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SDS/2 Sessions to Attend at HxGN LIVE

SDS/2 Sessions to Attend at HxGN LIVE

SDS/2 and its integration with Intergraph Smart 3D will be one of the focal points at HxGN LIVE, which will be held June 11-14 in Las Vegas, Nevada. In addition to exhibiting at the conference, several SDS/2-centric workshops and sessions will take place during the event.

1507: Civil and Structural Detailing Including Integration with SDS/2
Tuesday, June 11, 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Casanova - 607
With Intergraph Smart 3D's structural and civil engineering tools and the new SDS/2 Connect for Smart 3D, we will guide you through workflows that allow engineers to make decisions early, reduce workflow & RFIs, improve inter-discipline communication, streamline data to fabrication and ensure constructability fit-up. This will help shorten schedules and reduce costs.

2110: Bolted Structural Connections at Burns & McDonnell Using Intergraph Smart 3D with SDS/2 Connect
Wednesday, June 12, 10:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m., Casanova - 601-603
Burns & McDonnell has been searching for a seamless way to execute structural connection design in Intergraph Smart 3D that will also eliminate interference of piping with gusset plates in steel connections, all while reducing construction schedules. In this session, we will introduce Hexagon's new connection design capabilities in S3D - SDS/2 Connect. This groundbreaking functionality has been developed in partnership with SDS/2, a global market leader in connection design and steel detailing software.

2156: Detailing Bolted Structural Connections in Integraph Smart 3D with the Newly Released SDS/2 Connect for Smart 3D
Wednesday, June 12, 3:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m., Casanova - 604
In accordance to country codes and analytical results, this new functionality provides substantial reduction in project schedule and design costs by allowing early "designed" connections, compressing schedule with detailers, permitting disciplines to model without structural clash, examining installation concerns, reducing model transfers, and estimating assembly connections.