we would like to share a sneak peek at these new capabilities.

Children making their town prettier

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Last week we spent a couple of days in Ioannina, one of the most beautiful cities in Greece, well known for its history and amazing natural beauty.

Also, it's a city full of energy. There, a bunch of children, from a very active local art school, put their best to transform the front wall of an abandoned building into a point of interest for the whole town.

Kids grabbed a paintbrush and gave an immediate answer to a very critical question: how can we make our life prettier?