• Bricsys

    With hundreds of third-party solutions, BricsCAD is the powerful CAD platform unifying 2D CAD and 3D direct modeling for .dwg files on Windows and Linux.

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  • Caddie Software

    Membership of the ODA has had a major impact on Advanced Computer Solutions, enabling it to retain clients and expand its customer base for Caddie software.

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  • Carlson Software

    Collect, create, control and construct: Carlson Software products support the efficient flow of data in land development and mining projects and are used by professionals surveying, civil engineering, construction, machine control, mining and agriculture. In fact, Carlson Software is the number one software solution for land surveying and for coal mining engineering in the US.

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  • Esri

    We have all come to rely so much on instant geographic data that it is hard to recall when it was not at our fingertips. A sense of location not only delivers immediate understanding, it enhances communication and collaboration. By integrating information into a common spatial language, geographic information system (GIS) technology connects people and their work.

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  • Graebert GmbH

    CAD began its life as a desktop computing application on specialized and expensive hardware. It was available from a select few suppliers. Since those early days, it has grown into a huge industry with a wide range of applications and new platforms from innovative developers. One of these is Graebert, which has been designing, developing and supplying 2D and 3D CAD applications since 1983. ARES, the latest CAD product family from Graebert is compatible with .dwg files, supports LISP (Locator/Identifier Separation Protocol) and other programming interfaces, and runs on the Linux, Windows, Mac and Windows mobile operating systems. None of this would have been possible without the Open Design Alliance.

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  • IMSI/Design

    CAD has come a long way. It’s no longer confined to the drawing office. At last, architects, engineers and project managers can now quickly and conveniently look at large scale 3D plans on an iPhone™ or iPad™ as they walk around a busy construction site. All this has been made possible by TurboViewer™, a family of free applications from IMSI/Design that includes the first iPhone and iPad viewer for native 3D .dwg files.

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  • Informative Graphics

    For an authentic experience with rich detail you need hi-fidelity reproduction, whether listening or viewing. While music enthusiasts want a cohesive whole they also enjoy picking out specific instruments, melodies and harmonies, and it’s no different for CAD users. They expect a reliable view of a document or drawing; they also need to be able to pinpoint specific details within the design. The Open Design Alliance enables Informative Graphics to give its customers both big picture context and fine granularity.

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  • IntelliCAD Technology Consortium

    Combine ODA core technology with the ITC interface and developers have a complete open source CAD engine and development platform for vertical solution development.

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  • Knowledge Base

    Product strength, reliability and compatibility, coupled with true integration lead to long-term loyalty from the design and engineering customers of Knowledge Base.

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  • nanoCAD

    Meticulous updating and speedy responses from the ODA are fueling the success and uptake of nanoCAD and supporting the company's global positioning.

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  • Xinet

    Xinet enables CAD users to improve workflow and productivity by providing a digital asset management system designed for organizing, accessing and sharing CAD files.

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  • ZWSOFT

    Demanding workloads require powerful drafting tools with user-friendly interfaces and file sharing properties that enable speed and productivity. However, such applications frequently carried a high price tag and for many companies that meant limited access to the best tools.

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