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[QGIS 2.x] Etiquetage multi-lignes d'une couche shapefile avec pyQGis

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 16/10/2017 - 22:39
Bonjour,
Je souhaite Ă©tiqueter sur deux lignes une couche shp avec pyQGis.
J'ai réussi à le faire avec un seul champ, mais avec deux champs ou plus (en utilisant concat) ça ne marche plus.
Merci de m'aider Ă  trouver la solution.
Ci-joint, le code que j'ai rédigé:

def labelLine(lyr, champNom1, champNom2):
# Cette fonction montre les etiquettes des champs "champNom1" et "champNom2" pour une couche lyr (couche Ligne)
label = QgsPalLayerSettings()
label.readFromLayer(lyr)
label.enabled = True
# on concate les deux champs
label.fieldName = "concat('BASE:',champNom1,'\\n','L=',champNom2 , 'm')"
label.placement= QgsPalLayerSettings.Line
label.bufferDraw= True
label.bufferSize= 1
label.setDataDefinedProperty(QgsPalLayerSettings.S ize,True,True,'8','')
label.writeToLayer(lyr)
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[QGIS 2.x] Appliquer une projection Ă  un ensemble de couches

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 16/10/2017 - 14:32
Bonjour Ă  tous,

Actuellement (et assez souvent aussi), je travaille sur un projet qui contient entre 20 et 40 couches. J'utilise une projection qui me permet d'utiliser parfois d'anciennes données en même temps que les nouvelles sans trop de casse. Malheureusement, je passe mon temps à réattribuer cette projection choisie pour le projet et pour les différentes couches vectorielles et raster. Chaque fois que j'importe une couche, après redémarrage du logiciel, après création d'une nouvelle couche etc. Je pensais qu'il était possible de sélectionner l'ensemble de mes couches et de leur attribuer la bonne projection. Mais je n'ai pas encore trouvé comment faire. Est-ce que quelqu'un saurait comment faire une telle manipulation ?

Sinon, au pire, si vraiment il n'y avait pas d'autre moyen que de vérifier en permanence les propriétés d'une couche après l'autre, existe-t-il un moyen pour verrouiller une projection de sorte que la couche varie pas en cours de travail ou après rechargement dans le projet ?

Ib.
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Bentley Systems Announces Winners of 2017 Be Inspired Awards

bentley.com - 16/10/2017 - 02:00

SINGAPORE – The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference – Bentley Systems, Incorporated, a leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing infrastructure, today announced the winners of the 2017 Be Inspired Awards. The annual awards program honors the extraordinary work of Bentley users advancing the world’s infrastructure. At a ceremony and gala at their Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference, Bentley acknowledged 17 Be Inspired Awards winners and six Special Recognition Awards winners.

The Year in Infrastructure Conference is Bentley’s annual global gathering of leading professionals in the world of infrastructure design, construction, and operations. In addition to thought-provoking keynotes, technology demonstrations, industry forums, and panel discussions, the agenda included presentations by finalists in the Be Inspired Awards program, culminating in the selection of the winning projects.

This year, 10 independent panels of jurors, comprising distinguished industry experts, selected the Be Inspired Awards winners from 51 project finalists. These finalists were chosen from more than 400 submissions by organizations in over 50 countries.

Projects receiving Bentley’s Be Inspired Special Recognition Awards are uniquely innovative and demonstrate visionary achievements that transcend the narrower focus of the standing Be Inspired Awards categories. These projects were reviewed by a panel of Bentley executives, who evaluated them based on the criteria established for each award.

The Be Inspired Special Recognition Awards winners for 2017 are as follows:
Asset Information Management Advancement
Oregon Department of Transportation – TransInfo —A Connected Data Environment for Transportation – Salem, Oregon, United States

Comprehensive BIM Advancement
Guangdong Hydropower Planning & Design Institute – Guangdong Pearl River Delta Water Resources Allocation Project – Guangdong Province, China

Conceptioneering Advancement
HNTB Corporation – I-94 Modernization Project – Detroit, Michigan, United States

Constructioneering Advancement
China Construction Sixth Engineering Division, Tianjin University of Technology, and Tianjin Tianhe-Cloud Building Engineering Technology Co., Ltd. – Sanya New Airport Reclamation Project – Sanya, Hainan, China

Inspectioneering Advancement
SEIKEY Enterprise Drone Solutions – Cell Tower Inspections 4G and 5G – Caronno Pertusella, Varese, Italy

Operationeering Advancement
Outotec – Design for Reliability Project in Counter Current Decantation (CCD) – Helsinki, Finland

The Be Inspired Awards winners for 2017 are as follows:
BIM Advancements in Bridges
Long Jian Road & Bridge Co., Ltd. – Heihe-Blagoveshchensk Heilongjiang River (Amur River) Road Bridge Project – Heihe City, Heilongjiang Province, China

BIM Advancements in Buildings and Campuses
Morphosis – Bloomberg Center Project – New York, New York, United States

BIM Advancements in Construction
Leighton Asia – Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities, Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge – Hong Kong

BIM Advancements in Environmental Engineering
NJS Engineers India Pvt. Ltd. – JICA Assisted Ganga Action Plan II – Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

BIM Advancements in Manufacturing
Satria Technologies Sdn. Bhd. – Sustainable Solutions for Control & Protection Systems – Klang, Selangor, Malaysia

BIM Advancements in Mining and Offshore Engineering
Offshore Oil Engineering Company Limited – Field Jacket Design and Development of ‘Fixed Offshore Structure Design Tool’ – Tianjin, China

BIM Advancements in Municipal Operations
Huadong Engineering Corporation Limited, PowerChina – Application of BIM Strategy for Shenzhen Qianhai Municipal Infrastructure – Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province, China

BIM Advancements in Power Generation
China Water Resource Pearl River Planning Surveying & Designing Co., Ltd. – Wugachong Reservoir Project in Pu’an County of Guizhou Province – Pu'an County, Qianxinan Buyei and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, Guizhou Province, China

BIM Advancements in Project Delivery
Mott MacDonald and the Costain, VINCI Construction Grands Projets, Bachy Soletanche Joint Venture – East Section of the Thames Tideway Tunnel – London, England, United Kingdom

BIM Advancements in Rail and Transit
Mass Rapid Transit Corporation Sdn. Bhd. – Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit Project - Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya Line – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

BIM Advancements in Reality Modeling
CEDD-AECOM- The Earth Solutions – Development of Anderson Road Quarry Site – Hong Kong

BIM Advancements in Roads
CCCC First Highway Consultants, Co., Ltd. – Application of BIM Strategy on the of Transformation of Meiguan Expressway to Urban Road Design Project – Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province, China

BIM Advancements in Road and Rail Asset Performance
Highways England – Network Occupancy Management System (NOMS) – Strategic Road Network, England, United Kingdom

BIM Advancements in Utilities and Industrial Asset Performance
BP – Khazzan Central Information Store – Khazzan Field, Block 61, Ad Dhahirah Governorate, Oman

BIM Advancements in Utilities Transmission and Distribution
Pestech International Berhad – Automation and Integration of Substation Design Project – Kratie and Kampong Cham, Cambodia

BIM Advancements in Water and Wastewater Plants
Beijing Institute of Water – Tongzhou Water Works of Beijing South-to-North Water Diversion Project – Beijing, China

BIM Advancements in Water Networks
AEGEA – AEGEA Prolagos Sewerage Master Plan 2041 – Região dos Lagos, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Bentley Systems has posted highlights of this year’s winning projects on its website. Detailed descriptions of all nominated projects in the print and digital versions of its 2017 Infrastructure Yearbook,which will be published in early 2018. To review the past editions of this publication, which together feature more than 3,200 world-class projects recognized in the Be Inspired Awards program since 2004, access Bentley’s Infrastructure Yearbooks.

