Plex-Earth, since its initial launch, is boosting the design process and helps the engineers to connect their drawings with the real world. The idea behind the software is innovation, which can only come with continuous improvements.
As such, the new version of Plex-Earth, 2023, introduces a number of important improvements and new features that can be a game changer.
For example, the software now, it not only offers imagery and terrain data from the best providers in the field, but also, for maximum accuracy and quality, the user can order drone data for any part in the world!
This new collaboration with Inflights, transforms Plex-Earth to a mandatory tool, not only for the early stages of the design, but for all the design and construction phases of a project.
So, here’s a list of all the new things that Plex-Earth 2023 introduces and you should know about:
- Order a Drone Flight for your Project Area, with just a Few Clicks
Drones adoption in AEC increases exponentially the last years, because anyone can get incredibly realistic 3D views of their project, with exceptional accuracy. Now, the engineer does not have to travel or bother with the permits and insurances required for professional use. Plex-Earth and Inflights do all these things for the user. Just sit in the office and wait for the data to come straight in the computer, within a short time!
- Premium Imagery Providers
Plex Earth 2023 imports imagery from the best providers for the best designers out there. The collaboration with Airbus, Maxar, Nearmap and Hexagon allows the user to choose the best option for their project area, with the best quality. Depending on the provider and area, the quality can get up to 7,5 cm/pixel or 3 in/pixel! Seeing will be designing now!
- Timeviews (Historical Imagery)
The most awaited feature! Create a chronological visualization of an area of interest, from a variety of historical imagery datasets that can go up to just a couple of days before! Observe the progress of a project, track all the changes made in the construction fields or mines throughout time, or even see the real effects of natural disasters on worksites.
- New Terrain Providers
No need to limit your choices. Plex-Earth still offers terrain data from Amazon and Google Earth, but also introduces Cesium. With the unique characteristics of each provider, the user can choose the best option for their area and speed up the design process.
- Getting Terrain Data from Google Earth
Yes, you read well, Google Earth is back. Still you will need to use version 7.1.8, but Google Earth offers undisputedly the best and accurate terrain data that can be found online.
- New More User Friendly Interface
For those who used Plex-Earth 5 or 5D know how Plex-Earth's interface was improved from previous versions. It is truly amazing the way how the various imports can be managed. In 2023 things got even more smoothly actually!
- Compatibility with AutoCAD 2023
Game changing companies look forward and being one step ahead is always a plus. Plex-Earth 2023 offers full compatibility with the just released AutoCAD 2023, as well as with its most popular verticals (Civil 3D, Map 3D, Architecture, Mechanical, Steel).
- Fully Customizable Subscription Plans
No need to pay for features that you do not use. Speak with our agents and find out the best option for your case. Stand-alone or floating licenses, as well as add-ons to the main plans can be found in the pricing page.
Of course all the favorite classic features that made Plex-Earth a must, are still here, but everything is optimized, with more freedom and more capabilities.
So, are you ready to be introduced to the new design dimension?
Just start your Plex-Earth 2023 free trial right now!
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