AFT have been hard at work for the last several years, making significant changes to their products. The look and feel of the next generation of AFT software will change more than any upgrade in the last 12 years, possibly ever since version one. The latest software version will be more compatible with today’s versions of Windows as well as support for 64-bit Windows for the first time. These new versions will extend AFT's leadership in the global marketplace and offer engineers unprecedented modeling and user interface capabilities.
I encourage all Fathom users to take a look at the list of new features, as well as videos highlighting what is new in Fathom 8:
If you would like to get a sneak peak at Fathom 8 there is still time for you to become a beta tester. By becoming a beta tester you will provide valuable feedback and help ensure that the bugs are all worked out. Sign the interest list here.