Designing and building smarter, more resilient infrastructure requires taking a broader view of the natural and built environment. The fusion of GIS (geographic information system) and BIM (building information modeling) enables stakeholders to put their projects, issues, and assets on a map, while gaining a deeper understanding of their interaction within the geographic context.
ArcGIS GeoBIM connects models, documents, and more in Autodesk Construction Cloud and BIM 360 with the power of GIS through an intuitive web-based experience. We will cover how GIS-BIM integration with ArcGIS GeoBIM help to improve collaboration and streamline communication from the planning and design phases, through to construction and maintenance. The presenters will also highlight the evolution of ArcGIS GeoBIM and potential capabilities with Autodesk.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
•Avoid costly and time-consuming file translation effort that impact successful projects
•Put your project issues and component documentation on a map within the geographic context
•Link GIS and BIM/CAD datasets for an intuitive way for teams and stakeholders to access up-to-date information
•Unify processes to facilitate better communication of designs with key project stakeholders
•Connect with future integrations between Autodesk and Esri More about the product and associated workflows featured: ArcGIS GeoBIM delivers an innovative, easy-to-use web-based experience for teams to explore and collaborate on building information modeling (BIM) projects and issues, using data from multiple systems in a geospatial context.
Architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) teams can easily work with linked data from multiple systems in configurable web apps that simplify the communication and collaboration with teams and stakeholders.
Speakers Anthony Renteria, Product Manager - ArcGIS GeoBIM, Esri John Sayre, Technical Marketing Manager - Civil Engineering, Autodesk Geoff Cook, Sr. Product Marketing Manager - ArcGIS GeoBIM, Esri.
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