Abu Dhabi Municipality manages GIS data with Bentley application

Municipality manages database of geotechnical data using Bentley's gINT software

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Abu Dhabi Municipality manages GIS data with Bentley application Abu Dhabi Municipality is managing geotechnical data with Bentley's gINT software.
By  Mark Sutton Published  June 4, 2015

Abu Dhabi Municipality has used Bentley's gINT geotechnical software to capture legacy information that included 20,033 hardcopy logs and reports.

The municipality is using the gINT software to manage its large database of geotechnical information, which is used in town planning.

Using Bentley's gINT software and Web mapping, the Municipality's spatial data division developed the geotechnical information management system as a comprehensive geotechnical database, which saves time and reduces costs.

The municipality's spatial data division reports that the software has enabled it to double its daily productivity. The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City now has instant access to subsurface investigation data that supports critical engineering decision-making.

"Bentley's gINT Professional Plus software is very helpful in managing our centralized geotechnical database, with its streamline processes, and built-in queries and customizable rules," said Maryam Obaid Almuhairi, director, Spatial Data Division, Town Planning Sector, Abu Dhabi Municipality. "gINT doubled our daily productivity and is supporting critical engineering judgment."

The Municipality of Abu Dhabi City ensures sustainable development and enhances the quality of life for the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Since its inception in 1962, the Municipality has implemented projects aimed at establishing modern infrastructure for the city. The Municipality routinely commissions and manages projects where large volumes of data from site investigation and design are archived and accessed by internal and external users.

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