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Jun 1, 2010
Softree Offers a Low Cost Competitive Upgrade
Softree Technical Systems Inc. today announced a low cost competitive upgrade for users with outdated, unmaintained or obsolete civil software. Under the terms of the offer, users will be able to upgrade to Softree’s RoadEng® for a significant* discount. Qualifying software includes Eaglepoint’s RoadCalc™ and Civil series, AutoCAD Land Desktop® and Caice® software products. Product Manager, Dave Mills comments, "Many civil engineering companies…

Dec 5, 2007
RoadEng® and Wind Power Development
Softree Technical Systems Inc. of North Vancouver, B.C. announced the official introduction of RoadEng® Version 5 into the Wind Power development community. Recent success in the Wind Power industry has shown that RoadEng Version 5 is ideal for designing low and high volume access roads, and pads for wind farms.

Dec 5, 2007
​RoadLogger Data Collection Software Released
Softree Technical Systems Inc. of North Vancouver, B.C. announced the release of RoadLogger, a road data collection software package. RoadLogger was developed for the B.C. Ministry of Forests to gather maintenance information on forest roads. Status information on culverts, ditching, bridges and road surfacing and signage can be quickly recorded. RoadLogger runs on a standard laptop computer and is intended to be used while driving in a pickup…

Jun 28, 2007
RoadEng® Version 5 Released
Softree Technical Systems Inc. of North Vancouver B.C. announced today the release of RoadEng Version 5, their terrain modeling and civil engineering software. Version 5 includes a long list of new and improved features.

Jan 17, 2006
Softree Adds Support for Google Earth
Softree Technical Systems Inc. of West Vancouver B.C. announces an interface to Google Earth from Terrain Tools and RoadEng, their surveying and civil engineering software. Google Earth combines satellite imagery, maps, 3D terrain models and powerful search functions allow you to visit any place on earth with a few mouse clicks. You can fly from one place to another, zooming and panning in both plan and 3D. A free copy from the Google Earth…

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