MicroStation is the world’s leading information modeling environment explicitly for the architecture, engineering, construction, and operation of all infrastructure types including utility systems, roads and rail, bridges, buildings, communications networks, water and wastewater networks, process plants, mining, and more. MicroStation can be used either as a software application or as a technology platform.
The majority of projects today are designed and documented using computer-aided design (CAD) software. But with shrinking budgets, compressed delivery schedules, and ever-increasing scales and complexity, designers expect more from their design software. MicroStation meets the needs of infrastructure teams across every discipline throughout design, construction, and operations. Ask yourself:
- Can your project team make the best design, construction, and operational decisions without ready access to all of the applicable information available?
- How much time and money does your project team lose due to errors and changes that result from a lack of confidence in project documentation?
- Could your project team design and build better infrastructure if it were able to accurately predict the infrastructure’s real-world performance in advance?
- How much time and money does inadequate interoperability cost your project team as a result of manual re-entry of data, data loss, and error-prone translations?
ProjectWise is the only project collaboration and information software developed explicitly for the design and construction of architecture, engineering, construction, and operations (AECO) of infrastructure projects. ProjectWise provides scalable, industry-proven, advantages in work-sharing, content re-use, and dynamic feedback.
It’s well understood that as much as 40 percent of an engineer’s working day can be spent on looking for and validating specific information and files for use, and in ensuring that the results of the work are properly communicated and distributed. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. For example, how many times have:
- Your teams sent design files that were too large – or which reviewers couldn’t open because of the file format?
- The inherently complex relationships among files in your engineering content been broken, endangering project quality and schedules?
- You struggled to get stakeholder feedback faster and more frequently during design and construction, or perhaps even lost valuable feedback that later resulted in costly change orders?