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June 2nd, 2011
Trimble’s RealWorks – 1st with E57 E2807 Data Exchange Standard

Trimble introduced today Trimble RealWorks version 7.0, the first commercially available software suite that incorporates the newly approved ASTM International E57 E2807 data exchange standard for 3D imaging systems. Trimble RealWorks version 7.0 allows 3D laser scanning professionals to use their design software of choice, depending on their applications and workflow. Trimble RealWorks is a stand-alone solution for the interpretation and 3D rendering of scan point cloud data. Trimble RealWorks version 7.0 supports the new ASTM E57 E2807 data exchange standard, which was approved in April of 2011. Learn More