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Updates revealed for SignPlot software

Developers of the SignPlot sign face and sign structure design software have announced a series of updates for the solution.

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The latest version of SignPlot includes new signs for use on Welsh roads

Included in the latest edition of SignPlot are all the new signs required for the Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions amendment for Wales, which is due to come into effect imminently.

From September 17th, the default speed limit in urban areas in Wales will be set at 20mph. In updating its offering, SignPlot says it is the first system to cater for this change.

SignPlot also says it is the first software to include the new Welsh dragon plate as a vector graphic symbol accurate enough for signs manufacture. This symbol is based on the winning design in a competition for school children.

Simon Morgan, chairman of Buchanan Computing and original author of SignPlot comments: “It has been a pleasure to work with the Welsh government and to assist with the process to select the winning child’s artwork. 

“Using SignPlot enabled the graphics for the Statutory Instrument to be produced quickly and accurately, as we had done for the TSRGD amendment for Scotland last year.”

Other enhancements to SignPlot include structures for ‘back-to-back’ signs, while SignLoad, the built-in post and foundation design software, has been upgraded with new structural components from a number of major suppliers.

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