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Civil 3d LT

Civil 3d LT

I think it would be very helpful to the surveyors if you make a Civil 3D Lt that is an updated version of Land Development Desktop that Surveyors could use without all the extras included in Civil 3D

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rkmcswain
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I'm guessing they are not thinking in this direction. They had a program called "Civil" a while back that was sort of a stripped down version of Civil 3D and it didn't survive.

 

Even if they did make a Civil 3D LT, it would not be based on Land Desktop.

ChrisRS
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I think a Survey or LT product makes  sense. Civil3D  is overkill for most surveyors. and way to expensive. I am a one-man Civil shop   All the small Architects, designers, and  surveyors that I deal with have me save back to 2000 or 2004. There is an untapped market for AutoDesk.

rkmcswain
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It may make sense for you and a few others, but it obviously doesn't make business sense for Autodesk.

They are heavily invested in cloud technologies and stripping down an existing standalone program to sell a few copies is not in their best interests.

 

Have you considered Carlson, MicroSurvey or one of the other independents who concentrate on the needs of Surveyors?

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