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Training Videos

Continuing on in our tradition of constantly innovating and improving our products and services, we have now released a new set of training videos. These training videos cover the essential tasks of getting started with SVOffice™ 2009 and setting up your models. Our thanks go to you, our customers, who provided suggestions and feedback for training on the common tasks that would be most useful to you in getting started with SVOffice 2009.

We invite you to try these videos out today. Whether you are a new user or an existing user, let us know what you think and if you learned something new!

Getting Started Topics

SoilVision at Geo-Frontiers

Come visit us at Geo-Frontiers 2011 in Dallas, Texas, booth #703 to see our new 3D slope stability software in action, or attend our paper presentation.

Paper: Combined Seepage and Slope Stability Analysis of Rapid Drawdown Scenarios for Levee Design

Authors:Murray Fredlund, SoilVision Systems Ltd.; Tiequn Feng, Shell Albian Sands
Date:March 14, 2011Time:1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Room:Houston A
Session:Hazards, monitoring, and analysis of ground instability

SoilVision in Orlando, Florida

Murray Fredlund will be making a luncheon presentation on 2D/3D slope stability analysis to the local Geotechnical society on March 30th at 11:45AM, at the Sheraton Orlando Downtown Hotel. Please contact the local branch in Orlando if you would like more information on this presentation.

Become a SVSlope 3D Beta Tester

Our SVSlope® 3D beta trial has proven to be a great success! There is still time to become a beta tester and apply our software to your real-world models. Beta testers will receive a special discount on the full SVSlope® 3D package when ordering the product.


GeoFrontiers 2011
March 13-16, 2011,   Dallas, TX, USA
2011 Pam-Am CGS Geotechnical Conference
October 2-6, 2011,   Toronto, ON, Canada
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