Here are the highlights of Geo-Plus history, dates of emergence of its software and other developments or events that mark a transitional stage in the course of the business.

It all started in winter 1987 with the software that bears the name of the company, Geoplus. Over time the software Geo-plus became VisionPlus, than came  VisionPlus with DTM (Digital Terrain Modeling). And VisionPlus with DTM became the sophisticated VisionCivil the software for Civil Projects. And other products came along as well. But let’s start from the beginning…

  • 1987
    – Creation of the software Geo-plus

    1989
    – Creation of software CardexPlus (which, over time, became VisionDoc)
    – Prototype of VisionPlus on AutoCAD
    – Development of an electronic notebook processing module for Geo-plus
    – Adaptation of CardexPlus for network access
    – Acquiring permission to resell Intergraph software for MicroStation family

    1990
    – Start of development for VisionPlus on MicroStation
    – Implementation of the Multi-notebook for Geo-plus

    1991
    – Marketing of VisionPlus on MicroStation
    – Creation of a module for points managing, for VisionPlus

    1992
    – Development in C + +
    – Implementation of the new GUI (Graphical User Interface) for VisionPlus
    – Automation of the function Change of scale on VisionPlus

    1993
    – New data structure for CardexPlus
    – Development of a Digital Terrain Modeling (DTM) module for VisionPlus
    – Implantation of polygons manager in VisionPlus

    1994
    – Analysis of graphs dependencies for VisionPlus
    – Adaptation to the topology of polygons for VisionPlus

    1995
    – Development of validity tests for CardexPlus
    – Modules validation for geometric calculations for VisionPlus
    – Authorized dealer for Bentley (MicroStation) products
    – First VisionPlus software sales to government, specifically the Ministry of Environment and Wildlife

    1996
    – Tests done on databases and alphanumeric coding
    – Development of VisionCadastre Software
    – Prototype of CardexPlus in a graphical environment
    – Using of Geo-Plus’ software by the Technical Department of Geomatics of Limoilou College for educational purposes

    1997
    – Graphical modeling of CardexPlus
    – Optimization of the generic characteristics of VisionPlus
    – Synchronization of descriptive and graphical data and automation of changes in the measurement of adjacent lots for VisionPlus
    – Association with the consulting firm DMR in the “Dimitrov” project in Russia

    1998
    – Creating of a COGO module in Visual Basic
    – Sale of VisionCadastre software to the Ministry of Natural Resources, Cadastral Management Division.

    1999
    – VisionPlus Development of AutoCAD version 14
    – Sale of 125 VisionPlus licenses to the Ministry of Transport
    – Creation of VisionMunicipal Software

    2000
    – Development of Object Point and Configuration models.

    2001
    – Development  of VisionMust Software

    2002
    – Development  of VisionIso Software
    Adaptation and translation of VisionPlus and VisionMust software documentation for U.S. market
    – Obtaining rights to the trademarks of VisionPlus and VisionMust for the territory of Canada and the United States

    2003
    – Development  of VisionDoc Software

    2004
    – Alliances with 5 distributors in the United States
    – Development of new and improved VisionDTM software
    – Creation of a U.S. subsidiary, Geo-Plus USA, with offices in Newark, New Jersey

    2005
    – Adaptation of VisionDoc software for chartered appraisers
    – Software development of VisionTerrain (IntelliCAD) and of a freeware version of VisionMust software

    2007
    – Development of 3D alignment with templates for the construction of roads
    – Attendance at the 100th anniversary of the Congress of Surveyors
    – Participation in the Laval Technopole Mission for the broadening of horizons in western Canada
    – Development of modules for pipes (sewers) and aqueducts
    – Adaptation of software VisionPlusPro to VisionCivil
    – Alliance with the Digital School of Alberta regarding training and distribution Geo-Plus software

    2008
    – Launching of an office in Edmonton, Alberta
    – New website, new logo and improved communication with customers

    2009
    – On line e-commerce
    – Merging of Geo-plus usa to Geo-Plus.

    2010
    – Vision Series software are available on Bricscad environment.