Spatial Source webinar looks at digital twins for infrastructure

By on 13 May, 2020

Join us for a live webinar with Bentley walking through Orbit GT.

Digital twins have seen ascendant uptake in recent years, with increasingly complex local projects keeping pace with international trends.

Join us on Thursday May 14 as Bentley Systems’ Lomme Devriendt takes us through Bentley’s recent acquisition of Orbit GT, and how this integrates with the rest of Bentley’s staggering portfolio of tools for developing and managing digital twins to facilitate an all-in-one workflow.

Mr. Devriendt is in charge of business development for the Orbit product line, having graduated with Masters degrees in land surveying and geography from Ghent University in Belgium, and spending six years as CSO at Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies prior to Bentley’s acquisition last year.

Glen Burke, Product Consultant for Digital Cities at Bentley Systems had this to say about the upcoming webinar:

“In Australia, our users have been telling us for some time that they are struggling to keep up with the volume of 3D data they are generating from different reality capturing systems,” he said.

“They are looking for new ways to manage, extract and share 3D data of any size within and outside their organisation. Orbit GT can solve this problem. It supports unlimited data volumes and provides integrated workflows for not only Bentley, but also Esri, QGIS, and many more 3rd party applications.‚Äč”

Register here to join our live webinar with Bentley

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