AutoVue is the leading viewer for CATIA and hundreds of other 3D/2D CAD, PCB and office formats. AutoVue provides access to both the CATIA 3D parts & assemblies and the 2D drawings. Users from thousands of companies around the world have selected Oracle's AutoVue products to allow them to view CATIA models and drafts, markup CATIA files in both 3D and 2D, and collaborate on CATIA documents either asynshronously or in real-time over the Internet/Intranet. As the market's premier CATIA viewer, AutoVue views all formats natively, with no conversion necessary.
Below is a list of the CATIA versions, formats and extensions supported in AutoVue.
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CATIA 5 viewer
CATIA 5-6 R2012
CATIA 5 R20 viewer
CATIA 5 R19 viewer
CATIA 5 R18 viewer
CATIA 5 R17 viewer
CATIA 4 viewer
CATIA 4.2.4 viewer
CATIA 4.1.X viewer
CATIA 4.0 viewer
|CGR viewer |
Oracle’s AutoVue solutions provide extended teams with access to critical product and asset information contained in 2D CAD, 3D CAD, EDA and Office documents. Its native document viewing, markup, and real-time collaboration capabilities deliver the foundation for an efficient document collaboration process. Users can digitally communicate and track feedback using a single solution and streamline communication throughout the project or asset lifecycle, maximizing productivity and completing projects faster and within budget.
AutoVue offers industrial strength viewing, markup and collaboration capabilities via the web. Geographically dispersed teams can come together to securely view, review and collaborate on documents through project extranets, intranets or the internet. People, information and processes are connected across the global enterprise in a secure, efficient and flexible manner. Communication, geographic and language barriers are eliminated in the collaboration and document review process.
Organizations can easily integrate AutoVue into existing and evolving IT infrastructures. With its Web technology and open integration architecture, organizations can plug the solution into content repositories and enterprise applications and allow it to serve as the visual front end to all digital documents.