About the Be Inspired AwardsProgramand The Year in Infrastructure Conference
Since 2004, the Be Inspired Awards program has showcased excellence and innovation in the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure projects around the world. The Be Inspired Awards program is unique – the only competition of its kind that is global in scope and comprehensive in categories covered, encompassing all types of infrastructure projects. In the awards program, which is open to all users of Bentley software, independent panels of industry experts select finalists for each category. For additional information, visit www.bentley.com/BeInspired.

Follow us on Twitter @bentleysystems and follow the news about this event using these hashtags: #YII2017 and #GoingDigital. Like Bentley Systems on Facebook: http://facebook.com/bentleysystems, and follow us on LinkedIn.

Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure Conference features a series of presentations and interactive workshops exploring the intersection of technology and business drivers, and how they are shaping the future of infrastructure project delivery and asset performance.

This year’s conference included:

  • The Buildings and Campuses Forum
  • The Digital Cities Forum
  • The Industrial Forum
  • The Rail and Transit Forum
  • The Roads and Bridges Forum
  • The Utilities and Water Forum
  • Alliance Partner Pavilion and Sessions
  • The Project Delivery Summit (by invitation only)
  • The Infrastructure Asset Performance Summit (by invitation only)
  • The CIO Summit (by invitation only)
  • Pre-conference Learning Academies (BIM Advancement, Construction, and Reality Modeling)
  • The Be Inspired Awards Ceremony

The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference Sponsors

  • Platinum: Microsoft
  • Gold: ARC Advisory Group, BNP Media, Engineering News-Record, Informed Infrastructure, New Civil Engineer, PennEnergy, Reliabilityweb.com, SPAR 3D, Water & Wastewater International

See more details and complete list of sponsors, including Silver level.

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is a global leader in providing architects, engineers, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive software solutions for advancingthe design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley users leverage information mobility across disciplines and throughout the infrastructure lifecycle to deliver better-performing projects and assets. Bentley solutions encompass MicroStation applications for information modeling, ProjectWise collaboration services to deliver integrated projects, and AssetWise operations services to achieve intelligent infrastructure – complemented by managed services offered through customized Success Plans.

Founded in 1984, Bentley has more than 3,000 colleagues in over 50 countries, more than $600 million in annual revenues, and since 2011 has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.

Additional information about Bentley is available at www.bentley.com. For Bentley news as it happens, subscribe to an RSS feed of Bentley press releases and news alerts. Visit The Year in Infrastructure Conference website for highlights of Bentley’s premier thought-leadership event. To view a searchable collection of innovative infrastructure projects from the annual Be Inspired Awards, access Bentley’s Infrastructure Yearbooks. To access a professional networking site that enables members of the infrastructure community to connect, communicate, and learn from each other, visit Bentley Communities.

To download the Bentley Infrastructure 500 Top Owners ranking, a unique global compendium of the top public- and private-sector owners of infrastructure based on the value of their cumulative infrastructure investments, visit BI 500.

# # #

Bentley, the “B” Bentley logo, Be, AssetWise, MicroStation, and ProjectWise are either registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly owned subsidiaries. All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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[QGIS 2.x] Déplacer des entités

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 15/10/2017 - 17:05
Bonjour Ă  tous,

Je ne trouve pas la commande ou l'extension pour déplacer une sélection d'entités. Il y a bien le bouton situé à gauche de l'Outil de noeud, mais il ne permet que le déplacement manuel. Existe-t-il un outil qui permettrait d'indiquer à Qgis qu'il faut déplacer ou copier la sélection de x mètres, suivant une direction particulière ?

Par exemple, ici, j'ai une polyligne que j'aimerais positionner à 15 m de sa position initiale, avec un angle de -39,38° (le zéro étant dirigé vers le nord).

J'ai fait quelques tentatives avec les outils standards mais pour l'instant je n'ai pas de résultat.
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[Stage] recherche d'un stage de projet de fin d'Ă©tude (PFE)

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 15/10/2017 - 01:34
Actuellement étudiant en 3 éme année ingénierie en géomatique et topographe au sein de l'école supérieure de l'aéronautique et de technologie en Tunisie, je suis à la recherche d'une société qui pourrait me permettre d'effectuer mon stage de fin d'études d'une durée de 4 a 6 mois à partir de février ou mars de l'année 2018.
mail: nourallahbensalah@gmail.com Fichiers attachés
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[SIG] Création d'un plan thématique avec des fenêtres

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 14/10/2017 - 15:31
Bonjour !

J'aimerais monter un petit projet personnel, c'est pourquoi je me tourne vers vous pour avoir des conseils de méthodes et applications.

J'aimerais à partir d'une base de données carto géoréférencée (comme OpenStreetMap), utiliser le plan d'une ville de manière à y insérer des ponctuels, qui feraient ouvrir (en cliquant dessus) une petite fenêtre dans laquelle je voudrais y insérer des éléments (photos raster et texte). A la manière de GoogleMaps (voir photo ci-dessous).



1 - Comment géoréférencer au préalable les photos raster ? sachant que je sais les situer chaque une sur un plan.
2 - Comment créer les fenêtres en lien avec les ponctuels comme j'ai expliqué ci-dessus?

Possible de faire ça sur un logiciel SIG ? (je suis débutant sur QGIS et Geoconcept).

Merci.
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[ArcGIS 10.x] Des photos n apparaissent pas dans l'orthophotographie

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 14/10/2017 - 03:07
Bonjour,
Je cree mes ortho-images a l aide de Drone2Map. J'ai fait des prises photos aeriennes avec le phantom 4Pro le week end dernier. Les photos sont de bonnes qualites. Lorsque je les importe sur Drone2Map, il n'y a pas de problemes, l'overlap (frontal et lateral) est correct. Cependant apres traitement j'ai un trou dans mon ortho-image. Je ne comprends pas pourquoi.

Avez-vous une idee de la cause et comment la corriger ?

Merci
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[QGIS 2.x] Problème avec le géo-référencement

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 13/10/2017 - 12:06
Bonjour,

Je vous soumet une bizarrerie concernant le géo-référencement avec la dernière version, bizarrerie que je n'ai jamais connue avec les versions précédentes :
Après avoir créé mes points, je coche la case "Charger dans QGIS quand terminé" et .... la couche raster ne se charge pas !
Pire encore, elle semble n'avoir été enregistrée nulle part donc si je souhaite ajouter cette couche raster et que je parcours jusqu'à l'endroit où je suis censé l'avoir enregistrée, elle n'y est pas présente :taistoi:
PS: Je joins la copie d'écran contenant les paramètres de transformation.
Si vous pouviez me dire ce qui se passe, je suis preneur....Sans titre QGIS.jpg D'avance, merci. Images attachées
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[QGIS 2.x] Problème d'affichage des étiquettes avec le plugin CADASTRE

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 12/10/2017 - 13:49
J'ai toujours eu des soucis avec le plugin cadastre sous Windows (soucis qui allaitent nettement mieux sous OSX ou Ubuntu).
Sous QGis 2.18.13 et avec le plugin cadastre 1.4.1 et que ce soit suite à l'import dans un spatialite ou un postgresql j'obtiens le même résultat.

C'est à dire que je n'ai aucun affichage des étiquettes (numéro/noms).

