PLAXIS MoDeTo: Coming soon!

PLAXIS MoDeTo: Coming soon!

The release of PLAXIS MoDeTo is drawing near. As launch date approaches, we work intensively to make sure all pieces fit in place, all loose ends get connected and all tests and validations are passed.

Among all this activity, it is time for MoDeTo to make its first public screen appearance! Watch the video for a quick premiere of the software.

Want to know more about PLAXIS MoDeTo? Contact us for more information

 

24 – 26 July, 53rd Japan National Conference on Geotechnical Engineering
2 – 5 July, ICOLD 2018

On behalf of the Austrian National Committee on Large Dams, it is my great honor to invite you to the 26th ICOLD World Congress in combination with the 86th ICOLD Annual Meeting and the ATCOLD Symposium Hydro Engineering, to be held in Vienna, Austria.

The conference program will include interesting study tours to high-head pumped storage plants, run-of-river plants and excellent examples of Austrian dams at high elevation in the Alps.
The cultural program for participants and accompanying persons will comprise musical performances and excursions to some of Austria’s most impressive sites.

Participants in 2018’s ICOLD World Congress can take advantage of the event’s special location and enjoy Austria’s renowned hospitality, cultural heritage and landscape. Vienna is a pleasant and safe city with outstanding conference facilities as well as comfortable international travel connections and a well-developed local transportation network.

A great number of national institutions, the dam owners and the members of ATCOLD are eager to contribute to ICOLD, supporting the Congress in Vienna. Together our aim is a productive coming together for our community based on hospitality and friendship.

Looking forward to meeting you at our Plaxis booth.

24 – 27 June, NAT 2018

The North American Tunneling Conference is the premier biannual tunneling event for North America. This four-day conference provides access to a technical program focused on the current tunneling projects, challenges and successes throughout North America.

Plaxis is having a booth (419) at this conference and we look forward to meeting you there.

10 – 13 June Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics V

The Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics Technical Committee of the Geo-Institute (G-I) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is organizing the 5th conference on Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics, which will be held June 10–13, 2018 in Austin, TX.

GEESD V 2018 builds upon the success of past events in Sacramento CA (2008), Seattle WA (1998), Park City UT (1988), and Pasadena CA (1978). The conference will bring together practicing geoprofessionals, researchers, and students from around the world to share the latest advances, engineering applications, and pedagogical approaches in this discipline.

Bentley Systems Acquires Plaxis, and Complementary SoilVision, to Integrate Geotechnical Engineering within Digital Workflows for Infrastructure Projects
Update to PLAXIS 3D 2017.01 available

Plaxis is pleased to announce the release of the PLAXIS 3D 2017.01 update pack. This update pack contains various fixes with respect to visualization, the centerline tool and more.

The server side issue with PLAXIS Connect Application tab has in the mean also been resolved, so users can use PLAXIS Connect again to update to the new 3D release, or other software releases.  Downloading can also be done through the software updates page.

 

 

30 April – 4 May, USSD 2018

For the first time, USSD will hold its annual meeting in the state of Florida. The Theme of the 38th Annual Conference, A Balancing Act: Dams, Levees and Ecosystems, reflects the importance of environmentally sustainable water projects within diverse and sometimes fragile ecosystems.

The Host for the 2018 Conference and Exhibition is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District.

The 2018 USSD Conference Theme is A Balancing Act: Dams, Levees and Ecosystems. Dams and levees continue to provide significant benefits to society. These benefits include flood control, water supply, irrigation, renewable energy, navigation, recreation, and habitat and environmental enhancement. Many of our existing dams and levees are poised to provide additional benefits and solutions to some of our nation’s future infrastructure, environmental, social, and economic challenges. The theme represents some of the unique challenges that coastal environments and delicate ecosystems face, which requires balancing the purposes of dams and levees with environmental, social and economic interests.

Looking forward to meeting you at our booth 309

3 – 6 April, IPF 2018

The International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum is the leading technical conference for offshore wind in the United States and is dedicated to moving the industry forward. The IPF is your chance to:

The event will be held at the Westin Princeton Hotel in Princeton, NJ. We look forward to seeing you there!

If you are interested in discussing the possibilities of PLAXIS for the offshore wind industry, or even having a sneak peek at the upcoming PLAXIS MoDeTo, you may request an appointment in advance with our representative through the Windmatch sessions or contact him directly at m.lahoz@plaxis.com

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