In a previous post I mentioned a first impression of what Bentley Map is, now I would like to analyze the similarities so that users who knew Geographics lose their fear.
If I were Bentley Systems, I would seek to group geospatial applications, since it seems that although the tools are still very robust, that habit of being directed to the "user who knows us" instead of "the user who does GIS" continues. Although we know that Bentley maintains its policy of reaching BentleyMap to its Engineering users with whom it is well positioned… it will cost it to grow with respect to its strong competitors in Geospatial. For now, some app location changes have been appropriate, but I insist, they continue to scatter the wicked.
To analyze the similarities we are going to group the Bentley Map applications into four roles, and as we write we will put the hyperlinks:
1 Graphic Construction
- Topological Construction
- Assign and edit attributes to vector objects
- Update and edit in the database
- Import data from ArcGIS and others
- Construction of geodetic grids
- Generating maps for printing
2 Spatial Analysis
- Layer display and display
- Topological analysis
- Thematic analysis
- Connection with ArcGIS and others
- Interaction with Google Earth and others
3 Conceptual Construction
- Project creation
- Database connection
- Definition of categories and attributes
4. Smoked Development
- Connection with Geo Web Publisher
- Connection with Project Wise
- Connection with SDE / MXD
Taking advantage of the fact that I will be traveling, we will take a look at Bentley Map, for now, let's look at the first section:
|In this were one of the best advantages of Microstation Geographics now Bentley Map compared to its competitors for having all Microstation's CAD construction tools and not killing the computer in resource consumption when making massive processes or handling images. Let's see how these tools have changed within the menus.|
Before: "Tools / geographics / topology creation"
Now: "Tools / Geospatial / topology creation "
Before: "Tools / geographics / topology cleanup"
Now: "Tools / Geospatial / topology cleanup "
The Dialog cleanup continues to work the same way through Keyin, so we will continue to prefer that to these tools
They also removed this display panel in rainbow, which has been sent to "tools / geospatial / utilities"