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CONNECTION Event Toronto
Keynote
Introduction to The CONNECT Edition
Malcolm Walter, COO, Bentley Systems
Thursday, May 21, 2015
9:00
10:00
The CONNECT Edition: A New Paradigm for Project Delivery
10:30
12:00
Discover how to transform your project delivery. No matter what your role on a design or building project and no matter how large or small your project, hear first‐hand how you will increase your individual productivity and simplify project‐wide collaboration for all project participants. With improved project execution, you will increase your ability to deliver the best performing buildings, bridges, roads power plants, utility networks, mines, and other infrastructure projects on time, on budget, and with less risk.
The CONNECT Edition is Bentley’s next generation of infrastructure software, and will establish a new paradigm for Project Delivery. Hear about the CONNECT Edition innovations for MicroStation, ProjectWise and Navigator. Hear how these innovations leverage the latest technology enablers, including cloud services, touch, mobile, and more.
Mark Hattersley, Director, Product Manager, Bentley Systems
Joe Granville, Director, Product Management, Bentley Systems
David Huie, Senior Marketing Manager, Bentley Systems
Government Industry Forum
Thursday, May 21, 2015
13:00
13:45
Lifecycle Management of Public Infrastructure
Urbanization is increasing demands on resources and we are seeing an increased recognition of the value of asset management systems to manage the complex processes necessary to operate a diverse mixture of infrastructure assets. These asset management systems support urban infrastructure in roads, rail, streetcar systems, sewer collection networks and treatment plants, water and waste water networks and treatment plants, electric and gas utility networks, communications networks, airports, parks, public buildings, land management and more. Learn how Bentley solutions can help with the management and maintenance of urban infrastructure, serving public works departments, municipally managed utilities and agencies on a local, regional, and national scale throughout the lifecycle of the assets.
Aidan Mercer, Senior Industry Marketing Manager, Government, Bentley Systems
BIM for Cities: From Modeling to Reality
13:45
14:30
Because of the complex nature of government projects and the requirement for collaboration across disciplines and project participants, many cities are adopting BIM processes to achieve more sustainable cities. Bentley is uniquely placed to deliver a truly BIM‐enabled solution, from 3D visualization for modelling and design, to Optioneering for performance improvements and an enhanced project delivery, to merging the physical and virtual to achieve an immersive rich data model throughout the lifecycle of the assets.
Robert Mankowski, VP, Simulation Product Management, Bentley Systems
Federating GIS with the Power of Bentley Map
14:45
15:30
Municipalities, government agencies, utilities, transportation agencies, cadastres, and mapping firms all rely on GIS products to deliver surveying, imaging, mapping, analysis, cartography, and other geospatial routines. Cooperation and collaboration among municipal departments with a single data source can be very challenging. Using a federated GIS that provides a single source of truth improves project delivery and information consistency. Such a system helps deal with the rapid expansion of urban infrastructure and help to modernize cadastral information systems to ensure various departments have access to accurate cadastre and cartographic data. Bentley offers world‐class GIS capabilities with a range of geospatial products designed to meet these challenges.
Gregg Herrin, Director, Product Management, Bentley Systems
User Success
15:30
16:15
Government Q&A
Aidan Mercer, Senior Industry Marketing Manager, Government, Bentley Systems
Robert Mankowski, VP, Simulation Product Management, Bentley Systems
Gregg Herrin, Director, Product Management, Bentley Systems
16:30
17:00
CONNECTION Event Toronto
Mining Industry Forum
Thursday, May 21, 2015
13:00
13:45
The Future of Mining is Here!
The Mining Industry is struggling to emerge from a downturn that many experts are signaling as something more than an inevitable cyclic movement, describing this as a "seismic or paradigm shift." As owner‐operators continue to slash billions of spending dollars, shed jobs, divest underperforming mines, cut back on capital projects, and attempt to rein in wages, many have begun to focus on long term optimization of operating costs and capital allocation as sustainable measures for their businesses. This session will discuss the innovative step change solutions that Bentley is delivering across the entire mining ecosystem, providing opportunities to optimize projects and operations while delivering efficiencies and improving profitability through the management of information throughout the entire MineCycle.
