Autodesk releases AutoCAD 2013
Dubai, April 10, 2012
Autodesk, a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software, has announced the availability of AutoCAD 2013 software products ― the latest versions of the company’s flagship 2D and 3D CAD design applications.
The release includes AutoCAD LT 2013, the AutoCAD LT Civil Suite and AutoCAD 2013. For the first time, the new software connects directly with AutoCAD WS and other Autodesk cloud-based services to help users access their designs and collaborate from almost anywhere.
AutoCAD 2013 enables architects, engineers and other design professionals to better explore design ideas, accelerate documentation and seamlessly connect the entire design workflow.
AutoCAD 2013 software gives users increased flexibility to customize their software to meet unique industry needs and drive efficiency from design concept to completion.
“We’re dedicated to helping our customers of all sizes and in any industry bring their innovative concepts to life,” said Amy Bunszel, vice president, AutoCAD Products, Autodesk.
“Our customers are facing new challenges in increasingly mobile and competitive design environments, and we’re committed to delivering the power and flexibility required to meet these challenges with improved efficiency.”
AutoCAD LT 2013 drafting and detailing software delivers powerhouse 2D documentation, collaboration and productivity tools.
AutoCAD LT Civil Suite includes all the advantages of AutoCAD LT 2013, plus Autodesk CALS Tools that automatically check your 2D civil engineering documents to help comply with Japanese government standards.
AutoCAD 2013 delivers powerful new tools for design aggregation, cloud connectivity and streamlined design and documentation workflows. Customers can now connect directly to Autodesk cloud offerings, enabling them to access and collaborate on designs from almost anywhere.
AutoCAD 2013 users can access and install hundreds of apps through the Autodesk Exchange Apps store, making it easier than ever to customize their AutoCAD experience. – TradeArabia News Service