The use of technical software is on the rise in the realm of landscape architecture and design, according to Australian leading software company CAD International. Find out why!
A recent interview with Nigel Varley, Managing Director of CAD International, revealed some interesting insights into CAD software for landscape architecture and design in Australia.
Sharing some background knowledge on the company, Varley said, “We’ve been in CAD software development since the early nineties, and before that [I was] closely involved in driving software development of what was then the world’s most advanced architectural software, Caddsman Architect. It was the world’s first BIM product.
“Australia’s been a leader in software development for decades. I don’t think many people realise that. Lots of features commonly found in almost all CAD today owe their origins to the minds of Aussies. Victoria and South Australia, in particular, have been very innovative...
“…we’ve developed heaps of software over the years but LANDWorksCAD®, built on our very own RealCAD engine, is our most successful. This humble ‘home grown’ landscape software is the product competitors measure themselves against.
“I think we owe its success to the reason we created it in the first place – ‘to produce the highest quality output in the easiest way possible’ - and to this day no other software at the professional level has been able to match it.
“We don’t use rocket science or complex engineering to achieve this outcome. We just simplified everything, and people like that!
“With LANDWorksCAD® we’ve achieved a balance between power and functionality, art and technology, and then all we have to do is give great value and superb service. A pretty simple formula really!”
To find out more about Australia’s leading landscape design software visit CAD International.