One unified workspace is part of the deployment of Project Wise at the Indiana
Department of Transportation (INDO T). Leaving the traditional network server
has enabled the integration of all INDOT users into one environment for a
more seamless sharing of data no matter where they are located or what type
of work they are doing.
Time is better spent because there is an increased adherence to state
standards, and control has been returned to the design engineers by removing
the step of contacting the IT department to manage project rights. Four of
the six district offices were initially Project Wise users and the remaining
deployments occurred later.
Indiana Department of Transportation
Indiana Department of Transportation Project Wise Deployment
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development automated
PDF plan-set production for capital projects. The goals for the project were to
improve quality by enforcing standards, simplifying plan creation, and enabling
collaboration with outside contractors. Contractors now use the same process
as the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, which
ensures conformity and consistency.
The custom PDF publishing system was an enhancement to an existing
Project Wise system. Bentley helped develop a client/server-based solution that
offers one configuration for internal employees and one for outside contractors.
Plans now have the same index attributes as the originating design and plan
locations and naming conventions are automated. Users are notified via email
about PDF status.
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
Project Wise Custom PDF Publishing
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States