Archive for February 28, 2013

ProjectWise 3.xx was released early 2000 and over the next two years added features that included the Web Explorer Lite, which was the first web client.  Document level security, DWG redlining, and the document creation wizard were also added.

ProjectWise V8 started the modern era of ProjectWise. The January 2003 release included such innovations as the Preview Pane, Workspace Profiles, Components, Audit Trail, and the Distribution System.  Over the next few years we saw 2004 and V8 XM Edition ProjectWise releases.  These releases included Full Text Search, Thumbnails, DGN Indexing, Managed Workspaces, and SharePoint Web Parts.

Late in 2008, the first V8i release of ProjectWise was introduced.  It included Delta File Transfer, the Web View Server, Spatial Navigation, the Quick Search tool bar and auto login to integrated applications. Over the next several years SELECTseries releases (one through four) have included Revit and Civil3D integration, as well at Transmittals, Dynamic Composition Server, Point Cloud Streaming, and Dynamic Plotting.

Today’s ProjectWise is a true 64-bit application that scales up to thousands and thousands of users with excellent performance, especially over higher latency networks. ProjectWise has truly become the most mature Engineering Information Management System in the industry.

EJA

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