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Carlson Software Features New and Improved Software and Hardware at Intergeo 2018

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (October 2018) – Be prepared to learn how Carlson Software’s many innovative products for geodesy, geoinformation, and land management will work for you when visiting Carlson stand #12.1C.058 (Hall 12) at Intergeo in Frankfurt, Germany, October 16-18. “Technology moves rapidly,” says Bruce Carlson, founder and president of Carlson Software, “and here at […] ...
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Note from the President – September 2018

Carlson 2019 on IntelliCAD 9.0 Works Natively on Microstation ® DGN Drawings A real breakthrough for newly released Carlson 2019 is that it can load and work natively in Microstation “.dgn” drawings. You also have the ability to start new drawings in “.dgn” mode using the File > New command. By “native”, we mean that […] ...

Old School, New Tech

There has been a lot of buzz and excitement about surveying with drones, scanners, and mobile LIDAR units over more than a decade and companies worldwide are scrambling to get on top of it. Manufacturers are spending a lot of time and resources in producing both hardware and software for what appears to be one […] ...

Carlson Mining 2019 Introduces New Features and Commands for Added Functionality

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (September 2018) — Carlson Mining 2019, which includes the Basic Mining, Geology, Surface Mining, and Underground Mining modules, has just been released. Substantial new features and commands in this release provide useful additional functionality. “The solids menu within the underground mining module has expanded to include commands for editing, cleaning, refining, and […] ...

Handle Large Files Faster and Better With Carlson Civil/Hydrology/GIS 2019

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (September 2018) — Enhancements to the 3D Viewer routine, triangulation file utilities, and parking lot design abilities are just some of the newest features in the just released Carlson Civil 2019. “The 3D Viewer routines have all been overhauled in Carlson Civil 2019,” says David Carlson, Carlson Software V.P. of Development. “That […] ...
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Carlson Survey 2019 Brings User Requested Features and DGN Compatibility

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (September 2018) — Carlson’s latest release of Survey 2019 brings more user requested features as well as enhanced compatibility between CAD platforms. Carlson Survey with IntelliCAD 9.0 supports direct read of DGN files allowing users to make edits without converting drawing formats. Surveyors who work with clients that require DGN as a […] ...
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Note from the President – August 2018

IntelliCAD, Carlson iCAD, Dynamic CAD and Dual .DWG and .DGN CAD There is a lot happening at Carlson Software on the CAD front. Virtually all of our office software, including the flagship Carlson Survey, Carlson Civil, Takeoff and the Carlson Mining modules, work on both AutoCAD® and IntelliCAD. These are similar platforms. The beauty of […] ...

Hot Summer Tips

Ah, we’re into the dog days of summer with temperatures in many parts of the country well above 90°–a good time to get out of the heat and learn some new, infrequently used, but very useful Carlson commands to get ready for what should be a very busy fall for all of us. Let me […] ...

Carlson Invites Attendees to “Grow with Us” at Upcoming 2019 User Conference

MAYSVILLE, Kentucky, U.S.A. (August 2018) — Carlson Software will host its 2019 User Conference with the theme “Grow with Us” on May 7 through 9, 2019 in Carlson’s historic hometown of Maysville, Kentucky. Attendees can expect instruction by Carlson product experts and professionals within the industry. The conference will feature beginner, intermediate, and advanced skill […] ...
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Carlson Boretrak® Case Study by Doug Ray, Owner of Dallas Hydraulics

Recently, one of my underground mining customers from Louisiana asked me to solve a critical issue they were facing. The mine had used several types of drills and had been successful in their operation for many years until they made a change in drill size to increase production. They were drilling vertical holes 50-feet deep […] ...
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