RockWare Software recentl released an updated to their RockWorks software package popular with geotechnical and geological professionals. There are a host of new features. You can read about them on their new features page, or […]
RockWare has released an update to their popular geological and geotechnical software package, RockWorks 16. It’s pretty clear these folks are not sitting back on their heels but continuing to develop and push out new […]
Geological software developer RockWare announced last month that their free update for RockWorks 16 contains over 75 changes since the previous update. And if anyone is counting, that’s 672 changes since the initial release of […]
This 17 minute webinar by Rockware introduces you to the various geotechnical-related features of RockWorks 16. RockWorks Geotechnical Webinar Video [Source: YouTube. Image: YouTube]
This video shows a very cool way of representing strike and dip measurements in Google Earth using a RockWorks tool.
This video from RockWare shows a 4D Google Earth tour of a simulated groundwater contamination plume migration created using several tools in their RockWorks software package.
RockWare has announced an update to their popular RockWorks software package. RockWorks15 2010.4.15 includes a number of enhancements, including: Digitize XYZ coordinates in RockPlot3D. View World Coordinates of any point in RockPlot3D. Create borehole location […]
RockWare, makers of the popular RockWorks software package announced recently the release of a brand new version of their flagship software. Their announcement claims that RockWorks15 has many new features, below are a few that […]
June 19, 2008. EarthSoft today announced that it has received a contract from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) for an Enterprise version of EQuIS for geotechnical data management, including support of new DIGGS (Data Interchange for Geotechnical & Geoenvironmental Specialists) EDDs.
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It’s been a busy month for geo-software. RockWare has announced Version 14 of its popular RockWorks software package, a subsurface data visualization software tool that can handle maps, cross-sections, logs, fence diagrams, 3-D stratigraphic models and volumetrics. A new single-user license is $2,499 and the upgrade price for a single-user license from RockWorks 2006 is $399 (US$). Highlights of a few new features, more images and links after the break. (Images from RockWare – rockware.com)