Monthly Archives: May 2016

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A Revolution in the Value of Remote Sensing

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The V1 Video team interviewed Bill Gattle, President of Space and Intelligence at Harris Corp., at the 32nd Space Symposium held April 11-14, 2016, in Colorado Springs, Colo. He discusses the worldwide value transformation seen in remote sensing, the company's doubling in size with its acquisition of Exelis and the efforts to make that an effective transition, and the growing importance of the GEOINT space.

5_26 Asia Pacific Broadcast (DIWATA-1, Apple Maps and More)

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This Asia Pacific-themed GeoSpatial Stream broadcast covers the recent launch of DIWATA-1, The Philippines' first microsatellite; Australia's move toward more-accurate GNSS navigation at its airports; Apple opening a technical and support center in Hyderabad, India, for its Maps and navigation services; industry news from NTT Data, LizardTech, BJ Open Tide BoGan, Ozius Spatial and U-blox; a video clip from JAXA (in Japanese) about weather monitoring; and more.

Working from Reality Capture to Modeling to Consumption

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The V1 Video team interviewed Ted Lamboo, Senior Vice President of Reality Modeling for Bentley Systems, at the 2016 SPAR 3D Expo and Conference, held April 11-14 in The Woodlands, Texas. He discusses reality modeling and the full cycle from capture to modeling to consumption, Bentley products used in that cycle such as ContextCapture, and examples of such use in highway design and substation modeling.

Bentley Systems’ Impact on Road and Rail Industries

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The V1 Video team interviewed Steve Cockerell, Industry Marketing Director of Rail & Road for Bentley Systems, at the 2016 SPAR 3D Expo and Conference, held April 11-14 in The Woodlands, Texas. He discusses the company's ContextCapture, LumenRT and ConceptStatin products as well as the high-profile Crossrail project and how it has changed the company's products and practices.

Software Interoperability Leads to Engineering Productivity

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The V1 Video team interviewed Anne Marie Garko-Hill, Technical Manger, Analytical Modeling Unit, Bentley Systems, at the 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference, held April 13-15 in Orlando, Fla. She discusses engineers' desire for maximum productivity, Bentley Systems' affinity for developers with design experience, the benefits of Bentley software for its users, and how interoperability leads to greater productivity.

5_12 Infrastructure Broadcast (Earthquakes, Streetcars and More)

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This Infrastructure-themed GeoSpatial Stream broadcast covers the devastating earthquake in Ecuador on April 16, 2016, and relief efforts from Miyamoto International to help rebuild the city's hard-hit infrastructure; a recently opened $100-million-dollar streetcar project in Kansas City; industry news from Trimble, Bentley Systems, Transoft Solutions and Autodesk; a video interview clip about Chicago's famed 150 N. Riverside Building; and more.

OpenBridge Modeler Saves Time, Money throughout Lifecycle

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The V1 Video team interviewed Alexander Mabrich, Senior Engineering Consultant with Bentley Systems, at the 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference, held April 13-15 in Orlando, Fla. He discusses the gap between concept and design in bridge construction, Bentley's OpenBridge Modeler product and how it can help throughout the process, and how a model can continue to be used after construction in maintenance and rehabilitation.

The Challenges and Benefits of Interoperability

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The V1 Video team interviewed Allen Adams, Senior Structural Engineer, RAM Group, Bentley Systems, at the 2016 NASCC: The Steel Conference, held April 13-15 in Orlando, Fla. He discusses the major challenges of interoperability in the infrastructure industry, Bentley Systems' approach to these difficulties, what it looks like when data isn't open to others within an organization, and how Bentley software saves its clients time and money.

Willis Tower: Windy City Challenge

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Wind blowing off Lake Michigan is a common challenge to architects and engineers building in Chicago. Here's how Fazlur Kahn, structural engineer of Willis (Sears) Tower, developed a system capable of distributing the load of the building's 110 stories in the face of even the strongest gusts.

Autodesk and the Future of the Built Environment

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The V1 Video team interviewed Aaron Morris, General Manager of the Reality Solutions Group at Autodesk, at the 2016 SPAR 3D Expo and Conference, held April 11-14 in The Woodlands, Texas. He discusses several new developments at Autodesk, including the company's ReCap products and its new pricing model, new data services to make analysis easier, scan-to-mesh services for asset management, and how reality capture will replace existing methods of asset documentation.

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