Informed Infrastructure interviewed Bentley Systems' Ken Adamson, Vice President of Building, Electrical, Plant and Structural Modeling, at the Year In Infrastructure Event held Nov. 1-3, 2016, at the Hilton London Metropole. He discusses BIM innovations and reality models and how to incorporate them into design work, advancements in brownfield redevelopment, the Internet of Things (IoT), education in processes and new developments that may come from Bentley Systems in 2017.
Informed Infrastructure interviewed Greg Bentley, the CEO of Bentley Systems, at the Year In Infrastructure Event held Nov. 1-3, 2016, at the Hilton London Metropole. In Part 3 of this interview, he discusses some of the criteria Bentley uses to select its business partners as well as the reasoning for moving the Year In Infrastructure 2017 event to Singapore and what might be different at that event.
Informed Infrastructure interviewed Greg Bentley, the CEO of Bentley Systems, at the Year In Infrastructure Event held Nov. 1-3, 2016, at the Hilton London Metropole. In Part 2 of this interview, he discusses the importance of lifecycle management and the "productizing" of services as well as his thoughts on the slow uptake of technology in construction and how it can be overcome.
This Infrastructure-themed GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses $500 million in grants from the USDOT's TIGER program; highlights from the latest issue of Informed Infrastructure magazine; new virtual reality technology to promote transit; industry news from Pix4D, Thinkbox Software and the Global Infrastructure Hub; a video from the Mississippi Watershed Management Organization about a stormwater filtration system recently installed near Minneapolis; and more.
The V1 Video Team made a site visit to Red Rocks Amphitheater and Park to capture video interviews and witness an ambitious drone-based reality-capture exercise to photograph and model the mountain park. The visualization team from engineering firm Kimley-Horn captured the area for the City and County of Denver, which owns and maintains the park. Autodesk and its partner 3D Robotics were on hand to demo their collaboration on SiteScan, which creates an automated workflow from drone capture to use within Autodesk’s modeling software. The mission had many purposes, including historical archiving of the park, modeling stormwater erosion, tracking trail maintenance, and building acoustics and lighting models for the amphitheater.