Dave Body, Solutions Executive, Mining, Bentley Systems
Spatially Located Digital Data ‐ Providing a Window into Your Operation
13:45
14:30
Of particular importance within a mine environment is spatially located digital data. During the operational phase of a mine the process of design, develop, and extract becomes an integrated and continuous loop. This continual cycle becomes the focal point of a mine’s operation, and key to this is the accurate positioning of the excavations mined and the geological and evaluation features encountered. Today new technologies, such as laser scanners and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are delivering this accurate data. Together with"big data" software solutions that maintain, display, analyze, and manage the voluminous amounts of spatially located digital data, they are changing the face of surveying within mining operations. The ability to efficiently manage, maintain, and disseminate this spatial data to the right people at the right time will be critical to the success of an enterprise. Bentley Systems and solutions support today’s requirements and tomorrow’s needs.
Dave Body, Solutions Executive, Mining, Bentley Systems
Improving Asset Performance
14:45
15:30
Bentley has a portfolio of solutions that are particularly relevant to a mechanized mining strategy in which the asset management and maintenance tracking of all equipment are critical. The capturing, analyzing, and management of condition based data via our AssetWise APM offerings, give mining owners an ability to improve and optimize the reliability, integrity, and performance of both their fixed and mobile assets.
Brian Flett, Global Practice Leader, Bentley Systems
User Success: Making the Shift and Delivering an ROI
15:30
16:15
This session will describe the value and ROI an owner can derive from taking an integrated approach to the mining operations and the assets they manage. Whether they take a pro‐active approach to mine planning and surveying, they take a risk‐based approach to inspections and maintenance, or whether they focus on the lifecycle of their capitally intensive infrastructure and maintain high‐quality engineering information.
Mining Q&A
Dave Body, Solutions Executive, Mining, Bentley Systems
Brian Flett, Global Practice Leader, Bentley Systems
16:30
17:00
CONNECTION Event Toronto
Transportation Industry Forum
Thursday, May 21, 2015
13:00
13:45
Transportation Industry Vision
Bentley has been a trusted partner in transportation for road and rail projects for over 25 years. Though industry has changed, Bentley has stood shoulder to shoulder with owner‐operators and other in the industry professionals as they have tackled some of the world’s most demanding projects. Bentley solutions encompass data acquisition, project delivery, enabling BIM beyond design and construction, into operations and maintenance of transportation infrastructure. This session will deliver Bentley’s vision for the future of our industry, expose some of the myths about BIM, and look at the journey toward its adoption around the world through real‐life projects and success stories. The session will also outline how Bentley will help existing and future users achieve even greater successes.
Ron Gant, Industry Marketing Director, Road, Bentley Systems
User Success Story ‐ Local Keynote
Hear from industry experts and practitioners on their successful implementations of Bentley solutions in real‐world projects.
13:45
14:30
Integrated Project Delivery for Design and Construction
14:45
15:30
Bentley’s technology ‐ from data acquisition to detailed engineering analysis to construction deliverables ‐ has been the standard in transportation for over 25 years delivering projects of all sizes and complexity on time and under budget. Bentley excels in federating project information, integrating project teams and enabling collaboration between offices around the world. Bentley playbooks and products combine with Bentley’s Project Delivery solution to control and distribute engineering design information and construction deliverables, to achieve 3D collaborative BIM.
JP Gauthier, Senior Application Engineer, Bentley Systems
Asset Information and Performance Management with AssetWise
15:30
16:15
Bentley’s long‐standing position as a leading provider of transportation engineering solutions evolved naturally over the years into a parallel focus on transportation asset management including industry leading products such as InspectTech, Exor, Optram, SUPERLOAD and AssetWise APM.
Jeremy Shaffer, Senior Director, Product Management, Bentley Systems
Discussion, Q & A, and Closing Comments
16:30
17:00
This session offers attendees the opportunity ask questions of Bentley presenters relative to topics covered above and as time permits to engage in an open discussion of current challenges and best practices.
Ron Gant, Industry Marketing Director, Road, Bentley Systems
JP Gauthier, Senior Application Engineer, Bentley Systems
Jeremy Shaffer, Senior Director, Product Management, Bentley Systems
CONNECTION Event Toronto
Structural Design and Analysis Application Seminar
Thursday, May 21, 2015
13:00
13:45
Analysis, Design, Detailing, and Documentation: An Overview of Bentley’s Structural Product Line
Explore the changing drivers and opportunities in the global structural market landscape. Learn which segments are trending and how the adoption of BIM in new technology is impacting the structural engineer’s responsibilities and owner expectations.
Josh Taylor, Senior Product Manager, Bentley Systems
STAAD, RAM, ProStructures and More
13:45
14:30
Discover how Bentley’s structural solutions address the demanding industry drivers and global opportunities. Learn about product capabilities and the new cloud‐based engineering simulation service for developing multiple scenarios. See how you can deliver a project faster with greater accuracy using Bentley products and unique interoperability platform.
