Bentley, GoogleEarth connect project online

Bentley Systems has connected MicroStation to the Google Earth service. As a result, for the first time, users can view and navigate 2D/3D models of infrastructure projects in the context of the Google Earth environment. MicroStation is Bentley's desktop platform for the design, construction, and operation of the world's infrastructure, including buildings, roads, bridges, power plants, teleco...
By Staff April 1, 2006

Bentley Systems has connected MicroStation to the Google Earth service. As a result, for the first time, users can view and navigate 2D/3D models of infrastructure projects in the context of the Google Earth environment.

MicroStation is Bentley’s desktop platform for the design, construction, and operation of the world’s infrastructure, including buildings, roads, bridges, power plants, telecom networks, and much more.

“The Google Earth connection is fantastic for our users, who work on major assets placed on or in the earth,” said Ray Bentley, lead developer. “The feedback regarding the connection has been great – beta users around the world are inspired by their new ability to view this work inside the Google Earth environment.”