J'ai utilisé des données toutes récentes dont voici le lien :
https://cadastre.data.gouv.fr/data/d...00AB01.tar.bz2

Je suis sous Windows 10 64bits et quelque soit le niveau de zoom, aucune Ă©tiquette ne s'affiche. Help ?! :confused:
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[ArcGIS 10.x] Extraction de valeurs / plusieurs fichiers dbf

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 11/10/2017 - 18:42
Bonjour,

Je possede des tables au format .dbf qui ont le même champ unique. Dans ces tables qui ont la meme structure il y a 2 champs numeriques champ 1 / champ2. Je souhaiterai faire une requete pour extraire la valeurs max du champ1 de chaque identifiant unique (il faudrait donc parcourir l integralité des .dbf pour retenir que la valeur max) et récuperer la valeurs du deuxieme champ qui l'accompagne.


Merci du coup de main
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Going Digital: Bentley Completes Rollout of its CONNECT Edition Application Portfolio, Fully Enabling a Comprehensive Modeling Environment for Infrastructure

bentley.com - 11/10/2017 - 02:00

Highlights BIM Advancements in Interdisciplinary Digital Workflows
for Roads, Rail, Water, and Airports at The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference

SINGAPORE — The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference — Bentley Systems, Incorporated, a leading global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing infrastructure, today announced the completion of its CONNECT Edition application portfolio for design, analytical, construction, and asset performance modeling of infrastructure. The CONNECT Edition’s comprehensive modeling environment supports aligned digital workflows across applications for all project delivery disciplines, directly meeting the challenges presented from the most demanding infrastructure projects.  

At Bentley’s The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference, held this year in Singapore, the Bentley product keynote presentation showcased digital workflows for digital cities newly enabled by the full CONNECT Edition application portfolio. Featured were four interdisciplinary vignettes on the design, construction, and operation of road, rail, water and wastewater, and airport infrastructure. These project vignettes illustrated the intersection and interdependence of civil, utility, building, and plant applications, and the digital workflow collaboration between interdisciplinary teams made possible by the CONNECT Edition portfolio, to deliver complex and multi-faceted projects.

Roads
Dustin Parkman, vice president, civil and reality modeling, presented CONNECT Edition digital workflows for a road project, from its conception through construction. He began by bringing engineering-ready digital context into OpenRoads ConceptStation, starting with highly precise reality meshes of the underlying terrain prepared using ContextCapture and streamed into the application through ContextShare. He then brought in orthophotos, digital surface models, and point clouds to use in combination with detailed surveying data. With this digital context, he rapidly created an interactively costed conceptual design. Then, moving to OpenRoads Designer for detailed design, he incorporated the digital context and geometry from the conceptual design, along with the bridge designed in OpenBridge Modeler CONNECT Edition and the geotechnical data for the substrata along the bridge footings and piles. He was then able to analyze the actual segmental bridge elements, ensuring form, function and structural integrity as he designed the roadways and other structures. Mr. Parkman then demonstrated a digital workflow for construction, through federation of ProjectWise CONNECT Edition and Topcon’s Magnet Enterprise cloud services, showing the OpenRoads design driving an autonomous paving machine. He concluded by showing Topcon drones capturing imagery of the completed highway, bringing that data via Topcon’s MAGNET Enterprise through ContextCapture Cloud Processing Serviceto create an as-constructed reality mesh for use in the new AssetWise road network management, maintenance, and inspection workflows.

 Rail
Jeremy Shaffer, vice president rail solutions, announced Bentley’s new OpenRail solution, taking a rail project from planning through performance. He emphasized the importance of progressive assurance of operational requirements at the project outset, and of systems engineering as the framework for digital workflows for project delivery of complex rail systems. Mr. Shaffer began with conceptional design, bringing ContextCapture created digital context into OpenRail ConceptStation and leveraging digital components from Components Center to interactively design a section of track. Then he used AECOsim Station Designer to design a complex, multi-faceted rail station. The station was seamlessly coordinated with the detailed civil design, created with OpenRail Designer, to provide a view of the overall scheme and an optimal blend of form and function.  Platform, facilities and road and parking changes were performed in parallel with bridge, tunnel, track, electrification, and signaling design, all taking advantage of the CONNECT Edition’s comprehensive modeling environment, to ensure delivery of a fully functional station. Mr. Shaffer then introduced Navigator Web, first exploring in a zero-footprint browser a large 3D model of the designed station and track for design and construction review, and then later interactively examining the 3D model for an operational inspection. He concluded by reviewing the new ConstructSim Completions cloud service for commissioning and mechanical handover, underscoring the importance of delivering the digital engineering models and digital context of the railroad for operational use in AssetWise.   

Water and Wastewater
Robert Mankowski, vice president, asset performance, began his session using the CONNECT Editions of WaterGEMS and SewerGEMS to simulate the behavior of a water distribution network and a wastewater collection system to show how engineers can rapidly evaluate thousands of planning scenarios to identify optimal improvements to meet the future needs of the city. Focusing next on treatment plants, Mr. Mankowski introduced OpenPlant Modeler CONNECT Edition, which leverages digital components from Components Center for multi-discipline digital workflows, and used Navigator Web to interactively query a large and complex 3D OpenPlant model with just a web browser. He then demonstrated new AssetWise capabilities purpose built for water and wastewater operators to capture asset activities or interventions, including CCTV condition surveys, sanitary sewer overflows, pipe cleaning, and more. Owners can use this data combined with spatial and network analytics to make analytically and data-driven decisions for more targeted and optimized OPEX and CAPEX spending. He also announced that AssetWise now leverages machine learning services from Microsoft Azure to help owners find structure in their data, identify anomalous behavior, and predict future outcomes based on past performance. Finally, he showed how real-time sensor data combined with simulation models that will help operators forecast future system behavior to improve decision making and reduce costs.

Airports
The vignette on airports was presented by Andy Smith, Director Product Management, Design Modeling. Mr. Smith explained how the CONNECT Edition’s multi-discipline digital workflows are ideally suited to resolve land use, engineer the airfield, design the terminal, and support facility operations. Mr. Smith began by bringing in engineering-ready digital context of existing site and building conditions using ContextCapture. He created master and land use plans for the airport, demonstrating Bentley Map CONNECT Edition’s ability to combine GIS and BIM data. He then used OpenRoads Designer for detailed engineering of the runways and storm water management. Turning to the terminal itself, he used AECOsim Building Designer CONNECT Edition’s GenerativeComponents to explore innovative and unique building forms, the chosen structure then physically modeled and analyzed using STAAD CONNECT Edition. Design review was conducted with Navigator Web, where Mr. Smith interactively explored large complex models in a browser. The final design was then brought to life with stunning realism, using AECOsim Building Designer and its now included LumenRT functionality.

Bhupinder Singh, Bentley Systems’ chief product officer said, “Going digital is exemplified by aligned interdisciplinary digital workflows. Complex projects such as airports or railways require detailed coordination, particularly between horizontal and vertical infrastructure. The alignment of track, for example, has direct bearing on the design and structure of a rail station. The CONNECT Edition's applications meet these requirements, as we illustrated in the vignettes presented today.”

When upgrading from V8i versions to CONNECT Edition applications, users face no change in file formats. And thereafter, as CONNECT Edition applications are auto-updated, BIM advancements are continuous and never disruptive.

“We are excited to now offer the full portfolio of CONNECT Edition applications and to provide a connected data environment scalable to even the most complex of projects. By adopting the CONNECT Edition now, users can immediately take advantage of digital context, digital components, and digital workflows across the infrastructure lifecycle for on-time project delivery and better performing assets,” Mr. Singh said.

Update on Bentley Application Support Policies
With the scheduled availability of its full CONNECT Edition application portfolio, Bentley Systems’ technical support for pre-V8i versions of applications will end on January 1, 2019. The V8i generation of applications was introduced in 2008.

Users can be assured that Bentley Systems’ technical support, and support in ProjectWise, for V8i versions of applications will continue until January 1, 2021.

