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Jun. 2015
Trees and the Law at Barcham Trees

Trees and the Law at Barcham Trees

Wednesday, 24th June 2015 saw AIT Spatial back at Barcham Trees in Ely, but this time attending the 'Trees and the Law' seminar by Dr Charles Mynors, giving us an opportunity to ensure our Eye-TREE solutions cover the legal duty of care. Starting with Ownership Charles enthralled with numerous examples and humour through the legalities of ownership referencing relevant cases as necessary. Topi...

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Jun. 2015
Visit to Leica Road Show, Nottingham

Visit to Leica Road Show, Nottingham

It was an early start to make it to Nottingham for the Leica World Tour.  Thankfully the Catthorpe Interchange didn't cause any more that just a few minutes delay and I arrived at Eastwood Hall by 8.30am.  I must say, Leica had chosen a very nice venue indeed with mature trees and long horn cattle.  I'm not an expert on cattle - but they did have long horns!! As I have come ...

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24
Jun. 2015
Autodesk Licenses Transition coming in 2016

Autodesk Licenses Transition coming in 2016

With effect from 31st January 2016, Autodesk will remove the option to purchase new Standalone and Network licenses of most of their non-suite products.  Those with current Subscriptions will continue to receive updates as long as the Subscription remains valid.  After this date if you need another license, the new Desktop Subscription licenses are available on either an annual, quar...

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Jun. 2015
4th Big Barn Conference continued...

4th Big Barn Conference continued...

Our aim was to make it clear that Eye-TREE Lite is available independent of Eye-TREE and gives you a way to publish your information once it has been managed. Visitors marvelled at the ease of "Manage, Access, Share" with the Eye-TREE solution in meeting an organisation's overall duty of care by ensuring inspections and work tasks are carried out in timely fashion.  Yet others we...

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Jun. 2015
4th Big Barn Conference

4th Big Barn Conference

17th June 2015 saw AIT Spatial attend the 4th Big Barn Conference and Exhibition at Barcham Trees in Ely.  Showcasing the Eye-TREE and Eye-TREE Lite solutions on a Microsoft Surface tablet and the Leica GeoSystem CS25 tablet PC gave us an opportunity to demonstrate our interactive map-based management solutions and emphasise the systems portability. Visitors commented on the power Eye-TREE...

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16
Jun. 2015
The Robin voted the UK's National Bird - do you record your wildlife for visitors?

The Robin voted the UK's National Bird - do you record your wildlife for visitors?

As it is clear with the vote for the Robin, many of us are interested in our local birds and animals.  I remember many a visit to estates, woodland areas, parks and nature reserves with my children hunting for bugs, spotting signs of animals, looking at specific areas of nature through hides and completing fun questionnaires, but some of the activities we tripped over and did not know about...

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Jun. 2015
June - Flower Watch

June - Flower Watch

As we lead into Summer, see the wide range of flora and fauna in full colour on your walks, can you spot the following: Honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum) - A perennial climber of woodland and hedgerows. Wild Rose (Rosa canina) know as Dog Rose - A deciduous shrub of hedgerows and woodland edge. Meadow Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) know as Cuckoo-buds - A perennial herb of damp meadows and pa...

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15
Jun. 2015

AutoCAD 2016 now compatible with M-Color

M-Color version 9.8.545.0, has now been confirmed as compatible with Autodesk's latest software release, AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT 2016. If you have an M-Color Subscription go to M-Color website (www.m-color.com) or the M-Files Knowledgebase article (http://support.m-files.com/index.php?/knowledgebase/Article/View/84/4/info-downloading-and-installing-m-color-98) to download the latest version...

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May. 2015
May - Flower Watch

May - Flower Watch

Colour splashing the countryside as Spring continues towards Summer.  Have you found any of these flowers?  If so, don't forget to tell your visitors/friends about them. Bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) - A perennial herb of ancient woodland. Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) also known as May-tree - A deciduous shrub or tree of woodlands, hedgerows and waste ground. Great...

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Apr. 2015
April - Flower Watch

April - Flower Watch

Spring is here, providing a splash of colour throughout our woodland and meadows.  See if you can find these plants when you are out and about.  Tell your visitors about them. Bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) - A perennial herb of ancient woodland. Greater Stitchwort (Stellaria holostea) - A perennial of woods, road verges and shaded hedgerows. Bugle (Ajuga reptans) - A per...

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