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December 2012 - First Hydro Company

First Hydro has commissioned Cad-Capture to convert a multitude of important large format schematics, marking the continuation of a successful partnership stretching back over a decade.

November 2012 - South Kesteven District Council

South Kesteven joins a fast growing list of Local Authorities using Cad-Capture's innovative workspace utilisation sensor technology, OccupEye. The system will become a vital component in providing truly accurate space utilisation data, from which the authority will make informed decisions that will drive future accommodation and work style strategies.

October 2012 - Lancashire Constabulary

Cad-Capture has been commissioned by its local regional Police force, Lancashire Constabulary, to supply a bespoke CAD-integrated Asbestos Inspection Reporting software module. This new utility will work alongside the authority's existing Cad-Capture software, AssetCapture OEA, offering a consistency and ease of use that the the force's estates team have now become accustomed to.

September 2012 - Capita

September is a month dominated by the Education Funding Agency (EFA) Property Data Survey (PDS) project, as Cad-Capture, in partnership with Capita, carries out high-resolution Aerial Photography surveys of thousands of schools, nationwide. The quality photographs produced aid Capita surveyors in adding detail to their roof condition assessments, whilst also providing the basis from which 'intelligent' site plans are constructed for each property.

August 2012 - City of York Council

The City of York has appointed Cad-Capture to carry out Condition and Energy Surveys at a number of schools across the authority following competitive tender. Completed data will be uploaded to the council's Technology Forge Asset Management System and once again a combination of experience, expertise and value for money proved the key to Cad-Capture's success.

July 2012 - University of Plymouth

Cad-Capture has added Plymouth to a growing list of university clients, having been commissioned to upgrade in the region of 150,000m² of property CAD drawings ready for synchronisation with the Tribal K2 Asset Management System. Plymouth recognised Cad-Capture's unique experience and expertise in producing CAD drawings compatible with K2 and a range of other systems, moving quickly to complete its data management jigsaw.

June 2012 - Derbyshire Constabulary

Derbyshire Constabulary has become the latest in a line of UK Police Authorities to purchase AssetCapture OEA™. The unique CAD-integrated space management utility continues to prove a big hit across the Public Sector as property managers strive to improve space utilisation efficiency and analyse occupier costs.

May 2012 - Croydon Council

Cad-Capture has been appointed by the London Borough of Croydon to update in the region of 1000 property CAD drawings, adding structure and intelligence to allow for synchronisation with the authority's Technology Forge asset management software.

March 2012 - Cornwall Council

Cornwall Council has commissioned Cad-Capture to carry out a number of Occupancy and Space Utilisation Surveys at properties throughout the region as part of an on-going accommodation strategy. The data collated will be used in conjunction with AssetCapture OEA as Cornwall continues to optimise efficiency within the buildings the authority occupies.

February 2012 - United Utilities

United Utilities Water plc has awarded Cad-Capture a contract to scan and digitise all its land data records from hard copies.

January 2012 - City of Calgary

Cad-Capture has won a major order from the City of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, to provide its CaptureVue 2D solution to view, markup and collaborate drawings and documents in OpenText Livelink / Content Server across the enterprise.