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Leap forward in software development at Keynetix

Keynetix has announced further improvements to its geotechnical knowledge management system, Holebase SI program, which was unveiled last year.

The company has said that work equal to a full year of working time of one engineer has been put into improving the software since its launch four months ago.

The five-person team directed resources into the new template studio and extension for AutoCAD Civil 3D upgrade but a whole host of features and functions were also added.

The project metadata can now be extended to include user definable fields and pick lists, and new features in this release include integration of bulk update with automatic column selection and integration of document management.

The professional version also adds Geo-location services integration, including zoom to co-ordinate, search and zoom to place and a site plan generation (template drive) with user defined scaled output and title.

There are more improvements in configuration management and users can now bulk import project data to include all default AGS project metadata from the “PROJ” group.

“This is another major step forward for our vision for Holebase SI,” said Roger Chandler, Keynetix managing director “The inclusion of the additional mapping functionality and the project management features will enable even more organisations to benefit from the new project management capabilities.”

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