Bentley, Microsoft Malaysia Rail Scheme Team Up


An American-based software based company, Bentley Systems team up with Microsoft to offer data management for Malaysia’s 52.2km rail scheme. Sources information said that Bentley information specialists are utilizing Microsoft’s Azure cloud-computing software for its OpenRail associated information framework to be utilized on the biggest infrastructure project.

Chief Executive Officer at Bentley System, Greg Bentley said, “MRTC is going digital, harnessing Bentley and Microsoft technology to deliver one of the most ambitious infrastructure projects ever undertaken in Asia.”

OpenRail lets groups crosswise over outline and development share information progressively, preventing issues from postponing chip away at the site, however, it is expected to boost productivity by 35% on Malaysia’s Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya rail line.

The Sungai Buloh-Serdang-Putrajaya or SSP line is the second of three Mass Rapid Transit is the second of three Mass Rapid Transit schemes to run through Kuala Lumpur. The line will have 35 stations, with 24 above ground and 11 below, with a 13.5km tunneled section for the track when it will open in 2022.

Recently, Bentley System is in news for Siemens team up that will support the companies’ joint vision for cloud services and digital workflows in engineering and operations, however, with Windows Server 2019, Microsoft is adding resiliency and redundancy enhancements to the Shielded Virtual Machines security controls that it introduced with Windows Server 2016.