SmartSlope joins Vespa2

We are happy to announce that SmartSlope has join the list of Blocks available in Vespa2. SmartSlope is a living retaining wall, that replaces traditional, impervious concrete with a vertical garden while maintaining structural functionality. When the planted cells have grown out, the wall becomes a landscape.

Vespa v1 – End-of-Life Notice

The original Vespa MSE design software (version 1.xx) and Vespa.LT will reach its end of life on September 1, 2018 and will no longer receive any updates after that date. You may continue to use the software, however it will no long be updated with current partner information or features. To receive the most up-to-date version please purchase and update your subscription to Vespa2. The feedback we received from our users was instrumental the success of the original Vespa and we would like to thank all the early adoptors.

Bologna 2013

CTi Software is proud to support the upcoming “International Symposium on Design and Practice of Geosynethic-Reinforced Soils Structures, honouring Research Achievements of Professor Dov Leshchinsky.

The Symposium is organized under the Auspices of the Department of Civil, Environmental and Materials Engineering (DICAM), University of Bologna, Italian Geotechnical Association, ASCE Geo-Institute, International Geosynthetics Society,Technical Committees TC 101 (Laboratory Stress Strength Testing of Geomaterials) & TC 305 (Geotechnical Infrastructure for Megacities and New Capitals) of the International Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, and three Japanese research institutes (Public Works Research Institute, Railway Technical Research Institute and National Institute for Rural Engineering).

Topics covered will include:

  • Geosynthetic-reinforced soil retaining walls
  • Geosynthetic-reinforced soil slopes
  • Construction of reinforced embankments over soft soil
  • Geotextile tubes
  • Geosynthetic-reinforced soil structures for railways and highways
  • Properties of backfill soils, geosynthetics, and soil-geosynthetic interaction

We hope to see many of the Vespa Users at the conference and look forward to learning together.