Bentley Systems to host press luncheon at SPAR 3D Conference to Discuss Infrastructure Digital Twin Technology for Digital Cities

During the luncheon, Robert Mankowski, vice president, digital cities, Bentley Systems, will give a presentation followed by a question/answer period on Bentley’s infrastructure digital twin technology enabled by an open, connected data environment to support infrastructure inspection, construction monitoring, and city infrastructure resilience.

Press Luncheon at SPAR 3D Conference

Wednesday, May 22, 2019
12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Meeting Room 252B
Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Ave.
Anaheim, CA

Bentley Systems invites you to attend a press luncheon on Wednesday, May 22 during the SPAR 3D Conference.

During the luncheon, Robert Mankowski, vice president, digital cities, Bentley Systems, will give a presentation followed by a question/answer period on Bentley's infrastructure digital twin technology enabled by an open, connected data environment to support infrastructure inspection, construction monitoring, and city infrastructure resilience. Mankowski will also discuss the following:
• Creating, visualizing, and analyzing infrastructure assets - from planning to performance
• Combining data from continuous surveys, photogrammetry, LiDAR, and sensors
• Gaining new insights by simulating real-world situations, optimizing systems and processes, and monitoring the performance and condition of assets.

Product Demos and 1:1 Media Interviews
Wednesday, May 22 and Thursday, May 23
Bentley Systems' Booth# 625

Additionally, the following Bentley experts will be onsite to give product demos and to discuss methods for conducting inspections remotely or reaching inaccessible assets with the application of drones and AI-based computer vision, to automate inspection tasks via a digital twin to improve safety and maximize productivity.

Robert Mankowski - vice president, digital cities, Bentley Systems
Ton de Vries - director, business development, digital cities, Bentley Systems


Session - Industrial Facilities: 3D Technologies Applied
Thursday, May 23
10:30 a.m.
Room 251B

Jim Yanosick of Eye-bot Aerial Solutions (Bentley Systems' special recognition award winner for Shell Pennsylvania project) will give a 20-minute presentation titled "Maximize the Use of Drones by Creating a Visual Single Source of Truth Using Reality Modeling" during the Industrial Facilities: 3D Technologies Applied session.

Presentation description:
Learn how to overcome challenges to produce accurate, high resolution digital twins, in the form of high-fidelity 3D reality meshes. Progressively captured 3D reality models create a single source of truth on a geo-located model, greatly reducing the need for on-site visits. 3D reality models allow any user with granted access to visualize the state and position of the project or asset including the ability to measure height, length, area and volume with the touch of a button. Become empowered by gaining intimate knowledge surrounding the current condition of critical assets and ongoing progress of any project around the world.

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is the leading global provider of software solutions to engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators for the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley Systems employs more than 3,500 colleagues, generates annual revenues of $700 million in 170 countries, and has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions since 2012. www.bentley.com

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