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is a global leader in providing engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive software solutions for advancingthe design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley users leverage information mobility across disciplines and throughout the infrastructure lifecycle to deliver better-performing projects and assets. Bentley solutions encompass MicroStation applications for information modeling, ProjectWise collaboration services to deliver integrated projects, and AssetWise operations services to achieve intelligent infrastructure – complemented by managed services offered through customized Success Plans.

Founded in 1984, Bentley has more than 3,000 colleagues in over 50 countries, more than $600 million in annual revenues, and since 2011 has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.

Additional information about Bentley is available at www.bentley.com. For Bentley news as it happens, subscribe to an RSS feed of Bentley press releases and news alerts. Visit The Year in Infrastructure Conference website for highlights of Bentley’s premier thought-leadership event. To view a searchable collection of innovative infrastructure projects from the annual Be Inspired Awards, access Bentley’s Infrastructure Yearbooks. To access a professional networking site that enables members of the infrastructure community to connect, communicate, and learn from each other, visit Bentley Communities.

To download the Bentley Infrastructure 500 Top Owners ranking, a unique global compendium of the top public- and private-sector owners of infrastructure based on the value of their cumulative infrastructure investments, visit BI 500.

About The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference
Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference is a global gathering of leading executives in the world of infrastructure design, construction, and operations. The conference features a series of forums, presentations, technology demonstrations, and interactive workshops exploring the intersection of technology and business drivers, and how they are shaping the future of infrastructure project delivery and asset performance. For more on the conference, visit www.bentley.com/yii2017.

The Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference will be held in London, 16-18 October.

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Bentley, the “B” Bentley logo, Be, AECOsim Building Designer, AssetWise, ConstructSim, ContextCapture, GenerativeComponents, LumenRT, MicroStation, Navigator Web, OpenBridge Modeler, OpenPlant, OpenRail, OpenRoads, ProjectWise CONNECT Edition, SewerGEMS, STAAD, and WaterGEMS are either registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly owned subsidiaries. All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

 

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Going Digital: Bentley Announces iModel 2.0 Cloud Platform and Its iModelHub Cloud Service – Automating Change Synchronization, Digital Alignment, and Immersive Visibility

bentley.com - 11/10/2017 - 02:00

Seamlessly Overlays Current BIM Processes, Augmenting ProjectWise Design Integration to Enable Digital Workflows for Connected Projects and Connected Assets

SINGAPORE — The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference — Today, Bentley Systems’ founder Keith Bentley introduced the company’s “iModel 2.0” cloud platform and its first new service, iModelHub, to accelerate “going digital” for users of its ProjectWise Design Integration services. Without requiring changes to existing BIM applications or processes, the iModelHub cloud service, invoking application-specific “iModel bridges” triggered automatically by ProjectWise:

  • synchronizes and distributes changes made through discipline-specific BIM applications;
  • aligns semantically and physically their constituent digital components; and           
  • maintains immersive visibility for comprehensive and continuous design reviews across all project disciplines and participants. 

Change Synchronization
The ProjectWise Design Integration service is relied upon as the “workhorse for work sharing” by 43 of the ENR Top 50 Design Firms. It manages the file-based workflows for project delivery which correspond to contractual roles and which acknowledge the asynchronous and often disconnected nature of infrastructure project work packaging and collaboration. Adding iModelHub takes advantage of Microsoft Azure cloud services to fully enable a connected project – synchronizing all checked-in project changes, and automatically updating a composite project iModel for comprehensive and continuous design reviews, highlighting progress and risks in digital workflows across disciplines.

iModelHub journals all project changes on a timeline, and notifies project participants, based on their ProjectWise workflow configuration, about the availability of relevant changes.  Participants can choose to synchronize (or not) to and from particular timeline milestones, and can visualize, summarize, analyze, and interpret the impact of ongoing changes.

To fully enable analytics across multiple projects, and for connected assets, “iModel agents” can be programmed for each analytics subject, to be notified of project-level changes by iModelHub, and to filter appropriately for efficient incremental updates to enterprise “data lakes,” assuring secure accessibility of current infrastructure engineering model data for compliance and safety.

Digital Alignment
Bentley’s widely-utilized i-model (“1.0”) containers for BIM deliverables makes their native structures usefully self-describing in their own right, but that approach was not intended for aggregation and understanding across disciplines.  iModel (“2.0”) advancement relies upon the iModelHub cloud service, and iModel Bridges, to achieve maximum possible digital alignment across iModels.

An iModel Bridge aligns information from an application’s native format into the iModelHub‘s  registry of semantics, structure, units, and coordinates. Bentley Systems is providing iModel Bridge programs for its applications and for other common BIM applications, such as Autodesk REVIT, and will provide an API for the creation of bridges from other applications.  

Immersive Visibility, Anywhere
By adding change synchronization and digital alignment to the connected data environment shared across ProjectWise and Bentley’s AssetWise operations services, iModelHub increases the value of digital workflows within and between connected projects, connected assets, and enterprise data lakes. By distributing and synchronizing copies of iModels anywhere, the iModel 2.0 cloud platform is designed to support massive scale-out for reliable, ubiquitous, and asynchronous project visibility. For example, Bentley’s new Navigator Web enables any authorized user on any modern browser to access project and asset digital component information securely through intuitive 3D immersion. Immersive visibility includes alignment of BIM models and digital components within their digital context of engineering-ready reality meshes, created by Bentley’s ContextCapture reality modeling software, for instance from continuous UAV surveying.

For the first time, project delivery and work packaging can reliably and accountably “industrialize” BIM, supported by the necessary tracking and management of constant change through design and construction workflows, and immersive design review visibility into ongoing project and site status. And for the first time, this fully connected data environment can enable digital engineering models to serve as the digital DNA for infrastructure asset performance modeling, connected to operational technology inputs and enterprise data lakes through Bentley’s market-leading AssetWise reliability services and operational analytics.

Keith Bentley’s Perspective
Keith Bentley said, “With our ‘iModel 2.0’ cloud platform, I foresee an accelerating ecosystem of innovation for true digital workflows around infrastructure assets.  To get there, our first priority has been to make possible substantial improvements in infrastructure project delivery and asset performance outcomes, without needing to change current BIM workflows. iModelHub cloud services provide the solution for many infrastructure engineering challenges where BIM modeling has created the potential for advancement, but where information misalignment has limited its value.  Indeed, we have engineered the iModel 2.0 cloud platform to instill digital alignment, change-based accountability and synchronization, and immersive visibility as its core tenants. The best news is that ProjectWise Design Integration users can set up their iModel Bridges to connect to iModelHub without retraining users or changing their existing applications or work processes - and without introducing any risk to their projects. If nothing else, the value of change-based visualization through Navigator Web will prove so indispensable, I predict most organizations will never want to do another project without it.

I would like to personally invite early-adopter organizations to put us and iModelHub to work in your going digital!”

For more about the iModel 2.0 cloud platform and iModelHub cloud service, read the white paper.

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is a global leader in providing engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley users leverage information mobility across disciplines and throughout the infrastructure lifecycle to deliver better-performing projects and assets. Bentley solutions encompass MicroStation applications for information modeling, ProjectWise collaboration services to deliver integrated projects, and AssetWise operations services to achieve intelligent infrastructure – complemented by comprehensive managed services offered through customized Success Plans. 
Founded in 1984, Bentley has more than 3,000 colleagues in over 50 countries, more than $600 million in annual revenues, and since 2011 has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.

