New Product Connects with Autodesk Construction Cloud to Bridge GIS and BIM
The concept of building information modelling (BIM) is new to some people who are far more familiar with CAD for building concepts. However, it’s gaining pace for larger construction projects right through to the post-completion maintenance work involved in complex, commercial buildings too.
Autodesk Tandem is now available for the architecture, engineering and construction industry.
Let’s start with a brief history lesson. Building information modelling – BIM for short – was invented in the early 1970s in the US. Originally known as the Building Description System, through the 1980s various other software packages and workstations were built to achieve the same goal – creating a digital model of a building […]
Something of interest from Autodesk… This week, Autodesk released Civil 3D 2020.1, which introduces the latest integration of BIM and GIS as a result of a partnership with Esri: the Autodesk Connector for ArcGIS in Civil 3D.
The launch of NavVis Cloud gives laser scanning professionals on-demand, flexible access to a next-generation deliverable that lets every stakeholder easily access, interpret and interact with scan projects
Revizto 4.0 Launches Globally Today: Simplified 3D BIM Collaborative Platform
Sept. 17-18, Las Vegas – “Where Technology Meets Business Reality” — Join us this fall in Las Vegas for the 2015 USIBD Digital Reality Symposium, September 16-17 and network with industry leaders and professionals such as those shown below.
NORCROSS, GA, March 24, 2013 – Preliminary details have been released for the Geosystems track and hands-on training sessions at HxGN LIVE 2014, and the schedule already highlights numerous opportunities to learn about key trends and innovative solutions shaping fields such as surveying, engineering, construction and mining.
The following article by Karen Richardson, Esri, appeared in the November Edition of LiDAR Magazine titled A Technology Trifecta – LiDAR, BIM, and GIS Converge to Bring Business Efficiencies to Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District