Advancements in Building Design and Pedestrian Simulation (Brisbane)

When:
20 August, 2019 @ 8:00 am – 10:30 am
2019-08-20T08:00:00+10:00
2019-08-20T10:30:00+10:00
Where:
Hilton Brisbane
190 Elizabeth St
Brisbane, Queensland
Australia
Contact:
Bentley Institute
Advancements in Building Design and Pedestrian Simulation (Brisbane) @ Hilton Brisbane

Join us at this breakfast and learn as we take a look at how Bentley continues to break down barriers and streamline multidisciplinary design with its recently launched OpenBuildings Station Designer CONNECT Edition. OpenBuildings Station Designer supports the design, analysis, visualisation and simulation of new or existing rail, metro or other transit stations with asset-specific content and workflows.

With the incorporation of industry leading simulation software LEGION, within OpenBuildings Station Designer, designers can model and simulate pedestrian scenarios and thereby support improving functional use of space, wayfinding strategies, and passenger experience and throughput. LEGION can be applied to sport stadiums, airports, shopping malls, and virtually and other place where people converge.

Furthermore, keeping in line with Bentley’s Open modelling environment, OpenBuildings Station Designer enables iterative digital workflows spanning Bentley’s Connected Data Environments.

All this makes OpenBuildings Station Designer a powerful solution to consider for your next project. Reserve your seat today.

In this event, you will learn about:

  • Key industry trends and how you can leverage them
  • Key capabilities of OpenBuildings Station Designer and how it can be applied to various building projects
  • Pedestrian modelling and simulation using LEGION
  • Working with other disciplines and leveraging Bentley’s open connected data environment.

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