Additional information about Bentley is available at www.bentley.com. For Bentley news as it happens, subscribe to an RSS feed of Bentley press releases and news alerts. Visit The Year in Infrastructure Conference website for information on Bentley’s premier thought-leadership event. To view a searchable collection of innovative infrastructure projects from the annual Be Inspired Awards, access Bentley’s Infrastructure Yearbooks. To access a professional networking site that enables members of the infrastructure community to connect, communicate, and learn from each other, visit Bentley Communities.

To download the Bentley Infrastructure 500 Top Owners ranking, a unique global compendium of the top public- and private-sector owners of infrastructure based on the value of their cumulative infrastructure investments, visit BI 500.

# # #

Bentley, the “B” Bentley logo, AssetWise, ContextCapture, MicroStation, Navigator Web, and ProjectWise are either registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly owned subsidiaries. All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

 

Catégories: Géomatique, On en parle

[PostGIS] Tracer une bissectrice

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 10/10/2017 - 17:06
Bonjour,

Je cherche Ă  tracer des bissectrices via postgis.
J'ai utilisé le code ci-après, qui me permet de récupérer des informations quant à l'angle formé à la jointure de deux segments.


Code: -- 3.- Create segments from points and calculate azimuth for each line.
--    two calls of generate_series for a single function wont work (azimuth).

select
id,       
name,       
polygon_num,     
point_order as vertex,       

--       

case when point_order = 1         
  then last_value(ST_Astext(ST_Makeline(sp,ep))) over (partition by id, polygon_num)         
  else lag(ST_Astext(ST_Makeline(sp,ep)),1) over (partition by id, polygon_num order by point_order)       
end ||' - '||ST_Astext(ST_Makeline(sp,ep)) as lines,     
 
--       

abs(abs(       
  case when point_order = 1         
    then last_value(degrees(ST_Azimuth(sp,ep))) over (partition by id, polygon_num)         
    else lag(degrees(ST_Azimuth(sp,ep)),1) over (partition by id, polygon_num order by point_order)       
  end - degrees(ST_Azimuth(sp,ep))) -180 ) as ang
from (-- 2.- extract the endpoints for every 2-point line segment for each linestring     
        --    Group polygons from multipolygon     

select
id,             
name,             
coalesce(path[1],0) as polygon_num,             
generate_series(1, ST_Npoints(geom)-1) as point_order,             
ST_Pointn(geom, generate_series(1, ST_Npoints(geom)-1)) as sp,             
ST_Pointn(geom, generate_series(2, ST_Npoints(geom)  )) as ep     

from (
    -- 1.- Extract the individual linestrings and the Polygon number for later identification             

select
id,                   
name,                   
(ST_Dump(ST_Boundary(the_geom))).geom as geom,                   
(ST_Dump(ST_Boundary(the_geom))).path as path

-- To identify the polygon             

from poly_and_multipoly ) as pointlist ) as segments; Source : https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...-multipolygons

Ensuite je récupère une couche comprenant l'angle et les coordonnées des sommets à partir de la sélection précédente.

Maintenant, j'aimerais trouver le moyen de tracer une ligne qui coupe cet angle en deux parties égales (bissectrice) sur une distance définie et dans la bonne orientation. De ce que je comprends, il faut désormais que je fasse un calcul vectoriel pour récupérer les coordonnées d'un point X'Y' que je pourrai relier au point XY pour tracer la bissectrice mais je dois faire une erreur dans mon code :

Code: CREATE TABLE public.test_sommets_prime
AS SELECT
idu,
x+distance*sin(ang/2) as xp,
y+distance*cos(ang/2) as yp,
idu_ilot,
vertex,
ang
FROM public.test_sommets_principaux Mais le résultat n'est pas probant. Auriez-vous une aide à m'apporter svp ?

Catégories: Géomatique, On en parle

[QGIS 2.x] Plugin cadastre - erreur encodage recherche parcelle

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 10/10/2017 - 11:33
Salut Ă  tous !
Avec les outils de recherche et plus précisément la recherche de lieux du plugin Cadastre, je peux choisir la section mais à ce moment j'ai un message d'erreur et je ne peux pas choisir la parcelle. Pour info, j'ai pas eu de problème à l'import ni au chargement des données, et le plugin marche très bien pour un autre département. J'ai l'impression que c'est un problème de caractère spécial dans les données, mais je ne trouve rien, d'autant que le plugin gère apparemment les problèmes d'encodage...
Si quelqu'un a une idée...
Merci !

Le message d'erreur :

Une erreur est survenue lors de l'éxécution du code Python:

UnicodeEncodeError: 'ascii' codec can't encode character u'\xab' in position 20: ordinal not in range(128)
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "C:/Users/xx/.qgis2/python/plugins\cadastre\cadastre_dialogs.py", line 1887, in onNonSearchItemChoose
self.setupSearchCombobox(ckey, filterExpression, 'sql')
File "C:/Users/xx/.qgis2/python/plugins\cadastre\cadastre_dialogs.py", line 1570, in setupSearchCombobox
self.searchComboBoxes[combo]['orderBy']
File "C:/Users/xx/.qgis2/python/plugins\cadastre\cadastre_dialogs.py", line 1661, in getFeaturesFromSqlQuery
[header, data, rowCount, ok] = cadastre_common.fetchDataFromSqlQuery(connector, sql)
File "C:/Users/xx/.qgis2/python/plugins\cadastre\cadastre_dialogs.py", line 480, in fetchDataFromSqlQuery
print e.msg
UnicodeEncodeError: 'ascii' codec can't encode character u'\xab' in position 20: ordinal not in range(128)


Version de Python : 2.7.5 (default, May 15 2013, 22:44:16) [MSC v.1500 64 bit (AMD64)]
Version de QGIS : 2.18.9 Las Palmas, 3a16a4e
Catégories: Géomatique, On en parle

[QGIS 2.x] Création d'entités en fonction de la légende

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 10/10/2017 - 10:07
Bonjour Ă  tous,

Je me demandais s'il existait une manière simple (sans programmation) de créer une entité dans une couche, en fonction de la légende affectée à cette couche sous QGIS. Plus précisément, est-il possible de créer une entité avec l'un des champs rempli automatiquement, sur la base de la légende ?

Par exemple, si j'ai une shape de polylignes, légendée selon un champ "Type" dans lequel j'ai "Réseau d'eaux usées" et "Réseau d'eaux pluviales", est-il possible de créer des entités directement renseignées "Réseau d'eaux usées" ou "Réseau d'eaux pluviales" ?

Je maîtrise bien mieux ArcGIS et il est possible de le faire sous le logiciel d'ESRI, je serais étonné que QGIS ne le permette pas. Je pense être passé à côté de quelque chose.

Merci d'avance Ă  tous !

Etienne
Catégories: Géomatique, On en parle

Going Digital: Bentley Systems’ New OpenRail is First to Advance BIM for the Full Rail and Transit Lifecycle – Systems Engineering from Planning Through Performance

bentley.com - 10/10/2017 - 02:00

Through connected data environment (CDE), digital components and digital context converge for digital workflow benefits for rail infrastructure

SINGAPORE – The Year in Infrastructure Conference – Today, Bentley Systems’ CEO Greg Bentley introduced the OpenRail solution, comprising applications and services for the comprehensive planning, engineering, project delivery, and operations of rail and transit infrastructure. OpenRail’s foundation is Bentley’s connected data environment (CDE), shared by ProjectWise collaboration services and AssetWise operations services, and which for OpenRail nowbrings together digital components and digital context, through digital workflows. OpenRail applications will include OpenRail ConceptStation, now available for conceptual railway planning and design; OpenRail Designer, for detailed engineering and 3D design of track, overhead line, tunnels, bridges, and related civil infrastructure, and AECOsim Station Designer, for the comprehensive modeling of rail and transit stations, each available early in 2018.

