Bentley Systems is a global leader in innovative software solutions for architects, engineers, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators who design, build and operate the world's infrastructure. Bentley empowers its users to leverage information modeling through integrated projects for high-performing intelligent infrastructure.
Information Modeling facilitates the creation and integration of design, documentation, and analysis in a federated repository for design and construction information. This supports rigorous simulation of an infrastructure asset's performance so that the project team can explore the implications of options as they work to maximize design objectives. Working in the context of a unifying 3D modeling environment enables highly immersive interaction within the design process, and ensures the projection of trusted deliverables that effect the latest decisions and changes throughout the project timeline.
Integrated Projects benefit design, construction, and delivery teams by reducing and managing risk, while enhancing project efficiency. This requires well-managed collaboration on the work in progress across distributed teams. Integrated projects best equip distributed teams to harness the contribution of all participants by appropriately bringing to bear the right people and expertise. This demands information management for scalable and controlled work sharing, versatile reuse of engineering content, and the gathering of dynamic feedback that is actionable. Ultimately, this engages a broader range of contributors regardless of locations, enhances quality, and accelerates project delivery.
Intelligent Infrastructure utilizes the resultant digital asset and operational information platform for ongoing maintenance, operations, and compliance activities. Disaster and incident response and corrective actions can be address with assured information integrity. Proactive lifecycle planning can be applied for operational changes such as remodelling, expansion, or repurposing. Ultimately, this results in higher quality and better -performing infrastructure assets with improved operational efficiency and safety, reduced waste, increased resilience, and a greater return on infrastructure investments.
Founded in 1984, Bentley has nearly 3,000 colleagues in more than 45 countries, $500 million in annual revenues, and, since 1999, has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.