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CONTENTS
  • Upcoming Conferences
  • We've Moved!
  • SVOffice2006!!
  • 2006 Short Courses
  • Tailings Application
Upcoming Conferences

In March, SoilVision Systems will be exhibiting at the 7th ICARD and SME annual meeting in St. Louis, Missouri. We are also holding a numerical modeling short course at this conference. To find out more about the short course, click here.

In April, SoilVision will have an exhibit and short course at the 4th International Conference on Unsaturated Soils in Carefree, Arizona.

To find out more about past and upcoming conferences, click here.

We've Moved!

SoilVision Systems has recently moved to a new location to accomodate our growth.



Our new office is located at:

640 Broadway Ave.
Suite 202
Saskatoon, SK, Canada.
S7N 1A9

Please be sure that our new address is updated in your company records.

Click here to find out more.

SVOffice 2006!!
We would like to announce the upcoming release of SVOffice 2006. The new SVOffice 2006 package release includes a complete platform redesign to the .NET environment. Click the icon below for a description of other new features.






Custom and bundled packages are available.

Click here to pre-order your copy of SVOffice 2006.
2006 Short Courses
SoilVision Systems Ltd. would like to invite you to attend our 2006 modeling short courses.



March 25-26, 2006
State of the Art Techniques for Mine Waste Closure Planning: Characterization, Monitoring and Modeling
St. Louis, MO, USA
7th ICARD

April 1, 2006
Unsaturated Soil Mechanics in Engineering Practice
Phoenix, AZ, USA
4th International Conference on Unsaturated Soils

For more information on these short courses, click here.

Tailings Application
SVFlux is being used to provide solutions for the drain-down of mine tailings.



Visit our Application Gallery to see SVFlux in action solving drain-down and other common applications.



Stage your model in SVFlux to observe drain-down rates corresponding to tailings lifts.