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Bentley Introduces Comprehensive New Geospatial Product Portfolio with Powerful GIS Capabilities

US -Bentley Systems, Incorporated today introduced a comprehensive new geospatial product portfolio with powerful GIS capabilities that supports infrastructure engineering workflows across the entire asset lifecycle, from planning, design, and construction to operations and decommissioning. These products synthesize engineering and geospatial workflows, dispensing with data silos and bridging the traditional divide between GIS specialists and the engineering community. By delivering GIS technology and other spatial information seamlessly and transparently to engineers when they need it, organizational efficiency is increased, errors are decreased, and data quality is improved. Newly introduced products in the portfolio include Bentley Map and Bentley Cadastre as well as Bentley Geospatial Server ““ all of which extend Bentley´s broad portfolio of existing geospatial products. These new geospatial products will be deployed across multiple solution communities, including cadastre and land development, electric and gas utilites, water and wastewater utilities, communications service providers, and others.

Styli Camateros, Bentley vice president, Civil and Geospatial Products, said, “Bentley´s geospatial product portfolio underscores our commitment to advance GIS for infrastructure and provides engineers and GIS professionals with an entirely new way to work. The products are designed to make spatial data and GIS functionality available within engineering workflows to all users, when they need it and without file transformations or conversions. This results in end–to–end support for spatial data within online and offline workflows and, ultimately, increased organizational efficiency. All of the products in this broad and growing portfolio are open, extensible, and customizable, and they make spatial data available to support the infrastructure asset´s entire lifecycle.”