The Hydraulics and Hydrology Seminar at the CONNECTION Event Abu Dhabi will feature Bentley’s water product expert, Karthik Sundaresan, who will demonstrate how Bentley’s portfolio of hydraulics and hydrology modeling software – for analysis, design, and operations of water distribution and wastewater collection systems – helps improve the reliability, efficiency, and sustainability of water and wastewater systems.
Find out how to plan water systems intelligently as populations grow to ensure that infrastructure is renewed or expanded adequately, to supply potable water and collect wastewater, and learn more about Bentley’s decision-support tools, such as WaterGEMS and SewerGEMS, for water distribution or wastewater networks. Delve deeper into Bentley’s planning tools in hydraulic modeling designed to help your organization enhance capital improvement projects and develop plans for future system expansion.
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Karthik Sundaresan, Senior Application Engineer, Bentley Systems
Karthik is an engineer with over 15 years combined experience in two varied fields – Hydraulics & Hydrology and Geospatial & Mapping. If working in Geospatial domain has been his passion, then the field of Hydraulics & Hydrology was his acquired taste. Since 2003 when he joined Bentley Systems' Haestad brand in the USA, he has been a support engineer, consultant, trainer, technology evangelist to a variety of organizations worldwide. Currently based out of India and catering to the South & South East Asian market, he has continued to serve in similar capacity helping users build, model & design better infrastructure for Utilities using Bentley’s solutions.
Bentley’s 2016 CONNECTION Event in Abu Dhabi brings you the opportunity to hear Bentley’s technical experts discuss the newest capabilities, latest innovations, and common data environments for building, civil, structural, and water products to help you optimize design, modeling, analysis, information-sharing and communications.
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