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BIM for Infrastructure and GIS

What is the difference and what are the practical applications?

Event Details
New Zealand

Date: Thursday, 15 March 2018

Time: 8:00am - 10:00am

Venue: Grand Mellennium
71 Mayoral Drive, Auckland

BIM is a relatively new concept in the industry and is traditionally associated with Buildings while GIS has been well established since the 80’s (and earlier). The two concepts are often viewed as competitive processes but since both work with data intelligence, there are many areas of similarity.

Also, the technical solutions now available allow specific workflows to be tailored between mobile, cloud and desktop solutions for multiple groups collaborating on various data sets. This means that software/hardware is no longer the bottle neck in establishing workflows – it is a matter of positioning the appropriate technologies to assist with the methodologies which have been put in place to achieve specific goals for specific groups.

This presentation explores the following areas:

  • The relevant facets of GIS and BIM applied to Infrastructure
  • The need for single point of truth and data integrity
  • Realistic applications for different business sizes and budgets
  • Workflows and scenarios

Since the processes are being established to incorporate multiple groups in project delivery, this presentation applies to both large and small businesses. The main focus is on high level workflows but we will also have senior technical reps available to discuss details and show some examples of real jobs.

This is a free event and places are limited. Please register now so you don't miss out. We look forward to seeing you there!

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