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To improve the intermittent water supply of the Agra Water Supply System, NJS Engineers India P Limited was retained to evaluate the distribution system and determine the optimal solution for delivering a continuous water supply to Agra city.
State Unitary Enterprise MosgortransNIIproekt was contracted to facilitate traffic management projects to improve traffic capacity and reduce accidents on Moscow’s roadways.
Infraero developed Brazil’s first digital twin, using Bentley applications to virtualize more than 920 square meters of Londrina’s airport surface area.
In the wake of the 2010 China drought, BIM technology accelerated delivery of a hydropower project to bring water to the people of Guizhou Province.
IZZI expands FTTC network with Bentley’s communications applications, reducing design costs by 25 percent while bringing triple play services to 8 million new customers.
The Research and Design Institute for Urban Transportation used Bentley software to modernize project delivery for Moscow’s transportation infrastructure, reducing labor costs by 15 percent.
Lic. migrates Honduran land administration data from legacy platform to Bentley Map, achieving faster performance and tighter security.
The City of Helsinki leveraged Bentley’s reality modeling software to generate a 3D representation of Helsinki as part of its smart city initiative, improving internal services and processes.
Bentley’s mapping and surveying applications yield optimal solutions for urban development to improve living conditions in the Agatare region of Rwanda.
AECOM used Bentley software to manage the development of transportation and utilities networks for India’s first smart city, optimizing collaboration to reduce delivery times and minimize project costs.
AEM Gestioni Srl deployed a modern GIS solution that allows it to define a district heating data model and edit, view, query, and analyze network assets.
Using Bentley Map and MicroStation to reduce costs, Avineon India integrates data from a variety of sources to build highly accurate 3D city model of Brussels.
The SAMIT project clearly documents and publishes subsurface utility data for Caltrans design teams in the 12 district offices to identify underground utilities and avoid hitting them.
Copenhagen used Bentley 3D modeling software to help quickly plan locations for solar panels to achieve the city’s goal of becoming the world’s first carbon-neutral capital by 2025.
Dubai Municipality implemented an automated management system for utility construction projects, reducing engineering time and paper usage, each by 95 percent.
Earth Solutions develops a system for Hong Kong Highways Department Project Office to proactively manage, monitor, and consolidate its site-survey data, alerting site engineers and project managers when the settlement and displacement value goes over a predefined tolerance level.
HDR used Bentley BIM advancements to create an as-designed 3D model of new New York Bridge over the Hudson River.
Innovación Sistemas y Proyectos developed a Bentley-based federated geospatial information system that increased tax recollection for the City of Cancun, Mexico, by 18 percent in six months.
LE34 creates innovative solution to providing line-of-site building guidelines for a historic park using Bentley Map and Bentley Pointools.
Mortenson Construction uses Bentley software to model solutions for construction under severe constraints at 75 wind turbine sites.
Mortenson Construction reduced wind-turbine footprint by 40% with Bentley software, mitigating disturbance on environmentally sensitive lands.
Napier City Council consolidated multiple asset management systems for a single, authoritative source for improved information lifecycle management capabilities with Bentley solutions.
Bentley Map enabled the National Registry Center of El Salvador to map land register locations without a costly dedicated map server so users can accurately locate any parcel in the registry via a Web browser.
Ordnance Survey Ireland developed a new authoritative spatial data referencing framework that integrates national data related to location, saving more than EUR 600,000 in operating costs.
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