Bentley User Conference Opens Registration

By Chemical Processing Staff

Mar 01, 2012

Bentley Systems has opened registration for its 2012 “Be Together” user conference, held May 15-17 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. The conference invites all architects, engineers, constructors, geospatial and operations professionals, and CAD managers to attend.
Carrying the theme “Working Smarter, Together,” the interactive learning event gives Bentley users the opportunity to enhance their skills, increase their knowledge of the latest technology, and network with peers, Bentley executives, conference sponsors and exhibitors.

The conference is intended to help attendees gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace through multidisciplinary sessions from 12 conference tracks: Bentley Civil, Bridge, Building, Communications, Plant, Structural, Geospatial, Geotechnical, Utilities, Water, MicroStation, and Engineering Information Management (including ProjectWise and AssetWise).

In addition to keynote addresses by CEO Greg Bentley and senior vice president Bhupinder Singh, the conference features hundreds of learning sessions, including interactive product tours and overviews of Bentley’s product roadmaps; insider software tips, tricks, and techniques; workshops and product test drives; and peer presentations of case studies featuring innovations in software use.

For 2012, the Live Zone exhibit and demonstration area includes the new “Information Mobility” zone, which focuses on the use of Bentley software, i-models, and iWare and iPad apps to advance information mobility with integrity across multidisciplinary design, engineering, construction, and operational workflows.

For additional information about sponsorship or exhibitor opportunities, contact Christine Byrne at or call (203) 805-0432. Those who register for the conference by March 31 receive a reduced early bird rate.

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