The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference

Bentley has shared a preview of what’s in store at The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference. The conference will take place October 10-12 at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre at Marina Bay Sands, a world-class hotel and conference facility, and one of the most iconic buildings in Asia.

 “I have long admired Singapore for its innovative use of technology in the delivery and operation of infrastructure, and now it is leading the world with its BIM Advancements.” – Greg Bentley –

This year’s Industry Forums have an impressive line-up of speakers. Here are a few of the speakers you will enjoy meeting in Singapore:

Motivating Change in the Engineering, Architecture, and Construction Industry
Tai Fatt Cheng, Building Construction Authority of Singapore


Tai Fatt Cheng is responsible for driving BIM/VDC adoption in Singapore. He helped to formulate the BIM roadmap and is tasked to drive the wide adoption of BIM across the industry to improve construction productivity. He was directly involved in the development and implementation of the CORENET e-Submission system in Singapore.


Clash Detection and Infrastructure Digital Project Delivery
Lance Parve, Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Unknown-1Lance Parve serves as National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board BIM-CIM Co-Chair and on the International Intelligent Transportation Construction Group (IITCG) Steering Committee. He is a frequent contributor to technology innovations, standards, and best practices in transportation. At WisDOT, he works on mega transportation projects.


Sanborn HD Maps for Autonomous Driving
Sharad V. Oberoi, PhD, The Sanborn Map Company

Unknown-2Dr. Sharad Oberoi leads Sanborn’s software development, IT, and 3D visualization teams. His expertise is in the design of robotic mobile mapping systems, decision support systems, and the implementation of new technologies to improve end user productivity.


Feedback on the Use of Photogrammetry in Industrial Facilities and Enrichment of Testing, Inspection, and Certification through Digital Modeling
Christophe Bochaton, Bureau Veritas

Unknown-3Christophe Bochaton, as technical manager for Industry in Bureau Veritas Exploitation’s Technical Direction, focuses on adding value to industrial inspection activities, through innovative solutions improving and enriching the deliverables or optimizing inspectors’ performance.


The Exploration and Practice of Transportation BIM Technology in China
Wu Ming-Xian, CCCC First Highway Consultants Co. Ltd.

Unknown-4Dr. Wu Ming-Xian primarily focuses on comprehensive transportation projects including highway, tunnel, and municipal roadway. Dr. Wu has received more than 20 awards, owns three patent items for invention, and has authored many articles published in professional journals of both domestic and abroad.

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