Mr. Bentley said, “Bentley Systems has a proven record in providing industry-leading solutions to improve project delivery and asset performance for the most challenging rail and transit projects around the world. Most of our portfolio applications are used on rail projects, and we’ve advanced BIM for rail, in particular, with our Rail Track offering, rail corridor maintenance optimization through Optram, and via ComplyPro railway requirements compliance progressive assurance. However, the conception of these specific tools for specific purposes preceded the aspiration for what we now call digital workflows, where engineering deliverables are meant to be reused throughout the asset lifecycle.

“Moreover, our railway engineer users have been persuasive in making the case that a railway—more so than any other infrastructure asset—is a system of connected components, meriting a systems engineering approach from the outset. So, rail has become our company priority for putting everything together—industrializing BIM for project delivery and leveraging digital DNA for asset performance. At this point, while there are still scheduled stops ahead on our OpenRail application journey, every rail project and asset can benefit now from OpenRail’s CDE and digital workflow services—starting their digital railway infrastructure advancement at any OpenRail ‘station’ and at any time.”

Connected Data Environment
OpenRail is based on a connected data environment, comprising the shared services of ProjectWise and AssetWise, as configured specifically for rail systems engineering workflows.During project delivery, ProjectWise facilitates the collaboration among distributed engineering teams, coordination of structured workflows, and connected project visibility. For OpenRail, AssetWise provides asset lifecycle information services for linear, network and geospatial referencing, corridor maintenance decision support, inspection workflows, and reliability and change management.

OpenRail CDE services include Components Center for digital components, ContextShare for digital context, ComplyPro for progressive assurance, and ConstructSim Systems Completions for accessing operational readiness. ComplyPro is the established market leader in rail globally for governance of collaborative assurance systems of technical and safety requirements from concept to project handover. OpenRail extends this scope to progressive operations assurance and regulatory compliance. ConstructSim Systems Completions automates the inspections process to accelerate systems progress and validate system readiness for efficient project turnover and closeout.

Digital Components
Components Center is an Azure cloud service of libraries which align, across disciplines and applications, the semantic content of catalogued components, potentially including vendor data, fabrication details, component requirements (for example, electrical specifications and connections), reliability characteristics, and representational views required for documentation (for example, 3D, plan, schematic). A digital component is reused across BIM workflows in design modeling, analytical modeling, construction modeling, and asset registries—from catalogued component, to engineered component, to installed component, to operated component.

The OpenRail Components Center is being initialized with libraries of generic rail components with appropriate intelligence, and libraries from significant providers such as Siemens, but is intended to be maintained and extended by user organizations.

Digital Context
Reality modeling incorporates digital context in the rail infrastructure workflow. Bentley’s ContextCapture processes digital photography and/or laser scans, from UAVs or hand-held or train-mounted devices, to produce an engineering-ready “reality mesh” accurately representing the continuously surveyed conditions of a railway corridor, site, or station.

Throughout detailed design, the reality mesh, for example, can be used to consider sight lines for signal siting. Because the reality mesh can be captured continuously, construction progress can be tracked and compared to the expected progress of the detailed design. In operations, the reality mesh can be used to compare the as-operated 3D model with the as-designed model, and serve as an immersive 3D environment with hyperlinks to equipment sensors for operations visibility and emergency response training.

OpenRail ConceptStation
OpenRail ConceptStation, enabled by the combination of OpenRail’s digital components and digital context, uniquely extends BIM capabilities to rail conceptual planning and layout. Working in the 3D design environment of the geo-coordinated reality mesh as the digital context of the rail corridor, the user can access Components Center to drag and drop digital components into the design to quickly lay out rail lines, bridges, overhead lines, signals, tunnels, etc. With the context of the terrain, and the intelligence of the digital components, OpenRail ConceptStation can quickly calculate quantities of railway elements such as track, ballast, sleepers, contact and catenary wire, equipment, bridge decking, concrete, and steel, as well as the cut-and-fill earthwork required for the conceptual design, and interactively produce a preliminary cost estimate to evaluate feasibility. All the design information, components, and context in the conceptual design can be reused in a digital workflow to OpenRail Designer for detailed design of the railway infrastructure.

Digital Workflows
In digital workflows, data captured or created for one purpose is accessed by computer programs for other purposes, saving time, minimizing rework, and improving data quality over the asset lifecycle. Digital workflows can also converge the work of different disciplines for additional advancements in project delivery and asset performance. Examples enabled by digital workflows include conceptioneering, constructioneering, inspectioneering, and operationeering. Each of these workflows represent new opportunities for engineers and their work to add value beyond their traditional role in design, to include contributions to construction, inspections, and operations.

The advancement of digital workflows in OpenRail will help users to achieve faster delivery, system-wide visibility, assured compliance, and better decisions in design, construction, and operations of rail infrastructure.
Learn more about OpenRail.  

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is a global leader in providing engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley users leverage information mobility across disciplines and throughout the infrastructure lifecycle to deliver better-performing projects and assets. Bentley solutions encompass MicroStation applications for information modeling, ProjectWise collaboration services to deliver integrated projects, and AssetWise operations services to achieve intelligent infrastructure – complemented by comprehensive managed services offered through customized Success Plans. 

Founded in 1984, Bentley has more than 3,000 colleagues in over 50 countries, more than $600 million in annual revenues, and since 2011 has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.

Additional information about Bentley is available at www.bentley.com. For Bentley news as it happens, subscribe to an RSS feed of Bentley press releases and news alerts. Visit The Year in Infrastructure Conference website for information on Bentley’s premier thought-leadership event. To view a searchable collection of innovative infrastructure projects from the annual Be Inspired Awards, access Bentley’s Infrastructure Yearbooks. To access a professional networking site that enables members of the infrastructure community to connect, communicate, and learn from each other, visit Bentley Communities.

To download the Bentley Infrastructure 500 Top Owners ranking, a unique global compendium of the top public- and private-sector owners of infrastructure based on the value of their cumulative infrastructure investments, visit BI 500.

# # #

Bentley, the “B” Bentley logo, AECOsim Station Designer, AssetWise, ComplyPro, ConstructSim Systems Completions, ContextCapture, MicroStation, OpenRail, OpenRail ConceptStation, OpenRail Designer, and ProjectWise are either registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly owned subsidiaries. All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

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Catégories: Géomatique, On en parle

Helmuth Ludwig, Siemens’ Global Head of Information Technology, Highlights Joint Development Projects with Bentley Systems at Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference

bentley.com - 10/10/2017 - 02:00


Shares updates about joint development activities to advance product, production and performance “digital twins”

SINGAPORE – The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference – In his keynote at Bentley’s annual event for sharing thought leadership relevant to infrastructure design, construction, and operations, Helmuth Ludwig, Global Head of Information Technology for Siemens, presented a scenario illustrating the companies’ shared contributions towards digital workflows and digital cities, and provided an update on the various joint development projects underway with Bentley Systems, initiated as part of their strategic alliance that was announced in November 2016. These jointly funded and resourced development projects will result in jointly offered cloud services to advance their respective users’ strategies in going digital.

“Siemens and Bentley recognize the unprecedented opportunity that ubiquitous connectivity brings for assets with digital engineering models that incorporate both their physical and functional characteristics,” said Mr. Ludwig. “Siemens’ PLM has a head start in what we call the product digital twin, production digital twin, and performance digital twin. Combined with Bentley’s BIM head start we will especially take the performance digital twin to a new level, and we can accelerate realizing the full potential of digital cities, such as here in Singapore. Our cooperative developments are advancing rapidly, which I think can be attributed to our shared commitment to openness and interoperability.”

