Solv3D Software Adds Features and Pricing Model - 03/05/2019
Solv3D, a provider of 3D processing, geospatial data visualization and collaboration tools has announced that a number of new features have been released within SiteVisit360 and 3DPointLogic along with a newly developed pricing model for the latter.
“This release focuses on improving our user experience with both products,” said Kevin Miller, CTO. “Changes to the measurements user interface as well as including the ability to perform 3D area measurements greatly improves the analytics users can perform with the data. Within 3DPointLogic, we’ve also improved our automated processing speeds for getting the data ready for SiteVisit360. This means that users can quickly load data into the system and more readily share it with their clients or teams.”
Most notably for SiteVisit360 is the new measurements interface and new measurement type. The user will now experience a streamlined set of measurement tools, with better positioning and layout as to not affect the amount of real estate available within the extents of their scene. Also, to this effect, the mini map can now be collapsed, allowing for cleaner screen captures and exports.
As of 26 April 2019, a new pricing model will be implemented for 3DPointLogic that will accommodate those users who require access to the application for shorter periods of time within the duration of their project. This will allow the licensing costs to easily be attributed directly against the project. For those that require frequent or consistent access to the tools, annual and semi-annual license rates have been made even more affordable, and to add to the convenience of this new model is an online e-commerce option. Customers can simply visit the website, select their product and purchase using a credit card.
"Those providing data acquisition services rely heavily on being able to price and bid on a project based specifically on what is needed to fulfill on the product or service requirements of their client,” states VP marketing & sales, Tammy Peterson. “This new pricing model will assist them in better forecasting the cost of licensing our software, allowing them to produce a much more accurate and cost-effective bid."
For more information, visit http://solv3d.com.Last updated: 14/05/2019