ADAMA Software has released update 13.1 for their Mechanically Stabilized Earth retaining wall design software, MSEW 3.0 as of August 30, 2011. Some of the design methodology changes in the 2009 FHWA manual for MSE walls were implemented in Update 13, as well as a few corrections related to true bridge abutments and other bug fixes.
If you haven’t read today’s gINT Software press release on their new Google Earth capabilities in gINT, do that first. Go ahead..I’ll wait.
As readers of this site know, I’m a big fan of utilizing Google Earth as a geoengineering tool, and since I’m a big fan of gINT as a geoengineering tool as well, this news for me was like a match made in heaven! The good folks over at gINT were kind enough to give me a sneak peek at the new Google Earth functionality a couple days ago. And they also discussed a shift in their approach to updates and upgrades that will be of particular interest to all gINT users. Click through for more info. (Screenshot courtesy of gINT Software)
ADAMA Software has released update 10.1 for their Mechanically Stabilized Earth retaining wall design software, MSEW 3.0 as of September 29, 2009. Click through for the download link and a few of the changes.
I expect that when the new FHWA MSE Wall Manual hits the street in a few months time that we will see some significant updates with the MSEW software package.
Dataforensics Welcomes EarthScience Information Systems Pty Ltd in Australia as new Technology Partner and distributor
Norcross, GA, March 30, 2010 – Dataforensics, maker of geotechnical data management software, and EarthScience Information Systems, developer of the environmental data management software program ESdat, are pleased to announce a technology partnership. Additionally, EarthScience Information Systems has been granted rights to represent Dataforensics’ data management software applications in Australia. [Editor] Click through for the rest of the press release from GeoPrac sponsor Dataforensics. [/Editor]