Mr. Ludwig’s presentation illustrated the approach Siemens takes to integrating and digitalizing the entire customer value chain in general, and as a particular example, he described the advances for connected asset visibility that can be achieved with the integration of Siemens and Bentley technologies. In the workflow described by Mr. Ludwig, a process plant was captured, through digital photography, in its as-operated state with Bentley’s ContextCapture software, providing immersive visual context of the plant. That 3D “production digital twin” was then linked to the IoT-enabled components in the operating plant via MindSphere, Siemens’ cloud-based, Internet of Things operating system. Using Bentley’s AssetWise, the MindSphere inputs were configured in a browser, and in the context of the 3D model, as the user navigated the “performance digital twin” to query asset health of various components—in particular a motor vibrating to failure. The “product digital twin” of a replacement motor was accessed with Siemens PLM software, and bespoke motor mounts designed and analyzed to solve the vibration problem—and then 3D-printed. The same logic can be applied to digital cities, so that through such connected asset visibility, engineering problems can not only be detected but also solved, leveraging fully digital workflows to improve asset performance.

Other digital projects are uniquely bridging Siemens and Bentley technology to address some of today’s critical infrastructure imperatives. For example, in energy management, new distributed energy resources (DER) like wind, solar, and energy storage, require electrical grids to be bi-directional, so the GIS and network design capabilities in Bentley’s OpenUtilities are being linked with Siemens PSS SINCAL for network analysis modeling to deliver an integrated DER planning and design assessment solution.

The global push for urbanization and the increasing requirements of mobility of people and goods have accelerated the demand for rail electrification via overhead and rigid contact lines. To meet this demand, the two companies are working together to industrialize the electrification process by integrating Siemens Sicat Master, for rail catenary overhead contact line modeling and analysis, with Bentley’s newly announced OpenRail Designer.

These new joint developments build on the continued collaborative work done between Siemens and Bentley converging Bentley’s BIM and reality modeling software with Siemens’ product design and production process engineering solutions, and with the integration of Siemens’ COMOS and Bentley’s OpenPlant. Additional joint projects spanning other Siemens divisions will be announced over the coming year.

Siemens AG (Berlin and Munich) is a global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability, and internationality for more than 165 years. The company is active in more than 200 countries, focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization. One of the world’s largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies, Siemens is a leading supplier of efficient power generation and power transmission solutions and a pioneer in infrastructure solutions as well as automation, drive and software solutions for industry. The company is also a leading provider of medical imaging equipment – such as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging systems – and a leader in laboratory diagnostics as well as clinical IT. In fiscal 2016, which ended on September 30, 2016, Siemens generated revenue of €79.6 billion and net income of €5.6 billion. At the end of September 2016, the company had around 351,000 employees worldwide. Further information is available on the Internet at www.siemens.com.

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is a global leader in providing engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive software solutions for advancingthe design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley users leverage information mobility across disciplines and throughout the infrastructure lifecycle to deliver better-performing projects and assets. Bentley solutions encompass MicroStation applications for information modeling, ProjectWise collaboration services to deliver integrated projects, and AssetWise operations services to achieve intelligent infrastructure – complemented by managed services offered through customized Success Plans.

Founded in 1984, Bentley has more than 3,000 colleagues in over 50 countries, more than $600 million in annual revenues, and since 2011 has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.

Additional information about Bentley is available at www.bentley.com. For Bentley news as it happens, subscribe to an RSS feed of Bentley press releases and news alerts. Visit The Year in Infrastructure Conference website for highlights of Bentley’s premier thought-leadership event. To view a searchable collection of innovative infrastructure projects from the annual Be Inspired Awards, access Bentley’s Infrastructure Yearbooks. To access a professional networking site that enables members of the infrastructure community to connect, communicate, and learn from each other, visit Bentley Communities.

To download the Bentley Infrastructure 500 Top Owners ranking, a unique global compendium of the top public- and private-sector owners of infrastructure based on the value of their cumulative infrastructure investments, visit BI 500.

About The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference
Bentley’s Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference is a global gathering of leading executives in the world of infrastructure design, construction, and operations. The conference features a series of forums, presentations, technology demonstrations, and interactive workshops exploring the intersection of technology and business drivers, and how they are shaping the future of infrastructure project delivery and asset performance. For more on the conference, visit www.bentley.com/yii2017.

The Year in Infrastructure 2018 Conference will be held in London, 16-18 October.

# # #

Bentley, the “B” Bentley logo, Be, AssetWise, ContextCapture, MicroStation, OpenPlant, OpenRail, and ProjectWise are either registered or unregistered trademarks or service marks of Bentley Systems, Incorporated or one of its direct or indirect wholly owned subsidiaries. All other brands and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.

Catégories: Géomatique, On en parle

[QGIS 2.x] Atlas : récupérer la valeur d'un champ en libellé d'un objet de la légende

Dernières discussions Sig forum - 09/10/2017 - 17:04
Bonjour Ă  tous,

Je fais un atlas sur des intercommunalités (anciennes et nouvelles) et des communes.

Mon atlas est paramétré pour utiliser chaque nouvelle interco (ensemble de règle dans le style avec $id=$atlasfeatureid) et montrer le regroupement des anciennes interco ainsi que les communes. Jusque là rien de très compliqué (quoique, j'ai activé l'option "Ne montrer que les entités à l'intérieur de l'entité de l'atlas" mais ma légende affiche plus d'occurrences que celles contenues dans l'interco "référence". Je pense qu'il s'agit de la discussion http://www.forumsig.org/showthread.p...-de-symbologie mais je ne comprends pas ce qui y est dit :roll:...).

Ma légende liste les anciennes interco mais je souhaiterais que le nom de la nouvelle interco soit récupérée automatiquement pour être mis en libellé "dynamique" dans la légende.

Ex : la nouvelle interco nommée AAA sert de délimitation pour la 1ère page de l'atlas et dans la légende, "AAA" apparait à côté du symbole représentant les contours de la nouvelle interco. Idem pour la page 2 et la récupération du nom de l'interco BBB en guise de libellé dans la légende...

Est-ce possible ?
Merci de vos retours.

EDIT
En me relisant, je me rends compte que je n'ai pas forcément été très clair...
La question est donc la suivante : au même titre que dans une étiquette je peux demander à Qgis de me renvoyer la valeur d'un champ comme [% "nom" %], est-il possible de faire la même chose avec le libellé des objets de la légende ?
Catégories: Géomatique, On en parle

Highways England’s Network Occupancy Management System Has Potential to Save GBP 7.02 Million per year

bentley.com - 09/10/2017 - 02:00

Highways England (HE) is the UK government organization charged with operating, maintaining, and improving England’s Strategic Road Network (SRN). As part of its work, HE manages lane closures across the 4,300 miles of motorways and major trunk roads that make up the network, and its license to operate requires that lane availability does not fall below 97 percent for a rolling year. Using its Network Occupancy Management System (NOMS), HE aims to reduce the number of lane closure events by 6,000 a month, with the potential to provide a cost savings of GBP 7.02 million per year.

NOMS is a core element of HE’s asset lifecycle information management solution, and has two specific duties: The planning and management of road closure events. Leveraging Bentley technology, NOMS provides its distributed asset management community with the ability to directly access and interrogate planned road closure events across the entire SRN. In addition to reducing road closures by 3,600 a year, HE expects NOMS to provide significant safety advantages for its workers, eliminating 14,400 hours of challenging nighttime work on the SRN. The reduction in closures is also expected to deliver a positive impact on the environment, saving an estimated 10,824 tons of carbon per year.

NOMS allows HE to share road closure event data with local authorities across the UK, and the traveling public, as well as manage road closure events requests from third parties. Its direct integration with Bentley’s asset lifecycle information management solution allows the scheduling of operational, maintenance, and scheme activities, and provides, for the first time, all HE’s asset managers with the ability to visualize every planned road closure on a map.

