During the Year In Infrastructure Conference 2019 in Singapore, Bentley announced the release of OpenGround Cloud product, a new cloud service (available end of 2019) to store, manage, report, and share data about natural ground conditions.
The application introduces a technology capable of taking advantage of an extendable, enterprise-grade, geotechnical data management system.
The first release of OpenGround Cloud was based on the Keynetix.cloud system that currently has about 2,000 active users per month and has stored data from 500,000 boreholes.
Bentley ensures that users willing to continue using gINT and HoleBASE will not be neglected as those systems will continue to develop at the current rate. Nevertheless, the capabilities between those applications and OpenGround Cloud will grow over the coming years as OpenGround Cloud is developed further.
OpenGround Cloud will initially be available in North America and the UK but there are plans to establish a data center to cover Australia and New Zealand in 2020. Local demand will define the prioritization of further regions.
Users that might have further questions about the benefits of OpenGround Cloud may email their Bentley account manager or HoleBASE and gINT points of contact.
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