LEARNing Conference: Road | Site with MicroStation & ProjectWise
This event has concluded
29 June 2015
- 30 June 2015
- 17:00 CT
Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans, Louisiana,
Join us for a must-attend learning opportunity for road & site professionals. Learn how Bentley software empowers multi-discipline teams to design, analyze, construct, and manage road and site infrastructure of all types and scales. Don't miss this chance to meet other users, ask questions, get tips from Bentley experts, and see how Bentley provides an informed work environment during all phases of a project.
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Additionally, each Bentley LEARNing Conference will feature a program of lectures and workshops for MicroStation V8i, the new MicroStation CONNECT edition, and ProjectWise, including:
- Learn best practices, tips & tricks for roadway modeling, rail design and civil workflows using OpenRoads technology included in GEOPAK and InRoads
- Learn how to take SITEOPS to the next level with OPTIONEERING and advanced techniques
- Explore the power of the new OpenRoads tools & techniques for subsurface utilities design and analysis (SUDA)!
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Online registration is now closed. You can register at the event at the Registration desk in the Court Assembly Foyer.
Note: You will need your SELECTservices user name and password to register onsite. If you do not know your SELECTservices credentials, please email email@example.com to obtain them.
Onsite Registration Hours:
Sunday June 28: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Monday June 29: 7:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday June 30: 7:00am – 5:00pm
- Developing CAD Standards with MicroStation
- Creating a Custom User Experience in MicroStation CONNECT
- 3D Imaging, PointClouds, and Visualization
- Using ProjectWise to Enable a Collaborative BIM Environment
- ProjectWise for GEOPAK and InRoads users