Bentley Systems to display construction management platform

By Catrin Jones02 February 2023

Bentley Systems will present its updated infrastructure platform, Synchro, at ConExpo in Las Vegas, Nevada, US. The updates are said to make the platform the next generation of construction management for civil infrastructure projects and the construction component of the new Bentley Infrastructure Cloud.

ConExpo attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about Bentley Systems Synchro (Photo: Bentley Systems)

Bentley Infrastructure Cloud is said to allow construction contractors, managers and owners to manage data from design to construction to handover to operations and ensure a single source of truth across the project lifecycle, keeping the entire extended project team on the same page.

Attendees will be able to get a full demonstration of the complete Synchro construction platform, but will also get to test-drive Synchro Field on a giant iOS touchscreen and win prizes for the fastest task completion.

The company adds that there will also be a full guided demonstration of the complete workflow from Bentley’s civil design software through the platform, highlighting 4D/5D model-based construction and iTwin technology, as well as all Synchro Control, Cost, Perform, and Field capabilities.

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