Beth Suminski, Technical Director ‐ Structural, Bentley Systems
Flexible Software and Licensing to Integrate Your Workflows
14:45
15:30
Learn how to utilize Bentley’s Integrated Structural Modeling (ISM) to streamline the interoperability of structural information among different specialized applications; analysis, design, modeling, detailing, and collaboration. The benefits are dynamic collaboration and increased data reuse among structural engineers, detailers, and fabricators. See firsthand how Bentley’s new Structural Enterprise License now offers even greater flexibility to meet the fluctuation of your business demands. Extend your reach with the new structural mobile app, along with CONNECT Edition software projects and ISM to enable field personnel to visualize, explore, and collect data using mobile devices.
Josh Taylor, Senior Product Manager, Bentley Systems
User Success: Saving Time and Money with Bentley Structural Solutions
15:30
16:15
Structural Design and Analysis Q&A
Engage our industry and product experts in discussion.
Josh Taylor, Senior Product Manager, Bentley Systems
Beth Suminski, Technical Director ‐ Structural, Bentley Systems
16:30
17:00
LEARNing Day
CONNECT Edition LEARNing Day
Tom Dywanski, LEARNing Consultant, Bentley Systems
JP Gauthier, Senior Application Engineer, Bentley Systems
Friday, May 22, 2015
9:00
12:00
CONNECTION Event Toronto
Bridge Design and Analysis Application Seminar
Friday, May 22, 2015
13:00
13:45
The Future of Bridge Design, Modeling and Analysis: 3D Modeling from Design to Decommission
Design, modeling and analysis are keys to the success of bridge projects. Bentley’s next generation of bridge modeling software is purpose‐built for bridge designers and consultants who need to create, augment, maintain, and document a wide variety of bridge information throughout the lifecycle of the project. Sharing information in an information‐rich 3D model increases data quality, collaboration and asset management, and reduces overall costs for the entire ecosystem involved. Intelligent 3D models are key to accelerated project delivery and information mobility. This presentation will provide a demonstration of how this powerful new software interoperates with Bentley civil design and collaboration tools, giving users a fresh approach to bridge projects of all sizes.
Sri Kanneganti, Product Manager, Bentley Systems
Bridge Information Modeling: Solutions for Bridges of all Sizes: Concrete, Steel, Suspension, Cable‐Stayed and More
13:45
14:30
The concept of BrIM (Bridge Information Modeling) has become reality for today’s bridge projects. BrIM is an innovative approach to bridge design, construction, operations, and project delivery, resulting in the creation of an information‐rich data model that can be used for the life of the bridge. All indicators point to a readiness for an intelligent and data‐rich 3D model that connects design, construction, operations, and maintenance. Bentley’s LEAP, RM Bridge, InspectTech, and new modeling software solutions can reduce construction costs with more economical designs and improve design quality. Discover how to model the step‐by‐step construction process in 4D, and realistically visualize projects with imagery and virtual drive‐thrus. The growing popularity of design‐build and P3 projects has set the stage for higher owner expectations for faster and more efficient methods of building our transportation assets.
Shri Bhide, Director, Product Management, Bentley Systems
RM Bridge: 2D/3D/4D Bridge Modeling, Design, Analysis, Fabrication, and Construction
14:45
15:30
Used worldwide by consulting engineering firms, government transportation organizations, contractors, and project consortia, RM Bridge sets the standard for both routine and signature bridge design and delivery. RM Bridge software can be used for accurately modeling bridges, and represents a powerful analysis, design, and construction tool. Any type of bridge, material or analysis for any of international codes can be handled. RM Bridge makes use of many internal functions to facilitate economic bridge design. Explore how the latest user‐friendly and technical enhancements increase integrated approach in the creation and construction of bridge systems, which in turn reduces risk and helps deliver top‐performing bridges.
Sri Kanneganti, Product Manager, Bentley Systems
Project Showcase: Building Better Bridges with Bentley
See how firms of all sizes are using Bentley’s bridge solution for design, analysis, modeling and inspection.
