We are glad to announce the release of GeoHECRAS Version 2.6. It’s been busy here and we have added a full spectrum of advanced new features requested by our customers. This new version provides complete support for HEC-RAS 5.0.6, along with an improved user-interface featuring modeless
Dec 28, 2017 Release. We are pleased to announce a major new release that contains numerous new features, enhancements, and functional fixes for GeoHECRAS. Many of these items came from receiving valuable feedback from our users.
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