- Full 3D integrated design across all modules in one single user interface.
- Google Earth point & elevation imports
- Auto pick up OGL, PL & slope level
- Real-time verification
- Improve working speed by 80% over the previous version
- Better visualization, more accurate design & enjoys better coordination
- Clash analysis between Water, Sewer & Drain in 3D
- View & edit directly entity clash in 3D
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