Keynetix License Borehole Modelling Technology to Autodesk®
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Keynetix are delighted to announce the licensing of borehole modelling technology to Autodesk, which will initially integrate borehole and sub-surface modelling with AutoCAD Civil 3D®.
Gary Morin Technical Director at Keynetix said “I believe by combining the two technologies; our geotechnical know how and the capabilities of AutoCAD Civil 3D, this will lead to improved tools being available to enable users to model and view sub-surface in infrastructure design and BIM.”
The technology will be previewed at the Keynetix and Autodesk stand at the GeotechnicaME Conference in Doha tomorrow by Jack Strongitharm and Roger Chandler
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Thursday 13 June 2019
Geotechnica is the best trade show for the UK geotechnical industry, and in our opinion, the best one to visit for Site Investigation Professionals. This year Keynetix will be returning with our large stand to demonstrate our latest technology and helping existing customers get the most from their software solutions.
Tuesday 30 April 2019
Keynetix will be hosting a User Workshop on Wednesday October 2nd from 1pm - Thursday October 3rd til 1pm at the Omni Louisville Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.
Tuesday 16 April 2019
Keynetix will be observing the National Bank Holiday's over the Easter Period. The offices will close at 17:30 on Thursday 18th April and will re-open at 09:00 on Tuesday 23rd April.
Monday 15 April 2019
In the next few months, Microsoft are retiring extended support for both Windows 7 and the SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 r2 versions. For users who initially installed HoleBASE SI before 26th September 2014 (Versions less than 1.22.0.x) and users who installed KeyLAB before the start of 2015 and who haven’t already upgraded should particularly check to ensure that they are not affected.
Monday 18 March 2019
Keynetix will be exhibiting and speaking at GeoCongress, which takes place from Sunday 24th March through to Wednesday 27th March at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, in Philadelphia.