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 FORUM8 has released the overseas version of UC-win series, focusing on UC-win/Road, and has been actively taking part in exhibitions held all over the world.
 Companies in the field of civil engineering, architecture, and software development all over the world, can use the overseas version of UC win/road. Some of our software have also been localized to suit the market's demands and needs. This time, we will introduce TRL "Transport Research Laboratory", which we have concluded the partnership agreement with.

  Transport Research Laboratory   Sales Area: England, Ireland    http://www.trl.co.uk/

TRL "Transport Research Laboratory", established as a subsidiary of the government in 1933 and privatized in 1996, is the largest transportation research laboratory in England, with 550 employees from all over the world.
Through the strong network between the Department for Transport(http://www.dft.gov.uk/), Highways Agency(http://www.highways.gov.uk/), and Transport for London(http://www.tfl.gov.uk/), we forecast the expansion and distribution of FORUM8 products in England and Ireland.
In the first phase, we will enter into an agreement involving the exclusive sale of TRANSYT and OSCADY PRO in Japan, Korea, and China. The interface between TRANSYT & OSCADY PRO with UC-win/Road has also been decided.
The Special Lecture "Transport modeling in the UK" by the Director of TRL Academy will be scheduled at "The 1st International VR symposium" (10:00-16:00 Tuesday, November 20th, 2007 at the seminar room of FORUM8 Tokyo head office) We await your participation and attendance at the event. Please feel free to bring along any other interested parties.

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<related information>
    -Overseas agency List
    -introduction of overseas agency (Up&Coming April 2005)
    -Korea sales agency (Basis Soft, Inc)
    -New Zealand sales agency Gabites Porter
    -France sales agency itech
    -North America & Canada sales agency Transoft Solutions Inc.
    -Overseas collaboration information British Greenwich university and FSEG(Fire Safty Engineering Group)


(Up&Coming 2007 Late Fall issue)