Home » Autodesk Announces 2004 Family of Industry Solutions 03.17.2003
New generation of products and services help teams create, share and manage digital design data throughout project lifecycles.
Autodesk Inc. announced its next generation of design software, a full range of powerful new technologies including the fastest AutoCAD software release yet– AutoCAD 2004 - and a new family of AutoCAD-based products. The product family includes twelve robust design application releases customized for the building, manufacturing and infrastructure markets: AutoCAD 2004, AutoCAD LT 2004, Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2004, Autodesk Building Systems 2004, AutoCAD Mechanical 2004, Autodesk Civil Design 2004, Autodesk Civil Series 2004, Autodesk Map 2004, Autodesk Map Series 2004, Autodesk Raster Design 2004, Autodesk Land Desktop 2004, and Autodesk Survey 2004. Forthcoming releases of the Autodesk Inventor Series 7 and Autodesk Revit 5.1 advanced modeling products, although not built on the AutoCAD platform, will be compatible with the new AutoCAD family of products.
Customers can preview these products this week at the National Design Engineering Show (NDES) 2003 in Chicago and at the Geospacial Information & Technology Association (GITA) Conference 2003 in San Antonio, Texas.
“Our customers - Fortune 100s and small- and medium-sized businesses alike—understand that digital design data is a strategic business asset. The more broadly they share design data across their teams and out to business partners, the more profit they can earn from their design assets,” said John Sanders, vice president of Autodesk’s Platform Technologies Division. “The new AutoCAD product and its family of industry-specific solutions integrate project work quickly and easily, allowing customers to create and share design data with ease and to manage the software with greater efficiency. The new releases are packed with new features to help complete projects on schedule by helping teams work better together, becoming more productive than ever before.”
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