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Carlson Presents Sept. 17 Webinar

September 10, 2009

Meet Dave Carlson, V.P. of Development for Carlson Software, in this Sept. 17 webinar presented by Carlson Software. Carlson will be walking attendees through some of the new, important features of Carlson's 2010 release, a release that's just getting the finishing touches and is expected on the market in early October.

He'll discuss the new 64-bit interface, explain that 2010 will work with Windows7, and will be on AutoCAD 2010 to name just a few of the highlights. Providing more than 400 new features and enhancements, the Carlson 2010 product line includes Carlson Survey, Carlson Civil, Carlson Hydrology, Carlson Takeoff, Carlson GIS, Carlson Mining, Carlson Field, with a new product, Carlson Construction, soon to be released.

An important member of the Carlson Software team, Carlson is a nephew of the founder Bruce Carlson and has been the programming force behind many of the Carlson products since 1992.

Other improvements to be discussed include document and settings management, drawing standards, smart annotation rules, quick and easy PDF reports, new template transition method by grade table, improved linkage with HydroCAD, and real-time fence diagrams.

Please join Carlson Software for this presentation by Dave Carlson in our 2009 webinar series designed for both Carlson users and those new to our versatile and dynamic solutions. The free event will be held Thursday, Sept. 17, from noon to 1 p.m., EST-US. Sign up now at: www2.gotomeeting.com/register/435031891.


About Carlson Software. Founded in 1983, Carlson Software develops software solutions to bring the land development professional from concept to completion. The 26-year-old company is well known for its comprehensive civil, surveying, machine control and positioning, plus mining software solutions. Its free technical support and dedication to customer service is unique in the industry. Carlson Software is headquartered in Maysville, Ky., with branch offices in Boston and Queensland, Australia.