“Bentley's NOMS solution is key to us integrating asset information so that we can share information across the business. This reaps cohesive and comprehensive benefits in collaboration opportunities across the entire business.”

Richard Arrowsmith
Highways England Asset Information Group Leader.

Catégories: Géomatique, On en parle

Going Digital: Bentley Announces Microsoft Azure-based Cloud Services Extending ProjectWise CONNECT Edition for Comprehensive Project Delivery

bentley.com - 09/10/2017 - 02:00

Also, New ProjectWise “365 Services” Leverage Microsoft Office 365 as Project Delivery Organizations Increasingly Embrace Microsoft Azure

SINGAPORE — The Year in Infrastructure 2017 Conference — Today, Bentley Systems announced new ProjectWise CONNECT Edition cloud services, powered by Microsoft Azure. The Azure-based services complement ProjectWise Design Integration service, the proven workhorse for work-sharing across collaborating engineering teams—which can be deployed on-premises, as a cloud service, or in any hybrid combination. By virtue of the shared Azure platform, project delivery organizations using both ProjectWise CONNECT Edition’s new “365 Services” and Microsoft Office 365 will increasingly benefit from digital workflows between their engineering work processes and enterprise productivity tools. Along with “365 Services,” Bentley’s connected data environment, shared between ProjectWise and AssetWise, now includes Components Center, ContextShare, ConstructSim Completions, and iModelHub services.

New ProjectWise CONNECT Edition cloud services for comprehensive project delivery include:

  • Deliverables Management to create, send, and receive transmittals, submittals, and RFIs;
  • Issues Resolution to submit, manage, and resolve issues;
  • Field Data Management for configurable forms-based data collection;
  • Project Performance Dashboards for insight into project progress;
  • Share to broadly and securely share general project information; and
  • Construction Management for contract, cost, change, and risk management.

As to Construction Management, Ron Perkins, vice president, HDR, Inc., said, “The integration between ProjectWise Construction Management and ProjectWise Design Integration will help make projects more efficient by improving the coordination between design and construction teams. The ability to access design drawings and information will simplify the delivery of design content to our construction partners, and will help save time and reduce errors by eliminating redundant data entry.”

Connected Data Environment
Services contributing to both project delivery and asset performance, benefiting users of ProjectWise and/or AssetWise, include:

  • ContextShare, to access and share engineering-ready reality meshes;
  • iModelHub, to synchronize and distribute changes in BIM workflows;
  • ConstructSim Completions;
  • Components Center; and
  • “365 Services”.

For immersive visibility, Bentley also previewed Navigator Web, which enables users to access project models and engineering content directly from a browser. Highly performant with even large and complex 3D models, Navigator Web will be leveraged by all CONNECT Edition cloud services which benefit from interactive viewing, visualization, querying, or analysis of models in a standard browser interface.

ConstructSim Completions
A critical phase of any project is verifying that the asset that is being delivered meets the detailed requirements and specifications contracted for by the owner. ConstructSim Completions helps both project delivery organizations and owner operations progress and validate system readiness for efficient project closeout and turnover. Fully integrated with ConstructSim Work Package Server, ConstructSim Completions enables organizations to eliminate manual data collection with automated check sheets and to easily monitor, control, and automate testing and inspection workflows for real-time project status and reporting. Support is also provided for mechanical completion review and commissioning, including dashboard-based status reports and mobile digital smart forms. ConstructSim Completions delivers crucial design and construction information, at the point of commissioning and just as an asset “goes live,” accelerating systems readiness, reducing risk and complexity, and delivering improved safety and over current methods.

Components Center
Components Center is an Azure cloud service of libraries which align, across disciplines and applications, the semantic content of catalogued components, potentially including vendor data, fabrication details, component requirements (for example, electrical specifications and connections), reliability characteristics, and representational views required for documentation (for example, 3D, plan, schematic). A digital component is reused across BIM workflows in design modeling, analytical modeling, construction modeling, and asset registries—from catalogued component, to engineered component, to installed component, to operated component.

The Components Center is being initialized with libraries of generic components with appropriate intelligence, and libraries from manufacturers and vendors, including formats such as RFA, but is intended to be maintained and extended by user organizations.

“365 Services”
Bentley’s connected data environment services are implemented to take full advantage of native Microsoft Azure capabilities—so that infrastructure engineering enterprises, in going digital, can leverage their ongoing Microsoft investments in tools and data—for digital workflows to comprehensively advance project delivery and asset performance. Examples to date include:

  • Microsoft Flow connector to facilitate configurable workflows with native Microsoft Office 365 interfaces, including for real-time communication, email consolidation, and other document-centric work processes;
  • Microsoft Azure Search for immediate access to project and operational information;
  • Microsoft SharePoint federation to enable documents stored in Microsoft SharePoint to be referenced through ProjectWise and AssetWise workflows; and
  • Microsoft Power BI integration, forproject and operational analytics across engineering and enterprise data sources.

Bill Smith, ‎CIO, Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson (JMT), said, “With so many enterprise collaboration tools available, the challenge is to bring together the right ones in a cohesive and painless user experience that drives adoption and return on our IT investment. Bentley’s strategy to integrate ProjectWise with Office 365 addresses this challenge, making it possible to increase collaboration quality and business process standardization while enabling unified access to all data types related to the project.”

Global engineering, management and development company Mott MacDonald uses ProjectWise and Microsoft Office 365 as foundations for a frictionless knowledge management and collaboration experience across its global network of 16,000 experts. Derek Murray, Mott MacDonald’s global head of digital projects, said: “The integration of ProjectWise and Office 365 will advance this frictionless experience by creating seamless workflows across both systems, breaking down barriers between information repositories, and making engineering progress insights more accessible to management. These advantages will transform how we work with partners and drive enhanced outcomes for our clients.”

Rob Howard, director, Office Ecosystem, Microsoft Corporation said, “Microsoft and Bentley have enjoyed a strong relationship for decades. We are pleased to see that Bentley is unifying, accelerating, and improving collaboration, project and operational insights, and organizational performance through comprehensive integrations with Microsoft Office 365. Unified access to design and non-design project data will drive value to our joint customers by enabling digital workflows between their engineering work processes and enterprise productivity tools. It will be great to see Bentley build upon the commitment they’ve made to the Azure platform by executing on this new vision.”

About Bentley Systems
Bentley Systems is a global leader in providing engineers, architects, geospatial professionals, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive software solutions for advancing the design, construction, and operations of infrastructure. Bentley users leverage information mobility across disciplines and throughout the infrastructure lifecycle to deliver better-performing projects and assets. Bentley solutions encompass MicroStation applications for information modeling, ProjectWise collaboration services to deliver integrated projects, and AssetWise operations services to achieve intelligent infrastructure – complemented by comprehensive managed services offered through customized Success Plans.

Founded in 1984, Bentley has more than 3,000 colleagues in over 50 countries, more than $600 million in annual revenues, and since 2011 has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions.

Additional information about Bentley is available at www.bentley.com. For Bentley news as it happens, subscribe to an RSS feed of Bentley press releases and news alerts. Visit The Year in Infrastructure Conference website for information on Bentley’s premier thought-leadership event. To view a searchable collection of innovative infrastructure projects from the annual Be Inspired Awards, access Bentley’s Infrastructure Yearbooks. To access a professional networking site that enables members of the infrastructure community to connect, communicate, and learn from each other, visit Bentley Communities.

To download the Bentley Infrastructure 500 Top Owners ranking, a unique global compendium of the top public- and private-sector owners of infrastructure based on the value of their cumulative infrastructure investments, visit BI 500.

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