Workstation: Windows® Vista SP2, Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10
Server: Windows® Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2, 2016
Autodesk® AutoCAD® 2010 – 2018 (except AutoCAD LT)
Autodesk® AutoCAD® Civil 3D 2010 – 2018
Bentley® MicroStation® V8i, CONNECT Edition
Bentley® MicroStation PowerDraft® V8i, CONNECT Edition
Bentley® PowerCivil® V8i
Bentley® Power GEOPAK® V8i
Bricsys® BricsCAD® (Pro and Platinum) V14 – V17
CAD platform compatibility
Autodesk AutoCAD® 2018
Bricsys BricsCAD® V17
All 'Design' commands
Several minor interface changes have been made to improve the user experience.
Sessions can be simulated on a range of supported 3D terrain objects.
Sessions can be simulated on a 'Drawing X,Y plane' where Z≠0.
A new 'Move' function is available for repositioning sessions, e.g. from Z=0 to a terrain or Drawing X,Y plane.
'Save As and Move' has been replaced by a new 'Copy' function.
'Copy from Database' has been replaced by a new 'Import from Database' function.
A function for placing copied or imported sessions at their original coordinates is available.
Bridge parking position(s) can be utilized for pre/post-positioning (see Create 2D/3D Presentation).
A 'Dock to door' option is available prior to placing airplanes on a lead-in/stop line.
Automated docking 'Rules' can be set to pre-determine which door is used when docking.
Refinements have been made to shorten the time required to calculate and/or redraw.
Service Arrangement vehicles can be shown/hidden individually.
A new 'Engines' element is available under Safety Area(s).
Passenger stairs are included in airplane service arrangements.
Objects that are 2D-only can be shown/controlled when a Stand session is visualized in 3D.
2D Safety Areas and Jet blast can be shown/controlled when a session is visualized in 3D.
Multiple rows can be selected and activated at once using Ctrl and/or Shift.
User-defined elements can be defined, tracked and visualized.
A new 'Terrain Manager' command has been introduced for managing supported terrain objects in a drawing.
Several minor improvements have been made to improve the user experience.
Create 2D/3D Presentation
Bridge wheel movement is shown when animating stand sessions in 2D.
A pause at a bridge's pre/post-position docking can be visualized during animation.
Improvements have been made to the algorithm used when animating bridge movements.
Dialogs are scaled automatically on high resolution monitors.
It is possible to register from within the software to receive product news and improved support.
Notifications are now displayed within the software when updates are available for download.
A improved reporting tool has been added for submitting system error files and comments.
Workstation: Windows® XP, Windows Vista without SP2, Windows 7 without SP1
Server: Windows® Server 2003
Switching visualization to 3D could cause a crash if the session contained 2D-only airplanes.
Adding 2D-only airplanes to a session visualized in 3D could cause the software to crash.
Docking error messages included incorrect explanations in certain circumstances.
Engine suction danger areas were too small in some cases due to a rounding error.
Create 2D Presentation
Objects in Path animations sometimes did not travel the full length of the path.
Simulations migrated from AeroTURN could, under rare circumstances, cause AviPLAN to crash.
On rare occasions, network seats were not made available to other users after AviPLAN/CAD was closed.
Text fields in certain dialogs were empty in Japanese versions of Windows®.
Non-English characters in report template style names were not handled correctly.
Symbols used in session names were not handled correctly.
An error could occur when creating reports due to the image zoom function.