Carlson Survey OEM 2019 Released

Maysville, Kentucky, U.S.A. (November 2018) — The Carlson Survey 2019 OEM has just been released with the AutoCAD® 2018 OEM engine built-in. Carlson Survey users can read and write directly with the current AutoCAD DWG-drawing file format.

Some of the new commands found in Carlson Survey OEM 2019 include:

  • Elevation Along Entity – A new command that allows users to create points at an elevation interval along a 3D polyline.
  • Import Angle/Distance File – A new command that allows users to draw a polyline using angles and distances in text file.
  • Arc Annotation – An added option that allows users to strip degrees leading zero for delta angles.
  • Arc Dimensions – A new command that allows users to label arc values along the chord or radial lines.

An added feature in the Field to Finish command is detection for symbol points surveyed in the wrong order. Also for multi-point symbols, the added option to center the symbol instead of using the first control point when one point is surveyed is now available.

All versions of Carlson Survey, which benefit from more than 35 years of continued improvement, are designed for use for land surveying and provide a full toolkit for surveyors with everything from network least squares to surface modeling. Users get the ability to work seamlessly between the office and the field and they can establish company-wide design styles to ease and speed their work.

For more information about the Carlson Survey OEM 2019, visit or email, or call 606-564-5028.

About Carlson
Founded in 1983, Carlson Software Inc. specializes in CAD design software, field data collection, laser measurement and machine control products for the civil engineering, surveying, GIS, construction, and mining industries worldwide, providing one-source technology solutions for the entire project cycle. Carlson Software is headquartered in Maysville, Ky., U.S.A., with branch offices in Boston, Mass.; Almere, The Netherlands; Brisbane, Australia; Ottawa, Canada; and York, England.