2015 LEARNing Conference for Plant Design & Engineering

This year's LEARNing Conference for Plant Design & Engineering features best practices, tips & tricks, and hands-on workshops for Bentley’s most popular plant products, including: OpenPlant, AutoPLANT, and AutoPipe. MicroStation and ProjectWise training is also offered at all conferences.

New this year are the "Ask the Expert LEARNing Zone" and "User Showcase".  

The 2015 LEARNing Conference for Plant Design & Engineering is scheduled for July 1-2 at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside, New Orleans, Louisiana.

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  • Hello all,

    I am looking forward to connecting with many of you during the Bentley LEARNing Conference in New Orleans.

    On July 1st from 10:45 to 12:30, I will be in the Ask an Expert LEARNing Zone and will be available to answer your questions about OpenPlant. I will repeat this on July 2nd from 8:00 to 9:45.

    Stop in, say hi, ask a question or two.

    See you in July.

    Tony DeRosa

    Bentley Plant

  • Hello all,

    I will be teaching several classes at the 2015 LEARNing Conference for Plant Design & Engineering.

    I hope to see existing AutoPLANT users in my AutoPLANT to OpenPlant PID Conversion class where we will look at configuration of OpenPlant PID to suit standard and custom AutoPLANT components as well as  batching the conversion process.

    For those of you new to OpenPlant PID and those migrating from AutoPLANT PID I will be teaching a class on OpenPlant PID basics. This will include some MicroStation basics as well as drawing set up, the creation tools and database synching.

    My last class will be for more advanced users and OpenPlant PID administrators who need to configure OpenPlant PID. In this course we will cover Class Editor basics, key-ins and settings to assist in configuration. We will cover adding new classes and properties, editing of DGNLib files. We will also cover advanced topics such as using a Notify related component custom attribute, "related properties", ECExpressions and related Parser Regular Expressions and the use of IIF statements in ECExpressions.

    I hope to see you there,

    Tony DeRosa

    Senior Application Engineer

    Bentley Plant