We will be participating again this year in the 2014 Ohio Transportation Engineering Conference (OTEC) in Columbus, Ohio. The two-day conference attended by over 3000 people from across the United States addresses the latest policies and technical information, as well as covering new ideas in transportation policies, planning, design, construction, maintenance, operation, local government, and management of transportation resources.
Dates and Location:
Tuesday October 28 – Wednesday October 29, 2014
Greater Columbus Convention Center
400 North High Street
Visit us at Booth: 622 to see our innovative Transportation design solutions in action!
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What you’ll learn and experience at this year’s TSUG:
Earn 8 PDH and boost your knowledge of leading edge transportation engineering technology
› Join us October 22, 2014 in Philadelphia!
Are you getting all the functionality you need from your Transoft products? Want to boost your knowledge of AutoTURN and other transportation engineering software? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn productivity-enhancing tips about our extensive line of solutions including AutoTURN, TORUS Roundabouts, NEXUS Intersections and more.
During this one day event, you’ll have a chance to learn more about AutoTURN vehicle simulation software and more. You will also learn how to become AutoTURN Certified and become recognized as a vehicle swept path analysis expert.
WHERE: Hampton Inn Philadelphia Center City – Convention Center
1301 Race Street (Corner of 13th Street) | Philadelphia, PA 19107
WHEN:Wednesday, October 22, 2014
User Group Meeting: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm | Evening Social: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Why come to TSUG 2014?
As a proud sponsor of the TAC Centennial Conference, I would like to personally invite you to join us at our open house on Tuesday, September 30th between 5:00 pm and 7:30 pm.
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Join us for a drink and appetizers and network with your peers in a social setting. Come and meet our team and learn more about our industry leading products for transportation engineering.
Also be sure to stop by our booth #900/902 for a chance to test drive the latest software innovations for road, highway, and site design. And for the racer in you: take the AutoTURN Challenge and see if you have what it takes to beat your peers! Give it your best on our very own RC track for a chance to win some incredible prizes!
What is the wingspan of a Boeing B757-200 with retrofitted winglets? Such questions are posed daily by airport operational staff, planners, engineers and many other professionals in the aviation industry. Aircraft Data Viewer provides the answer to this question and more. With an aircraft library presenting key data and graphical illustrations for more than 450 aircraft models, industry professionals need not look any further.
As a resource, Aircraft Data Viewer appeals to not only those involved in the planning and design of airport facilities, but also operational staff on the ground. With the latest release, users can now choose between a Single license with either hardware (USB dongle) or software protection, or alternatively a Network license using software protection. Designed to increase flexibility, these solutions make it possible to easily share Aircraft Data Viewer within a department, between departments, or even between sites.
Aircraft Data Viewer runs directly in Windows, without the need for any other type of software or CAD platform. Data can be stored as PDFs or sent to a printer, perfect for projects, meetings or presentations. Implementing a reliable shared source such as Aircraft Data Viewer is an easy contribution to safer airport operations.
Aircraft Data Viewer allows users to compare the dimensions of up to five aircraft on the fly. In addition, aircraft can be listed and ranked on selected criteria such as minimum turning radius or jet blast impact.
To learn more about Aircraft Data Viewer visit our product page: Aircraft Data Viewer details
Our M.O. at Transoft is to develop innovative solutions that provide transportation engineers confidence and peace of mind when they’re working on road and highway projects. Vehicle accessibility and safety, among other concerns, are of paramount interest to our customers. For that reason we’re always appreciative when we see others with similar interests. Volvo has become a name synonymous with ‘safety’ and is certainly no stranger to innovation, with plans next month to release 2 world first’s in vehicle safety features for their top selling XC90 SUV.
Dating back to the invention of the three point seatbelt, Swedish auto giant, Volvo, has always been known to be the leader in vehicle safety technology. So it comes as no surprise that it’s taking vehicle safety features to another level. The automaker will take a turn into the future when it reveals its new XC90 luxury SUV next month. Two innovative safety features, which Volvo is touting to be ‘world-firsts’, will be introduced: auto braking when turning in front of an oncoming vehicle, and run-off road protection.
The auto braking feature will kick in when the driver is turning in front of an oncoming vehicle, the XC90 brakes automatically when it detects a potential crash in order to avoid collision. The run-off road protection feature detects when the vehicle is about to drift off the road and will tighten the front seatbelts and apply extra steering torque pulling the vehicle back on track.
The automaker’s vision is that no one will be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car by 2020. It plans to incorporate more safety features in every new car launched after the XC90. The new features for the XC90 will be available at dealerships in the spring of 2015. To see a full list of all the new safety features visit this link here.
When it comes to world first’s, that’s something we know a thing or two about as well, having a long history of innovations including the world’s first vehicle swept path solution for Autodesk® Revit®. Released in 2013, AutoTURN® for Autodesk® Revit® allows architects to efficiently generate dynamic vehicle swept paths along roadways, driveways, parking lots, entrances and exit ways all within the Revit environment. To see the software in action, watch the video and a recorded webcast by clicking the links below. If you’re the reading type, click here to visit the product page.
› See how in a live online webinar
In this age of BIM, using the latest technology is essential for keeping projects on schedule and on budget. With the need for on-demand digital information and collaboration, the architectural sector is moving the planning and designing life-cycle of a project into one integrated and streamlined process to maximize efficiencies.
When: July 23, 2014 | 10:00 am PDT | 1:00 pm EDT
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THE LIVE WEBINAR
AutoCAD® USERS: SEE OUR OTHER CAD SOLUTIONS IN ACTION