GstarCAD 2011 Released
Company recognized by World Intellectual Property Organization
China, Feb 14, 2011 - GstarCAD, a leading provider of 2D/3D CAD
software and a recent WIPO Award winner, has announced the release of
GstarCAD 2011 version. The powerful yet intuitive computer-aided design solution
has been improved to provide compatibility with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and
AutoCAD and ensure increased productivity for its users.
Developed to facilitate speed drafting and design, GstarCAD is based on
IntelliCAD technology. The software platform offers its users a comprehensive
solution allowing them to reduce costs, boost productivity and help a designer
make the most of his time. To increase user satisfaction the developers enhanced
the latest version adding full compatibility with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7,
AutoCAD from R2.5 to 2010, and other AutoCAD apps.
The new version offers a number of new features including transformation from
3D model to 2D drawings, advanced Drawing compare, text field and more. GstarCAD
2011 also boasts the new sophisticated and convenient Ribbon user interface
providing easier and faster access to its extensive functionality.
Meanwhile, GstarCAD’s achievements in the field of intellectual property use
and protection have been officially recognized by the World Intellectual
Property Organization (WIPO). At the WIPO Award Ceremony which took place during
the Third China International Copyright Expo the company was given WIPO’s
Utilization Award for its continuous promotion of software copyright protection.
GstarCAD is the fast, powerful and DWG-compatible CAD software for the
industries involving AEC, mechanical, manufacturing, electrical, GIS, survey and
mapping, civil, etc. It is the world-class 2D/3D CAD (Computer aided design)
software platform based on IntelliCAD technology. GstarCAD's powerful functions,
AutoCAD-compatible programming platform, cost-effective solution and ease-of-use
operating interface ensure that your design inspiration comes true skillfully
and thoroughly at high speed.
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