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ArborCAD Table Driven Update for Global Users

Following some great feedback from various Arborists from around the globe we have chosen to add a new feature into the software that allows users to set a table of TPZ values based on a variety of size ranges. Table formats are used to make the calculation process...

ArborCAD Global Standards

A Canadian client has advised that in Canada whilst there are no national standards pertaining to tree protection, there are by-laws in most areas that control TPZ installations. However, they do vary from city to city or even within the same city. For example the...

Power User Within Weeks

Jeremy Young from Arbor Australis Consulting has submitted his first job done within a couple of weeks of starting with ArborCAD. Jeremy is a switched-on modern day Arboriculturalist with a keen willingness to embrace tools that make his life easier and his company...

Existing CAD Users Ask the Question

We recently received the following question: We already use Auto Cad to develop our tree protection plans, will Arbor Cad provide any distinct advantage to professional who already use CAD? Answer. Thank you for your question Jeremy. Yes ArborCAD will give you all the...

ArborCAD v1.0 Released Today

Today – 12th August 2011, CAD International, a leading developer of CAD software and CAD related services in Sydney Australia and serving the global architectural and manufacturing design markets announced the début release of Arboriculture software, ArborCAD....

ArborCAD Helps to Value Trees too

Having spoken to a potential user of ArborCAD we have realised ArborCAD will enable Arborists to deploy the Burnley Method of financial valuation of trees with greater accuracy and ease – regardless of shape. ArborCAD will enable accurate area calculations that...

Excellent First Pass

After testing ArborCAD on Friday Last week we were able to detect and correct some issues when running the software on old Windows XP machines. We also identified some simple improvements to the software that will allow users to double check incursions into a Tree...

ArborCAD Ready, Steady… Go!

ArborCAD has passed its first set of in-house testing with flying colours and will undergo some user scrutiny over the next week or so. If all goes well ArborCAD will be available for you to purchase later next week. As you are among the first group of people to...

North American version of ArborCAD

It has become apparent that there is a need for the new ArborCAD software developed down-under in Australia to be made available for the North American market. Similar needs for the protection of trees on construction and proposed construction sites exist in the USA...