Spanish debutant extends its Architecture

UrbiCAD Architecture is visiting GITEX Technology Week for the first time this year.

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By  Administrator Published  September 8, 2007

UrbiCAD Architecture is visiting GITEX Technology Week for the first time this year. The company develops software for health and safety in the construction industry and is launching its application software for AutoCAD's platform at the show, according to José Fito Rivas, department of development engineer.

The application allows the user to draw up all the plans necessary to develop the graphics and diagrams for a better definition and understanding of the preventative measures defined in a company's safety report.

"Using the different tools included in the CAD application, it is possible to formalise all the health and safety site plans," says Rivas.

He adds that the CAD application permits the parametric installation of protective equipment, auxiliary measures, fixed machinery, workshops and warehouses, vertical and horizontal signposting, fencing, sanitary services and access ways.

"The protective measures for the site are specifically attached to the applicable drawings, which act as a basis for obtaining the measurements automatically," continues Rivas.

UrbiCAD is launching its product at the show in the hopes of making a mark on the currently thriving construction market in the Middle East today.

"We are hoping to, on one hand, announce ourselves to the market and on the other hand, search for distributors for our products," Rivas says.

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