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SYCODE launches Terrain for AutoCAD
Panaji - 28th Oct, 2004 - SYCODE today launched Terrain for AutoCAD, a terrain mesh modeling plug-in for AutoCAD.
Terrain for AutoCAD gives AutoCAD the ability to create a terrain mesh from a set of unordered points. The terrain mesh is created as a Delaunay Triangulation which is regarded as the best method to create a terrain mesh from unorganized point data. Terrain for AutoCAD can also import a set of points from a text file containing point coordinate data along with point numbers and point descriptions.
"AutoCAD is still the world’s leading customizable and extendable CAD software", explains Deelip Menezes, proprietor of SYCODE. "AutoCAD's capabilities help to solve the day to day problems of the AEC industry. Our AutoCAD plug-ins extend these capabilities even further".
Terrain for AutoCAD is powered by PointLib, a state of the art terrain modeling library developed by SYCODE. PointLib employs blazing fast algorithms and cutting-edge technology to yield superior terrain models in very less time.
Detailed information about Terrain for AutoCAD can be found at http://www.sycode.com/products/terrain_ac/index.htm
SYCODE develops cutting-edge software solutions for Computer Aided Design (CAD). These solutions are in the form of standalone applications or plug-ins that work inside major CAD systems such as AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk VIZ, Autodesk 3D Studio MAX, SolidWorks, Solid Edge, Maya, Rhinoceros, Surfcam, etc.
SYCODE also designs, develops and implements customized software solutions for companies worldwide. The customized solution may be a standalone application working closely with the client's existing CAD application or a plug-in to the CAD application.
Autodesk is more than just a CAD company. Their products and services have become essential tools for more than 4 million professionals in over 160 countries. 100 percent of Fortune 100 firms are Autodesk customers. Autodesk's flagship product, AutoCAD, is a worldwide standard in computer-aided design (CAD). More people use AutoCAD than any other CAD software.
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