Oracle's AutoVue products are the only solutions on the market that provide native viewing, markup and real-time collaboration for a wide variety of PCBs and EDA/ECAD formats. Support ranges from PCB design and database formats, to schematics and layouts to manufacturing/fabrication formats.
AutoVue is the leading viewer for ODB++ and hundreds of other EDA, 2D CAD, 3D CAD and office formats. As the market’s leading OBD++ viewer, AutoVue views all supported formats natively – no conversion or authoring applications required.
Below is a list of the ODB++ formats and extensions supported in AutoVue.
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ODB++ (X) Viewer:
TAR, GZ, TG ZIP
Oracle’s AutoVue EDA Professional, allows printed circuit board (PCB) designers and contract manufacturers to access, view, and securely collaborate via the Web on their PCB layouts and schematics. With support for major electronic design automation (EDA) packages, Microsoft Office, and portable document format (PDF) files, EDA organizations can streamline collaboration with extended teams and suppliers regardless of their choice of PCB tools. Extended teams can collaborate on documents and product information without compromising valuable intellectual property and design communication is greatly improved, achieving faster project completion.
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.