News & Events

Nov 21, 2016
Softree Optimal Plug-In for Civil 3D in Beta
The Softree Optimal plug-in for Civil 3D has arrived! Civil 3D users can now easily access the power of optimization within the environment they are used to, with a new and user-friendly interface. Optimization can reduce earthwork construction costs by 10-30% or more, depending on the project. With the new plug-in, Civil 3D users can achieve this reduction in cost with their native Civil 3D assemblies, alignments, and surfaces. Having access…

Nov 15, 2016
Terrain Tools Field for iPad Officially Released
P-line data entry is about to get easier! The Terrain Tools field app for iPad was officially released today. Terrain Tools Field allows you to enter survey data and verify traverses in the field using an iPad. Once you get back to the office, connect the iPad to your computer and import via iTunes OR simply email yourself the survey note file and you’re ready to go. All RoadEng customers on the yearly support subscription can have access to…

Sep 14, 2016
2016 Demo Conference & Associated Events
​Softree will be presenting at COFE’s 108th Annual General Meeting, in association with the DEMO International Conference in Vancouver, BC this coming week. We will be speaking about the use of optimization technology in forestry road planning as a way of taking greater advantage of LiDAR data. Optimizing the alignment of a road using accurate topographical data allows engineers to determine the best road location based on cost. Optimization…

Sep 2, 2016
2016 TAC Conference
Softree is going to the 2016 TAC Conference in Toronto. We’ll be at the exhibition showing governments, consultants, and other TAC delegates how Softree Optimal can save construction dollars and engineering time. If you’re in town for the conference, make sure you come by our booth to say hi!

May 25, 2016
Say Hello to the New and Improved Softree.com
Softree has a brand new, fancy, and NOT more complicated website! As a matter of fact, our biggest goal with new our website was to keep it simple, even though our software does pretty complicated stuff. It’s been a lot of hard work to build the new website, but you’re worth it. We hope you enjoy the new graphics and easy navigation structure.

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