To conserve heritage sites that celebrate and symbolize Slovak history, the Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic undertook the
digitization and documentation of 2,000 monuments in Slovakia. The EUR 9. 33 million project created a digital archive of objects as a
reference in case of damage or destruction. Using laser scanning and digital photogrammetry instead of traditional survey methods
produced a greater quality and quantity of data.
The Monuments Board used PowerCivil for Czech Republic to work with point clouds and georeferenced images. Compared to traditional
methods of acquiring survey data, the noninvasive techniques took less time and reduced costs associated with building scaffolding,
modifying terrain, and other steps required to access measured objects. Considering both data acquisition and processing, Bentley products
enabled the work to be completed 10 times faster.
As a Directorate of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) Government, Territory and Municipal Services (TAMS) delivers a wide range
of services for the citizens of Canberra. The goal of this eight-week agile project was to establish Project Wise in a Bentley-hosted
environment that will foster information sharing and create a partnership between local government and engineering firms working on
Project Wise was deployed to 50 users, including three administrators, and configured for the Traffic Control Device project submission and
approval process. This will enable greater efficiencies and reduce down-time on each project. The hosted cloud solution provided a highly
secure environment that is accessible off site through the Project Wise Web Server interface. Using Project Wise workflows has reduced
document handling times, project delivery times, and project costs.
Territory and Municipal Services | Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
An Agile Hosted Project Wise Implementation in a Government Setting
The Monuments Board of the Slovak Republic | Bratislava, Slovakia
Digital Monuments Fund
Innovation in Government