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Thursday, May 31, 2012

IES » » VE 6.5 morphs into VE 2012



Posted : May 30, 2012 by John G, Category: software

This week you may have noticed that we've changed how we name our software releases. The product formerly known as "VE 6.5" has taken a hit from the rebranding fist of justice and is now going by the moniker "VE 2012".

So what does this mean for you, the user? Well by naming the releases in this way, it should make it very clear if you are using the most current version of the software or if you're a little out of date.

And don't worry, just because this one is called 'VE 2012' doesn't mean we won't be offering you regular updates, far from it! From here on in, we'll simply be focusing on individual Module Feature Packs.

Well that's the name change covered. Now let's get to the awesome new features and capabilities that will be available with VE 2012. First up is the ModelViewerII, which features a new solar arc tool to visualize the sun's position in relation to the 3D Model, new real-time shadows (with video capability) and greatly improved video and image creation. 

VE 2012 contains some important new solar analysis features. VE-Pro Suncast users can now view solar intensity/exposure on a 3D model, determine their own parameters for analysis (such as time period and resolution) and quickly understand the intensity of the sun externally on the building façade.

VE 2012 also includes other major new features including: ApacheHVAC enhancements, Daikin VRV Systems plug-in, Monodraught Windcatcher Performance Component, Trimble Plancal nova connection plus new Singapore and New Zealand compliance tools.

You can find out more about these features and all the other new enhancements included in VE 2012here.

And you can visit our online Download Centre to "morph" your current software version to VE 2012 today.

Happy morphing!

PS – For those of you outside the UK & Ireland, Morph (pictured above) is an animated Plasticine stop motion character who was created in the 1970s by Aardman Animations, the people behind Wallace and Gromit.

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