OpenPlant Support Engineering CONNECT Edition is an OpenPlant offering that enables engineering, procurement, and construction contractors and owner-operators to accelerate the design, modeling, and placement of plant supports and support assemblies for plant piping, electrical, and HVAC components. The software also includes an extensive catalog supports and support assemblies from a growing number of vendors, increasing the accuracy of supports modeled. OpenPlant Support Engineering quickly creates support models for piping, HVAC, or electrical equipment using pre-defined supports and allows the user to examine multiple support options. Save overall project time by reducing time spent on designing and modeling supports and support assemblies. Users can modify existing supports from OpenPlant Support Engineering’s out-of-the-box catalog to create their own catalog of supports. For information on system requirements, licensing, and what's new in this release, see the ReadMe document.
CONNECT Licensing: This product version utilizes CONNECT Licensing, which is not supported by SELECT activation key(s). CONNECT Licensing features new behavior to enhance your organization’s user administration and security with mandatory user sign-in via CONNECTION Client to access the application. If you are already signed in to the CONNECTION Client, you have met this prerequisite. If you have not, please refer to the Administrator's Resource Center and/or contact your administrator for assistance in the registration and sign-in process.
SUPPORTED OPERATING SYSTEMS - Windows 10 (64-bit), Windows 8.1 (64-bit), Windows 7 (64 bit)
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