Wednesday, December 4, 2019
2 p.m. Eastern | 1 p.m. Central
Your infrastructure is essential to sustaining economic growth and improving the quality of life through functional and safe road networks. Advancing BIM across the entire transportation asset lifecycle that spans from planning, design, analysis, maintenance, and operation for roads, bridges, and tunnels can be faced with numerous challenges. The need to increase efficiency, minimize data-loss, and streamline processes through digital twins and a connected data environment can address these complex and diverse issues.
Join us for this webinar as we discuss how Bentley’s complete lifecycle solution can help manage and improve your road asset infrastructure from concept to completion. Learn how utilizing digital twins provide better visibility for project teams, management, and owners to understand the implications of design decisions early in the process and gain improved performance across the asset’s lifecycle.
The learning outcomes from this webinar include:
- How the seamless flow of information helps save time and costs by enabling distributed teams to share information.
- How to enhance design data BIM workflows through digital twins to make better decisions and reduce costs.
- How you can intelligently improve asset performance and reliability strategies to mitigate risk, increase operational efficiency, and ensure regulatory compliance.
Vice President of Civil Infrastructure, Bentley Systems
Dustin has held several senior product and business development positions throughout his career related to creating exceptional products and solutions servicing the infrastructure industry. Dustin has degrees in computer science and economics and has spent his entire career dedicated to creating technology that allows engineers, contractors and owners to automate the construction and operation of infrastructure.
Vice President of Roadway Asset Management, Bentley Systems
Dan Vogen is vice president, roadway asset management at Bentley Systems. He has worked with transportation agencies for the last 25 years, focusing on asset inventory, operation, maintenance, and oversize/overweight permitting automation. Vogen works with global development and implementation teams in the United States, Europe, and Asia, supporting transportation asset management systems worldwide. He has a Master of Science in computer science from the Illinois Institute of Technology.