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April 16th, 2014
kubit Announces New Product Releases and Functionality

The all new “kubit MySuite” allows customers to essentially mix and match any of kubit’s software offerings on to a single license with significant savings.
VirtuSurv for Revit now allows designers to use scan data within the Revit Family Editor. This is a first for the laser scanning market. VS for Revit also supports extraction of arc walls

  • PointSense Plant provides new tie-in point extraction, structural type/size recognition and faster piping design with smarter, more enhanced catalogs.
  • PointSense Heritage and kubit PhoToPlan customers will benefit from a new Recap Photo utility directly in CAD for quick image calibration.
  • PointSense Building users can now restrict floor plan line extraction to fixed angles to meet project design specifications.
  • All PointSense users will benefit from new planar, cylindrical and conical analysis tools as well as improved polygonal line extraction.

This morning the kubit team announced product release dates along with an upcoming webinar series to showcase their laser scanning software portfolio, now compatible to Autodesk 2015 products. For more than 15 years kubit has developed Autodesk based software for as-built documentation including many industry specific tools for laser scanning in the fields of plant design, heritage, building documentation and more. Product releases are set for 5/26/2014 and those interested can begin signing up for a series of webinars held between May 13th and June 4th. The information below details some of the enhancements kubit users can expect to see within new product releases.

Click here for Webinar Dates and Details: http://www.kubitusa.com/spar/