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    CONNECTION Seminar

    Integrated Infrastructure Lifecycle

Seminar

Date: May 24, 2016 Time: 8:00 – 8:30 Check-in; 8:30 - 13:15 Seminars; 13:15 - 13:30 Networking and Refreshments Location: World Trade Center, Klarabergsviadukten 70, 111 64 Stockholm Sweden Register Now

Join Bentley for the opportunity to participate in a unique event that demonstrates Bentley’s common modeling, data, project, and performance environments in a workflow-driven setting.

The Integrated Infrastructure Lifecycle Seminar is a series of live demonstrations that span the entire lifecycle of a transportation project, from the creation of an integrated 3D model to collaboration, integration, and coordination of information across all of the engineering disciplines. Developing the project using this methodology enables a reduction in delays and becomes a significant driver to deliver transportation projects on time and under budget.

 

Session 1: Advancing BIM for Comprehensive Project Delivery
As an architect, engineer, constructor, or owner-operator, you face a considerable number of business challenges during the planning, design, delivery, and operations of multi-discipline infrastructure projects. With access to accurate and relevant information critical to success for organizations working on such projects, building information modeling (BIM) is widely accepted as being an essential capability moving forward. BIM is about people and processes, supported by technology.

During this presentation we will share how BIM processes can advance your planning or optioneering phase of projects, through detailed design, to procurement, construction and finally, handover to the owner.

Session 2: The Common Environment for Transportation Projects
In this session you will see demonstrations that span the entire lifecycle of an airport expansion project, from the creation of an integrated 3D model to collaboration, integration, and coordination of information.

Demonstrations include solving critical business issues for:

  • governance, the federated model, standards, and workflows
  • civil, road, rail, bridge, and geotechnical
  • geospatial and mapping
  • information management and mobility

Application engineers will each play one or more of the roles as the engineering participants or stakeholders in the project. This event will be a live showcase of technologies that deliver Bentley's solution for the integrated infrastructure lifecycle.


Conclusion: Question & Answer Session