***The follow workshops are being held during the conference for registered conference delegates. If you register for a workshop but have not registered for the conference your spot may be vacated. Space is limited.***
Bentley will be offering the following workshops. Space is limited to 12 attendees for each session.
Instructed by Jason Harkless
Tuesday 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
This course is an introduction to the OpenRoads ConceptStation software. In this course you will start by learning how to import data for existing conditions, and then how to create conceptual roadway designs that include road corridors and their interactions using intersections, bridges and ramps, with lighting, guardrail and street markings. The course will be taught using the OpenRoads ConceptStation, CONNECT Edition software.
ContextCapture for Civil Design
Instructed by Mike Barkasi
Tuesday: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
In this session, the user will create a Reality Model using Bentley’s ContextCapture and then learn how that data can be leveraged within OpenRoads designer. Students will see how to extract data, and integrate with other data, such as Point Clouds and traditional survey into their design.
Instructed by Dave Burdick
Tuesday: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
This workshop will demonstrate the use of LumenRT to create Virtual Reality road design media outputs including panoramic 360 VR, uploading VR videos to YouTube and creating immersive VR with Oculus Rift headsets. Attendees will experience first-hand how to create and deliver attention-grabbing VR media.
Instructed by JP Gauthier
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
A hands-on workshop where participants will learn how to incorporate design standards into a configured process that automates plan production. Users will learn how to leverage business process workflows, CADD workspaces, and Plotting Standards.
Instructed by Kevin Jackson
Wednesday: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
In this course, you will be creating a Corridor and 3D model for a 2 lane rural road using the latest release of our OpenRoads Designer. You will learn how to create a Corridor, assign template drops, create dynamic cross sections and review the Corridor and 3D model. You will also learn how to use parametric constraints and point controls to vary pavement depths and shoulder widths. This course will also cover how to create and assign superelevation to a Corridor. And lastly, you will learn how to compute quantities from the 3D model.