Civil engineering software encompasses a range of tools to help civil engineers during both the design and construction process.
These programmes can help in every stage of your project including drafting & documenting, designing, visualising & analysing.
EdgeWise is an as-built modeling platform that uses advanced algorithms to automate tedious scan-to-BIM workflows. It models as-built pipes, structural elements, ducts, walls, conduit, and cable trays from mobile and terrestrial point clouds significantly faster than traditional manual modeling techniques—all while improving the accuracy of the model.
Save time and resources by capturing survey data in hours versus days and improve insights at each stage of your surveying and site development work.
Better anticipate issues and assess information throughout your project with BIM (Building Information Modelling). Design and build bridges and tunnels with better predictability.
Promote greater project efficiency and delivery with infrastructure software that provides BIM tools for transportation such as roads, rail, airports and ports.
Improve co-ordination and delivery with BIM for virtual design and construction. Give all stakeholders access to project information almost anytime and anywhere.
CAD is one of the most ubiquitous software design tools. The models generated by CAD software are often used as inputs to other mechanical engineering and design tools.
CAE is a broad term for software used in aiding engineering analysis. CAE software can perform complex tasks such as finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD), among others.
CAM refers to the use of software to help automate the manufacturing process. CAM is typically used after a design has been developed with CAD software and is validated using CAE software before manufacturing.
HVAC design software is used to design indoor spaces that meet temperature and air quality requirements. It is often used in the design of large office and industrial buildings.