Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure dives deep into digital twins Depending on whom you’re speaking with, digital twins are either unfathomably complex and therefore out of reach, self-serving vendor-babble, or a really useful way of thinking about assets and...
If we believe Harvard Business Review (and they usually know what they’re talking about), “the failure rate for mergers and acquisitions (M&A) sits between 70 percent and 90 percent.” [The original article is behind a paywall; go here for a...
In October, at its Year in Infrastructure event, Bentley Systems announced that part of its vision for AEC industry interoperability would go open source. It was a big deal announcement and deserves more than the mention I was able to give it at the time.First, what...
Bentley’s annual extravaganza, the Year in Infrastructure, kicks off today in London — and there are (and will be) many announcements. Rather than dumping them all into one impossibly long post, I’m going to focus on one batch at a time. today,...
Q: What does it take to become a digital business? A1: It’s easy-peasy if you’re a newish company, with a digitally savvy workforce. Make some apps, roll them out to people who are used to doing everything on a tiny screen. Collect lots of data, quickly...
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