Win an AMAZON $50 Gift Card and a ONE YEAR subscription of Corridor EZ for Civil 3D
November 13th, 2023 – Las Vegas, NV – Civil Survey Applications (CSA) (https://civilsurveyapplications.com/) invites you to get up close with our AI-Driven add-on application for Autodesk Civil 3D that is revolutionizing Subdivision Road Design – Corridor EZ for Civil 3D™. Design speed is everything in today’s competitive environment, especially for preliminary engineering proposals. Corridor EZ for Civil 3D™ utilizes AI for subdivision design, reduces the time taken to layout a subdivision road network from hours or days to just minutes.
Meet us at booth #443 to see how our software can speed up design engineers’ workflows, by up to 20x. Chat with our experts and experience how our solutions can help you design Land Development projects faster using your existing Civil 3D license, helping you overcome staff shortages and a growing backlog of projects.
“I love the speed and agility of Corridor EZ. Especially in intersections and cul de sacs, there is no comparing the speed. It understands what I am trying to accomplish, but still lets me control the details. As a test I used Corridor EZ on a subdivision project. I was able to design three different layout options in a fraction of the time it had taken me to create just one option.”
Civil Solutions Specialist
MACER Technologies, Inc.
Take the Corridor EZ for Civil 3D Challenge yourself.
- Win an AMAZON $50 Gift card (limited quantities available)
- Win a ONE YEAR SUBSCRIPTION to Corridor EZ for Civil 3D (ONE Subscription license per company)
- Provide a Corridor EZ for Civil 3D review that we can publish.
Visit https://civilsurveyapplications.com/the-corridor-ez-for-civil-3d-design-challenge/ for more details.
About Civil Survey Applications
Civil Survey Applications is a privately held software development company focused on the civil and survey markets. Using our Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) tools, we can automate the Land Development design industry to create both residential and industrial road networks.