Bentley goes open source, enabling customers to build their own digital twin solutions with Bentley’s code.
Author Geoff Zeiss
Geoff Zeiss has more than 20 years experience in the geospatial software industry and 15 years experience developing enterprise geospatial solutions for the utilities, communications, and public works industries. His particular interests include the convergence of BIM, CAD, geospatial, and 3D; open source geospatial, and optimizing utility work flows to support smart grid. Currently Geoff is Principal at Between the Poles, a thought leadership consulting firm.
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