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Going Digital in Transportation   6 Nov, 2018

“Going digital” is not just about leveraging the latest technology, it’s about enabling different outcomes for your projects.More>>

Drones Help Small Team Tackle Big Campus Digitization Project Article
Drones Help Small Team Tackle Big Campus Digitization Project   31 Oct, 2018

Skand’s application of Bentley Systems reality capture technology provides RMIT University with a new view of its building facades and roofs.More>>

Backed by a New Big Brother, Bricsys Eyes a Bigger Piece of the Pie Article
Backed by a New Big Brother, Bricsys Eyes a Bigger Piece of the Pie   27 Oct, 2018

Bricsys’s pursuit of DWG-based CAD users will get a boost from an acquisition by Hexagon.More>>

With New Turing, NVIDIA Doubles Down on the Future of Real-Time Ray-Tracing Article
With New Turing, NVIDIA Doubles Down on the Future of Real-Time Ray-Tracing    18 Oct, 2018

And CAD professionals are expected to reap the benefits.More>>

Bentley Systems Believes Digital Twins Are ‘the Future,’ and Invests Accordingly Article
Bentley Systems Believes Digital Twins Are 'the Future,' and Invests Accordingly   18 Oct, 2018

The company is committed to developing digital twin technologies for infrastructure projects and assets, including an iTwin Services cloud platform and a plant operations solution created in partnership with Siemens.More>>

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Lynn Allen

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