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Plant design and factory layout software for renewable energies

The M4 PLANT software for plant design and factory layout is being offered at a reduced price as part of a special promotion for companies in the renewable energy sector.

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Promotion for start-up companies in plant design and factory layout

CAD Schroer supports start-ups with professional software for plant design and factory layout at a particularly favourable price.

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VR Collaboration is “The Next Big Thing”

The next big thing that will take global collaboration to a higher level is virtual reality (VR) and an innovative virtual meeting platform.

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More CAD software can cost less – M4 PERSONAL Version 7.1

The free M4 PERSONAL CAD software offers enhanced integration and higher performance with version 7.1

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Vulnerability in a very widely used, Open Source software library called Log4J

Dear Customer There has recently been publicity about a vulnerability in a very widely used, Open Source software library called Log4J More information at https://logging.apache.org/log4j/2.x/security.html …

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New piping isometric software for PCF files – M4 ISO FX

The new M4 ISO FX piping isometric software converts PCF files into piping isometrics and offers substantial time savings.

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P&ID design just got even better – M4 P&ID FX version 7.1 released

CAD Schroer releases the new version 7.1 of its globally popular P&ID software, once again simplifying process engineering design

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Virtual meetings go into round 2.0

The new version 2.0 of i4 MEETING offers more functionality, enabling even better online meetings in virtual reality

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Factory Layout and Plant Design Version 7.1

Thanks to the new integration options, entire 3D designs can be used in augmented and virtual reality applications.

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CAD Schroer is main sponsor of the moers festival worldwide cultural event

“A world event of the unpredictable, a festival that sharpens the senses – some people looked at the world a little differently afterwards and came back the next year even more curious.”

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