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Geotechnical Data: Improving Security, Accessibility & Resiliency with Cloud-Based GIM

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Moving your geotechnical information management (GIM) from a desktop application to a secure, cloud-based platform offers many benefits. A centralized, single source of truth that’s accessible wherever users may be replaces clunky processes with smooth digital workflows, streamlining site investigation and ensuring business continuity.

Watch the short video to see how in under two minutes:

Could what’s below the surface cause a shift in your project?

When collecting and analyzing geotechnical data, such as borehole, lab, or in-situ testing, sub-surface digital context can be vital for assessing and managing risks.

Digital twins are directly linked to sensor and field data from the real world. Getting the most out of your geotechnical data for your digital twins can be challenging if your data is disconnected due to disparate legacy applications or processes. Reliable, integrated cloud solutions enable you to log, report, and integrate your data quickly and spend more time doing what matters most.

Bentley’s geotechnical data management solution, OpenGround, empowers your team with access to the data you need in a dynamic, cloud-based environment. Built on Microsoft Azure, you can rest assured that your data is safe on a trusted cloud platform that ensures accessibility, security, and compliance.

Leave behind the clipboard and pen; it’s easy to collaborate and collect accurate data on mobile devices in real time, streamlining the process. And with cloud integration for digital twins, you can access your data your way, anytime, all from one centralized, extensible platform.

OpenGround on Azure: Data integrity, from ground to cloud.

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