Taking a look at where utility distribution design is going
This past week SBS announced that we entered into a strategic relationship with Autodesk. As part of that agreement SBS will be responsible for future development, support and licensing of a successor to Autodesk’s AutoCAD® Utility Design (AUD) product. The product will have a slight re-branding, and will now be known as Automated Utility Design™ (AUD, once again).
Next-Generation Substation Design Tools Now Available for the Global Utility Industry
October 4, 2016
Kansas City, MO – Spatial Business Systems (SBS) announces the general availability of the Substation Design Suite family of products at the SDS Consortium in Kansas City, (www.sdsconsortium.com). The Substation Design Suite is a next generation release of the Autodesk Substation Design products, formerly known as Autodesk® Substation Design for Inventor® and Autodesk® Substation Design for Electrical. SBS is responsible for future development, support and licensing of these products as part of a strategic alliance between SBS and Autodesk
New alliance to provide a growing range of integrated design solutions for utilities
October 3, 2016
Lakewood, CO – Spatial Business Systems (SBS) has formed a strategic alliance with Autodesk to provide an expanded set of solutions for the utility industry. Through the alliance, SBS will be responsible for future development, support and licensing of Autodesk® Substation Design for Inventor®, Autodesk® Substation Design for Electrical and AutoCAD ® Utility Design (AUD) software.
Kansas City Power and Light to host 3rd Annual PUG Conference
August 23, 2016
Lakewood, CO – Kansas City Power and Light will be hosting the 3rd Annual Peer User Group (PUG) Conference September 7th – 9th. The PUG Conference is a uniquely collaborative event for small to midsize utilities. Its format encourages discussion and communication between utilities from many different regions, increasing the variety of solutions to common problems that utilities face. Previous PUG Conferences have proven the importance of open discussion forums and back-and-forth with industry leaders in a close, conversational setting.