Winners to be Selected and Announced at the Year in Infrastructure and Going Digital Awards Event in Singapore
Bentley Systems, Incorporated, a well-known infrastructure engineering software provider, called for nominations for the 2023 Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure today.
Independent juries of experts determine the awards. This award will honor infrastructure projects for making significant strides in infrastructure's digital transformation.
The nomination period closes on May 8, 2023.
No matter what stage the project is in—preconstruction/conceptual, design, construction, or operations—users of Bentley software are encouraged to submit their work for the Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure program.
The three finalists selected for each prize category get trips to Singapore as guests to attend the Year in Infrastructure and Going Digital Awards ceremony of Bentley Systems.
The conference will feature presentations by the finalists to judges, thought leaders in the field, and more than 100 journalists.
The categories are Bridges and Tunnels, Construction, Enterprise Engineering, Facilities, Campuses, and Cities, Process and Power Generation, Rail and Transit, Roads and Highways, Structural Engineering, Subsurface Modeling and Analysis, Surveying and Monitoring, Transmission and Distribution, Water and Wastewater.
These initiatives acknowledge discoveries and quantifiable effects on infrastructure and sustainability. Projects will be acknowledged for their creative use of Bentley software, such as the iTwin Platform, infrastructure digital twins, 4D modeling, Infrastructure Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence, as well as their economic impact.
Furthermore, the awards will recognize the project's contributions to promoting sustainable development objectives in relation to climate action, energy transition and efficiency, the circularity of land and water resources, and healthy communities may also be recognized.
In addition to the juried awards, Bentley's Founders will recognize a few initiatives from groups or people whose efforts significantly promote infrastructure and/or environmental and social development objectives.
The international infrastructure community acknowledges every project that is shortlisted for an award in the following ways:
• Having their infrastructure projects profiled in Bentley's Infrastructure Yearbook, which is distributed in print and digital formats to media, government, and industry influencers around the world;
• Enhancing their competitive edge by demonstrating to existing and potential clients the value the participants add to projects through their digital innovations;
• Increasing their exposure and coverage from global media and industry analysts.
Visit the Going Digital Awards in Infrastructure website for more details on the program or to submit a project nomination.