Shri Bhide, Director, Product Management, Bentley Systems
15:30
16:15
Bridge Design and Analysis Q&A
Sri Kanneganti, Product Manager, Bentley Systems
Shri Bhide, Director, Product Management, Bentley Systems
16:30
17:00
CONNECTION Event Toronto
OpenRoads Application Seminar
Friday, May 22, 2015
13:00
13:45
Design, Modeling, and Information Mobility: A Look at the Impact on the Bottom Line
Design, modeling, and information mobility go hand in hand to help increase design quality, project efficiency, and overall collaboration. Intelligent 3D models are key to accelerated project delivery, and information mobility is more than simply accessing files in multiple locations. It is the ability to share information across project teams and disciplines, and through project lifecycle phases, in a controlled, secure manner. This presentation will provide real‐
world examples of successful implementations of Bentley civil design and collaboration tools as well as the resulting ROI.
Derricke Gray, Product Manager, Bentley Systems
OpenRoads: Design and Modeling
13:45
14:30
Discover how OpenRoads combines traditional engineering workflows of plan, profile, and cross‐sections with innovative 3D modeling technology enhanced by parametric design features. This presentation will highlight how OpenRoads improves the model’s behavior and ability to react to design changes. See how OpenRoads anticipates the engineer’s design intent with automated decisions based on parametrics, relationships, and constraints resulting in increased productivity and higher‐quality designs.
JP Gauthier, Senior Application Engineer, Bentley Systems
The Future of Subsurface Modeling, Design, and Analysis ‐ Bentley Subsurface Utility Engineering and OpenRoads Subsurface 14:45
15:30
Design and Analysis Applications
Bentley‘s latest subsurface utility engineering application extends the power of OpenRoads technology by including a robust toolset for building intelligent 3D feature‐based models of the buried construction zone. These 3D models ensure better coordination during design and construction. Using the software’s visualization and clash detection capabilities, you can readily identify conflicts during design phase to help mitigate risk during construction, lowering your construction costs, and enhancing asset performance. In addition, the new SUDA application includes advanced 2D/3D modeling capabilities, integrating the best of the OpenRoads with Bentley’s industry‐leading hydraulics and hydrology design tools.
Derricke Gray, Product Manager, Bentley Systems
User Success: The ROI of Connecting Teams, Sharing Information, and Improving Project Deliverables ‐ Using OpenRoads and 15:30
16:15
ProjectWise for Success
Learn how OpenRoads and ProjectWise are helping users produce intelligent models, collaborate with other teams, and integrate civil design applications for successful workflows.
OpenRoads Q&A
Derricke Gray, Product Manager, Bentley Systems
JP Gauthier, Senior Application Engineer, Bentley Systems
16:30
17:00
CONNECTION Event Toronto
Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Modeling Application Seminar
Friday, May 22, 2015
13:00
13:45
Improved Engineering and Operations of Water Distribution and Wastewater Systems
Bentley users around the world are relying on decision‐support tools for their water distribution and wastewater networks in order to improve their knowledge of how infrastructure behaves as a system, how it reacts to operational strategies, and how it should grow as population and demands increase. In this session, specific user examples from the Be Inspired Awards will be discussed, including how their projects improved water and wastewater system reliability, efficiency, and sustainability.
Joel Johnson, Sales Consultant, Bentley Systems
Long‐Term Planning for Water and Wastewater Systems
13:45
14:30
Long‐term capital and master plans are essential for a well‐managed water or wastewater system. However, it can be difficult to prioritize capital improvement priorities, or even determine the size and scope of future projects. This session will introduce a series of engineering tools to help water and wastewater professionals create capital and master plans. These tools make it easy to prioritize capital improvement projects, and develop detailed and hydraulically accurate plans for future system expansion.
Robert Garrett, Senior Product Engineer, Bentley Systems
Complementing Your SCADA Data for Effective Forecasting and Operations
14:45
15:30
SCADA systems provide operators with a “live” snapshot of the water distribution system.  However, when it comes to predicting how the system will operate in the short to medium term, operators need more than just SCADA data. This session will introduce a hydraulic modeling system that helps operators ‘predict the future’ – from analyzing pump schedules to minimize energy cost, to determining if there is enough system capacity to deal with a planned shutdown during a peak day.
Robert Garrett, Senior Product Engineer, Bentley Systems
User Success: Optimizing Water and Wastewater Systems
15:30
16:15
Learn how water professionals are benefiting from their use of Bentley's latest hydraulics and hydrology software technology to design new water and wastewater infrastructure cost‐effectively, manage and optimize existing water and wastewater systems, improve team productivity, and reduce project costs.
Joel Johnson, Sales Consultant, Bentley Systems
Hydraulics and Hydrology Q&A
Joel Johnson, Sales Consultant, Bentley Systems
Robert Garrett, Senior Product Engineer, Bentley Systems
16:30
17:00