Adapx Announces New Capturx Customers and Hands-On Lab at Autodesk University 2008
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Adapx Announces New Capturx Customers and Hands-On Lab at Autodesk University 2008

SEATTLE, WA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Dec 01, 2008 -- Adapx (, the company that is changing the way architects, engineers, and contractors collaborate and collect field data, today announced new customers and Hands-On Lab sessions at Autodesk University at the Venetian Resort in Las Vegas, NV. The Hands-On Lab will be co-presented with Autodesk in two sessions on December 3 and will show attendees how Capturx for Autodesk Design Review and Capturx forms for Microsoft® Excel can speed design review and improve change documentation.

Deployed by leading engineering, architecture, and construction firms such as Theiss Construction and KPFF Consulting Engineers, Capturx solutions help teams keep projects on schedule, avoid costly mistakes and rework as well as improve documentation of issues and changes. Capturx supports projects designed with AutoCAD, Revit platform for Building Information Modeling (BIM), and other Autodesk products through seamless integration with Autodesk DWF software. Teams print or plot designs on ordinary paper and mark them up with digital pens, leaving a physical record while also automatically integrating redlines in the original DWF files.

Capturx Forms for Excel automates punch lists and change orders using forms designed in Excel, ordinary paper, and digital pens. Handwritten entries on forms from multiple team members are automatically aggregated into the original Excel files with data matching the original Excel formatting. Teams get a physical paper record of changes and immediate access to digital data which can be used in Excel for reporting or integrated into other databases, punchlisting, or backend applications.

KPFF Consulting Engineers, one of the largest engineering firms in the U.S., is using Capturx for Autodesk Design Review to help with some of their mixed use commercial high rise projects. Steve Voorhees, senior engineer, said, "We're impressed with Capturx because it works the way we do -- designs are printed on standard large format paper or regular 11X17 laser printers and then marked up with digital pens in the field. But the real magic happens when we connect to our computers -- all of the data is instantly digitized and seamlessly integrated into Autodesk Design Review and Revit structures. With Capturx, our teams don't have to wait for paper markups to be couriered, faxed, or re-keyed which means we can reduce the number and extent of change orders as well as make faster design updates."

See Capturx at Autodesk University's Hands-On Labs or in the Adapx Booth #317

Attendees can see the latest Capturx product line as well as meet Adapx executives on the exhibit floor at Booth # 317 from December 2-4. The Hands-On Lab, "Keeping it Digital in the Field: Digital Pen Collaboration with Autodesk Products," will be presented on December 3 at 10:15 am and again at 5:15 pm.

To register for these labs, please go to the Autodesk University home page at If you have not registered for the conference, click on "Register Now" and complete the registration process. Once you see the scheduler link, select your classes. If you are already registered for the conference, click on "Already Registered" where you'll see your schedule. At the bottom of the page, click on "Edit Scheduler" to register for the hands-on demo lab.

About Adapx

Adapx is changing the way teams collaborate and collect data with software that digitally enables paper-based maps, designs, notes, and forms for use with digital pens and other multimodal technologies. A broad range of industries and agencies use Capturx products to capture actionable intelligence in any environment and make better decisions in less time and with fewer resources. Teams enjoy the natural advantages of collecting data with pen and paper as well as seamless integration into Microsoft Office, Autodesk, and GIS software, without the delays and expense of processing paper-based data or deploying mobile computers. Privately held and headquartered in Seattle, the company has partnerships with Anoto, Lockheed Martin, and In-Q-Tel. Adapx was also recently named a Cool Vendor in Emerging Technologies by Gartner. For more information, please visit

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