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The alliance between Bentley and Microsoft situates the latter’s Azure IoT and maps technologies into Bentley’s iTwin cloud-based technologies and solutions enabling advancements in urban planning and smart cities.
Nadella and Bentley to discuss the challenges we face in infrastructure resilience and how leading technology vendors can meet those challenges with innovation.
Bentley Systems IPO offers the global market investment opportunities in a CAD giant that dominates the infrastructure market.
Bentley moves closer to public stock offering by filing Form S-1 with the SEC. The offering may be waiting on infrastructure bill passage.
The future of Bentley’s ProjectWise 365 looks bright—technical advances, standards adoption, and carry-over from traditional ProjectWise customers all suggest good things for Bentley.
The virtual Year in Infrastructure 2020 Conference provides complimentary access to a wide range of content relevant to infrastructure professionals in every role and at every phase of the infrastructure lifecycle.
This latest news underscores Bentley’s commitment to advancing open-source platform for digital twins.
Bentley’s 100 percent cloud-based SaaS solution ProjectWise 365 helps small to mid-sized AEC professionals collaborate from anywhere—particularly home during this global pandemic—and is now free of the subscription until 30 September 2020.
Bentley may be going public soon and the company acquires UK AEC industry CDE leader GroupBC with its market-leading BS 1192 compliant SaaS tools used in construction.
INSIDER: How JPW is using Bentley’s OpenBuildings Designer GenerativeComponents to Push the Edge of Practice with Technology
A mid-sized architectural practice in Australia has designed what will be the largest building in the country once finished. In the process, the firm advanced the use of computational design with BIM using Bentley’s OpenBuildings Designer GenerativeComponents (OBD-GC).
Winners to be selected and announced at the Bentley Year in Infrastructure 2020 Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
Bentley Systems helps Dow Chemical Company implement AWP Best Practices Across the Organization.
This feature—which was originally published in our free monthly newsletter (INSIDER Xpresso) several weeks ago—focuses in on what we learned from the Bentley 2019 Year In Infrastructure Conference, held in Singapore, this past October. The key innovations we want to talk about from that conference center around “digital twins,” but we also want to highlight some stunning facts about the size and growth of the global infrastructure market. Some of these are “head-spinning” and hard to fathom, but nonetheless absolutely true.
Infrastructure in Bentley’s parlance includes from Buildings, Plants to Cities—entrants and winners span categories like Building and Campus, Digital Cities, Power Generation, Project Delivery, and so on.
Advancing mobility digital twins through Orbit GT’s automated mobile mapping workflows (digital context) and Citilab’s CUBE simulations (digital components) for predictive transportation scenarios (digital chronology).