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The addition of Keynetix software “expands Bentley’s geotechnical offerings and accelerates Bentley’s vision of enabling subsurface digital twins for infrastructure projects and assets.” Subsurface digital twins, Bentley noted, “can be vital for assessing and managing risks in infrastructure projects, and to the planning, design, construction and operations of infrastructure assets.”
Bentley also said that the creation and curation of subsurface digital twins involves “modeling the underground environment (geology, hydrology, chemistry and engineering properties, and the underground infrastructure), and utility networks, structures, and tunnels—and then analyzing and simulating the subsurface behavior. Supplementing borehole reports managed by Bentley’s gINT software, Keynetix’s cloud-based geotechnical knowledge management system captures and manages underground environment information for Bentley’s geotechnical analysis applications, PLAXIS and SoilVision.”
HoleBASE SI helps users easily enter, analyze and visualize site investigation data.
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