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2012-06-19 11:00

Webinar - Update on MDT 3.2

We would like to invite you all to attend the 'Update on' webinar which will take place on July 2nd, 2012 at 3 pm CEST. We wish to show you all the new functionalities and improvements in MDT 3.2 with a strong focus on the new, freely available MStyle plug-in.

Webinar will follow the official publication which is scheduled for July 1st. It will last about 30 min with some time for questions afterwards.

Register here.

2012-04-25 09:42

MDT Magazine, Spring 2012

Check out the new issue of MDT Magazine, Spring 2012. Read a couple of interesting interviews with Ubisense and GE staff, learn about the new upcoming plug-in for code quality checks called MStyle and go through some handy Magik tricks helpful during Smallworld application development.

See also the updated White Paper, Issue 2012 for the current review of the most important MDT features.

2012-04-25 09:21

EMEAI 2012 - 15-17 May

We will be visiting this year's EMEAI Conference which is about to take place in a beautiful city of Algarve, Portugal.

We invite you to visit our booth (#10) where we will be glad to discuss potential applications of MDT in your company as well as present other ASTEC's products and services. To learn more about them visit our company website:

2012-04-04 09:49

SWUG Conference 2012 – 17-19 April

We are glad to let you know that our representatives will be visiting this year's Smallworld User Group Conference in Düsseldorf, Germany. We hope to meet with our oldest friends and customers and make new acquaintances.

Do you feel that MDT would be a perfect tool for your Smallworld projects? Would you like to know more about it? Come and visit us at our booth (#18).

2012-03-14 11:02

New MDT User - Manitoba Hydro

Manitoba Hydro - is a Crown Corporation, the major energy provider in the province of Manitoba and one of the largest in Canada. They serve energy to over half a million and natural gas to around a quarter million customers. Nearly all generated electricity comes from self-renewing water power from 14 hydroelectric generating stations. Manitoba Hydro uses Smallworld GIS to manage its own assets.