SmartSketch is the name of Intergraph's under-marketed 2D design software. (It used to be called Imagineer Technical.) Its "Jupiter" technology is also used in Solid Edge, which Intergraph sold to UGS. Which is why UGS has employees in Huntsville AL, the home of Intergraph.
Today I learned that one of the most common Internet formats was first called SmartSketch. SwitchedOn reports on Engaget:
...in 1993, a startup co-founded by one of the Mac's earliest third-party developers showed off a product called SmartSketch, later to be renamed FutureSplash Animator. The FutureSplash plug-in enabled Netscape Navigator to display vector graphics and even animations, garnering the attention of Macromedia. Over time, this plug-in, renamed Flash [and now owned by Adobe]...
For a brief time, Intergraph thought it hit the big time, when Microsoft agreed to include a version of Imagineer with a CD of bonus Windows software. But, 'twas not to be. The software faded into the background noise -- largely unknown now but hugely influential in the past.