Beacon Demos Inspection Geni Dimension-Driven Design Change Tracking

Inspection Geni on show at SolidWorks Innovation Day – 2012 in Pune, India

Hertzlia, Israel October 18, 2011 —SolidWorks VAR, Best Engineering Aids & Consultancies (BEACON), will be giving a live demonstration on the latest version of the software add-on, SolidWorks-Inspection Geni 3.1, at the SolidWorks Innovation Day – on 18th October 2011, at Le Meridien, Pune.

In line with the new SolidWorks 2012 version, Inspection Geni 3.1 offers a host of new features, including:

  • Automated functions such as Ballooning Dimension IDs & Track Changes History
  • Enhanced Performance and Quality improvements for a more continuous workflow
  • Fundamental changes to your product development process
  • Extensive support for project collaboration and team connectivity

“The unique selling point of Inspection Geni 3.1 – due for release worldwide in Q4 this year – is the new dimension-driven design change tracking feature which empowers designers by automatically recording a history of the changes made to any drawing once it has left his desktop.

“According to Doron Sashkis, CEO, Albitech, the developer of Inspection Geni: “In the past this wasn’t possible as the process became a manual one once it left the designer’s desktop. So should an error take place or a misunderstanding occur regarding a particular dimension, the designer would not be able to easily identify the problem,” he explained. “Typical drawings can have hundreds, or thousands of dimensions, and without a dimensional ID the designer will struggle to locate the problem and then correct it.”

Today, using IG 3.1’s dimension ID’s and history module, designers are now able to promptly and accurately respond to any changes or inquiries.

Speaking from India, Sridhar M C said Inspection Geni 3.1.0 is SolidWorks software taken to a new dimension. “It offers customization of company specific property settings, and generates detailed history reports that benefits SolidWorks designers in India by allowing them to track the changes made to all dimensions and custom properties,” he concluded.