What Bentley brings in the Be Inspired

Just a few days from a long trip through London and then Amsterdam, let's take a look at what might impress us of the Danes that this time are put together as finalists.

The finalists in the theme Geospatial and Government

Government_geosite GeoSite, a Danish company will present a smoke using mobile connection, via web services that interacts in both ways. From the field, you can capture data, such as photographs and xfm attributes to send them via wireless to Microstation and from here respond as well. One of the best, which is an application with a municipal approach.

The 19 will be presented at 11 am.

Government_tvilum IT Developer, Also Danish, will show a development for cadastral use using standard Web Feature Service (WFS).

This if that looks interesting, considering that for this to work, they will have had to put the data in Geospatial Server via Idpr (hopefully and not via Project Wise). It would be the first applications on xfm exploiting this standard, and it is the way because until now, xfm continues to be a very particular thing about Bentley although it has been in existence for several years and supports the standard. Web Map Service had been seen as something very common, which in good Spanish is to show the map as an image and option to Review attribute; but WFS implies bringing the vector layer with its attribute table under the OGC standard that can recognize any other program such as ArcGIS, gvSIG, etc.

Both will do a half-hour presentation on October 19 between 11 and 12 noon. I guess your English will sound more like German, like in those Asterix en Germania books.  Tvilum Landinspektørfirma.

The other finalist is also Danish, competing with his 3D model on the fly. It seems they will not have an exhibition, but they will surely participate in the Thematic table.

In my opinion, the WFS takes the prize.

The countries of the finalists

Only Venezuela and Brazil from the Latin American environment, both on the subject of power generation plants; together with the United States there are 11 from the American continent. The rest, 21 are from Europe, 14 Asian, 2 African and 1 from Oceania as shown in the following table.

  • United States (10)
  • United Kingdom (8)
  • Australia (6)
  • China (4)
  • Denmark (3)
  • Czech Republic (2)
  • Belgium (2)
  • Arabia (2)
  • Netherlands (2)
  • Singapore (2)
  • United Arab Emirates (2)
  • Malaysia (1)
  • Bangladesh (1)
  • Namibia (1)
  • Ireland (1)
  • Egypt (1)
  • Vietnam (1)
  • Italy (1)
  • Slovakia (1)
  • Brasil (1)
  • India (1)
  • New Zealand (1)
  • Venezuela (1)
  • Germany (1)
  • The finalists companies

    For now I will only mention the nominated categories and companies. Nothing else for merit purposes… and traffic.

    Communicating Through Visualization

    • A02-Architecture Office
    • AAPROG architecten bvba
    • Woodside Energy Ltd.

    Bridges_ty_lin Connecting Project Teams

    • Crossrail Limited
    • Scott Wilson Group plc
    • Scott Wilson Group plc

    Innovation in Bridges

    • Atkins
    • High-Point Rendel
    • TY Lin International

    Building_henning Innovation in Building

    • Atlas Industries
    • Henning Larsen Architects
    • McCauley Daye O'Connell Architects Ltd

    Innovation in Campuses, Airports, and Military Installations

    • Garver, LLC
    • Sitech Services BV
    • Zaha Hadid Architects

    Innovation in Communications Networks

    • Precision Contracting Services, Inc.
    • Telefónica O2 Czech Republic

    Innovation in Construction

    • Land Transport Authority
    • New York State Department of Transportation
    • PT McDermott Indonesia

    Innovation in Generative Design

    • BDP
    • Henning Larsen Architects
    • Morphosis Architects, Inc.

    Innovation in Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering

    • Orion Engineering Inc.
    • State Geological Institute of Dionyz Stur
    • Technital SpA

    Innovation in Government

    • GeoSite.dk - GIS4Mobile
    • Odense Kommune
    • Tvilum Landinspektørfirma A / S

    Innovation in Metals and Mining

    • Aurecon Hatch
    • Bechtel Australia
    • PDC Consultants

    Innovation in Power Generation

    • ECIDI - Pumped Storage Power Station
    • Engevix Engineering SA
    • ESI Inc. of Tennessee

    Innovation in Process Manufacturing

    • Grontmij Industry
    • GS Engineering & Construction Corp.
    • Royal Haskoning Industrial Engineering

    Innovation in Rail and Transit

    • AECOM - Neasden Depot Upgrade Project
    • Mott MacDonald Limited
    • SREI Infrastructure Finance Limited

    Innovation in Roads

    • Aurecon - SH18 Hobsonville Deviation
    • Parsons Brinckerhoff Australia
    • Scott Wilson Group plc

    Structural_msn Innovation in Structural Engineering

    • Arup Singapore Pte Ltd
    • MSN Prestressed Concrete
    • Y&V Engineering and Construction CA

    Innovation in Utility Transmission and Distribution Networks

    • Central China Electric Power Design Institute
    • Imp GmbH
    • State Nuclear Electric Power Planning Design & Research Institute

    Water_networks_arizona Innovation in Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants

    • Carollo Engineers
    • Carollo Engineers
    • MWH Global, Inc.

    Innovation in Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater Networks

    • Arizona American Water and Narasimhan Consulting Services, Inc.
    • CH2M HILL
    • Westernport Water

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