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Bentley: Applications for mobile and users - in DGN-

Bentley mobile
The sustainability of the positioning that has been the suppliers of tools for Geo-engineering is in their innovation and adaptability to technological innovations. The positioning is very marked, in the way in which its corporate communication sells its specialty, despite the fact that every day the gap between disciplines becomes more difficult ...

Understanding the BIM concept, in the case of Bentley Systems

In simplified words, BIM (Building Information Modeling) is the evolution of traditional concept called CAD (Computer Aided Design) and although there are entire books written about this after Jerry Laiserin popularized the term, for educational purposes we will seek to be as simplistic as possible: Before, when designing a building, the architect after a good joint ...

Transform a DGN file from ED50 to ETRS89

Often GIS users encounter the challenge of transforming CAD data and reference systems. We say challenge because, in many cases, this transformation supposes a meticulous work that allows us to finally preserve as much information as possible from the original data. It's funny, that this functionality comes with Microstation, but it's safe for those who ...

I-model, back to talent

The technological evolution in the computer area is complex, Moore's law has demonstrated with fidelity that it will not be possible in two years to use Windows 7 without being seen prehistoric. AutoCAD 2013 already sounds in the forums and we still do not finish chewing the new AutoCAD 2012, almost everything today is disposable, ...

Be Inspired Media Briefing Day

Now we have the first day, before the Be Inspired, destined to the press; with the most important trends that Bentley Systems expects to move at the media level. For now, my first impressions. Pointools seems to be the best Bentley acquisition, in my opinion. An important company that the previous CEO of ...

AutoCAD returns to Mac

There is no doubt that the Mac world is better, but always our doubts about moving were: And how do I do with AutoCAD? Who would have believed, after that in 1994 AutoCAD R13c42b was the last we saw half run on the Powermacintosh. 18 years later, returns AutoCAD for Mac. Just that year he also left ...