Spanish and Portuguese language support released for Nemetschek Vectorworks

Credit: Vectorworks
Credit: Vectorworks

The new 2016 software line of Nemetschek‘s Vectorworks Building Information Modelling platform will feature Spanish and Portuguese language functionality.

The second and sixth most spoken languages in the world will be added as part of a worldwide rollout to the software format, joining current language choices English, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Norwegian.

Released back in September, Vectorworks 2016 contains over 100 new features and/or updates in addition to languages, such as streamlined project sharing, graphical scripting and point cloud support, and the debuting Energos measurement feature, which provides a gauge of a building’s energy performance.

The new language effects the following products: Vectorworks® Designer, Architect, Landmark, Spotlight and Fundamentals, as well as Renderworks® software.

Commenting on the new language capabilities, Jeremy Powell, Vectorworks’ Director of Product Marketing said: “Delivering software that enables designers to transform the world through their ideas and creations remains at the heart of what we do at Vectorworks.

“With the continued rollout of our 2016 product line in additional languages, we’re excited to see how more and more designers around the world will use 2016 to create unmatched experiences.

“The Vectorworks 2016 software is a historic release for us, including more than 70 updates that were a direct result of customer feedback. This release furthers our mission to remain a customer-centric company and is a mindset that will continue to be at the heart of inspirations for new versions to come.”

For more information on Vectorworks 2016, visit the official Twitter feed.

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