Bentley is the global leader dedicated to providing architects, engineers, constructors, and owner-operators with comprehensive architecture and engineering software solutions for sustaining infrastructure. Founded in 1984, Bentley has nearly 3,000 colleagues in more than 45 countries, $500 million in annual revenues, and, since 2001, has invested more than $1 billion in research, development, and acquisitions. Comprehensive software solutions for the infrastructure lifecycle: from buildings to bridges, transit to utilities, clean energy to clean water, Bentley is Sustaining Infrastructure. Source: Bentley Homepage
LUSAS develops, markets and supports a range of engineering analysis software products all based upon the LUSAS finite element analysis system.
LUSAS software products can solve all types of linear and nonlinear stress, dynamics, composite and thermal engineering analysis problem.
Analysis capabilities for particular LUSAS software products can be extended by using Nonlinear, Dynamic, Thermal/Field, Fast Solvers and other software options. Source: LUSAS Homepage
Transoft Solutions develops innovative, state-of-the-art technologies that enable AEC design professionals to complete projects efficiently translating to lowered overall costs. All of our products undergo rigorous R&D efforts and are meticulously developed by experienced design practitioners who are familiar with the inherent challenges professionals face daily. Whether you are designing a new road or highway corridor, mixed-use facility, intersection, site plan, or retro-fitting an existing parking lot, whatever your transportation design needs are, our software can help you complete it confidently and efficiently. Source: Transoft Hompage
Bridge Design, Analysis, and Construction Software
Perform bridge design, analysis, and construction simulation to determine resiliency during seismic and natural events and analyze rolling stock. You can streamline massive analytical tasks and save time on complex engineering issues by taking a more integrated approach in the design and construction of your bridge systems. Apply visual processes that quickly generate information from multiple disciplines to make engineering decisions. You can also leverage intraoperability with OpenRoads and OpenBridge Modeler to visually determine how your proposed bridge impacts existing and proposed project elements. Visualize the positions, directions, and magnitudes of loads graphicall