Register for Free TPAS Webinar April 11 at 12:00 EST – Open to All

Registration is open for the next TPAS University free webinar on Monday, April 11 at 12:00 noon EST.

Vertical Access has developed increasingly sophisticated methods of collecting digital survey data directly in the field during building investigations.  The Tablet PC Annotation System – TPAS – allows for direct digital annotation of building conditions into AutoCAD drawings.

We’ve seen a leap of growth in the software updates in the last 6 months leading up to this new release and are excited to share the new features with you.  This next release will allow for on-the-fly changes to notation specifications, check lists, radio buttons and drop down menus. Most importantly, we have completely revamped the code so that end users can easily create their own block libraries, with no support. Mike Gilbert, the TPAS technical manager,  will provide a step-by-step live demonstration. Licenses for the software are available, please contact Kelly Streeter for more information about the options and benefits of licensing.

This  TPAS University webinar is free and open to all! Our current licensees in attendance will be able to take the floor to ask Mike questions.  So if you have been on the fence for a while, come and listen in to see TPAS in action and find out where it is headed next!

Some of the changes that Mike thinks our users will be the most excited about:

  1. standard TPAS block libraries simplified: e.g. for masonry materials 12 blocks instead of 60
  2. you can easily set up your own input forms with user-friendly dialog boxes
  3. your custom block libraries can now handle length and area calculations automatically

Space is limited. RESERVE YOUR WEBINAR SEAT HERE.

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