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The Open Design Alliance is a non-profit consortium of over 2,000 software developers and users in 40 countries committed to promoting open, industry-standard formats for the exchange of CAD data and CAD legacy data. Teigha, the software development platform, provides software developers with the tools to create a wide range of technical graphics applications, including custom data access and editing utilities, visualization tools, and even full-scale CAD systems. Teigha also supports the use of both .dwg and .dgn files, with import and export capabilities to other file formats. The Open Design Alliance maintains and publishes the Open Design Specification for .dwg files.

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LEDAS Ltd. is an independent software development company founded in 1999 in Novosibirsk, Russia. LEDAS provides computational components and services to its customers — PLM (CAD/CAM/CAE/PDM) and ERP software development companies and manufacturing enterprises, using its core competence in mathematics, computer science and computer-aided design, solid experience in software development & 3D modeling, proprietary technologies, and advantages of its location. LEDAS actively promotes PLM (product lifecycle management) and ERP (enterprise resource planning) business strategies by organizing multi-vendor conferences, publishing books, and supporting dedicated web-resources.

We at LEDAS perceive our mission as the automation of key industrial processes — design, simulation and planning. These are the areas where system users require a set of intelligent functions in order to accelerate product development and planning of related processes and resources. We help our customers develop intelligent applications, promote, and deploy them.

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Spatial Corp. is the leading provider of 3D components for technical application development across a broad range of industries. By leveraging 3D components in their application development, Spatial customers are able to focus on their unique core competencies as they increase product innovation, build competitive differentiation, and reduce time-to-market. Application developers are also able to take advantage of on-going technology advancements in Spatial components allowing them to extend time-in-market, maximizing their development investment.

Spatial’s product portfolio addresses the three common pillars of 3D application development; 3D modeling, visualization, and data interoperability. Developers can take advantage of the 3D ACIS® Modeler, the standard for 3D geometric modeling, or CGM, the 3D modeling kernel used in Dassault Systèmes’ V5 and V6 products. 3D InterOp delivers the highest quality data exchange between CAD formats. HOOPS Visualize offers a development platform that puts all of the graphic tools for the creation or enhancement of an advanced engineering application at your fingertips.

Spatial also offers Specialized Components to address specific industrial challenges or application workflows as well as Services and Support to further accelerate product development or provide training to reduce the learning curve.

Spatial 3D components are part of application development by some of the world's most recognized software developers, manufacturers, research institutes, and universities. Headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, Spatial has offices in the USA, Germany, France, Japan, China and the United Kingdom.