Coffee Corner: OpenBuildings Designer – Let's Talk GenerativeComponents

Title: Coffee Corner: OpenBuildings Designer – Let's Talk GenerativeComponents
Presenter: Alifur Mandal, Associate Technical Support Engineer, Bentley Systems, Eduardo Mendonca, Application Engineer, Facilities Engineering, Bentley Systems, and Mark Enos, Senior Applications, Specialist, Bentley Systems
Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time

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This OpenBuildings Designer Coffee Corner will introduce computational design and Bentley’s tool GenerativeComponents.

Working in Bentley’s GenerativeComponents, focus is shifted away from ordinary 3D and BIM modeling. Instead, you focus on defining and capturing the concept of the design. Once the concept is defined, with its internal behavior and its external appearance, you may explore, understand, evaluate, adjust and scale your design in minutes rather than hours or days. This directs creativity to deliver just the right building, optimized on sustainability, appearance, and cost. We'll explore:

•    Computational design overview
•    What you can do with GenerativeComponents
•    Building examples
•    Where to find training material
•    BIM modeler accreditation program

GenerativeComponents allows architects and engineers to work with inteligent optioneering. From a simple study of object number and displacement alternatives to the most complex building designs, learn to quickly and easily explore a broad range of "what-if" alternatives while spending little time working on edits, deletions and re-modeling changes that slow down the design cycle.

OpenBuildings Coffee Corners are open to all Bentley users, free of charge. One learning unit is applied to each participant’s Bentley Transcript for self-reporting. To view prior sessions, watch the Recordings On-Demand or visit the Learning Path.

**The webcast will be streamed through your computer, so there is no dial-in number.  Please make sure your computer speakers (or headset) are turned on and the volume is set to an audible level so you can hear the presenters.  Help