The built environment industry is experiencing a digital revolution.

The BIM models and processes that are the pillars of its projects are being transformed – no longer are they planned, designed, and built in isolation of everything around it.

Instead, infrastructure assets can now be better viewed in relation to how they fit and interact with the surrounding ecosystem.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how this is being done – through the integration of BIM with Geographic Information Systems (GIS): A platform designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyse, manage, and present all types of geographical data.

Through the interoperability of these two technologies, you’ll move beyond focusing on what to build and better understanding the where and why – in order to deliver optimised designs, accelerated project approvals, reduced costs, and more resilient infrastructure.

Highlights

  • Remove technology restraints and silos to deliver increasingly complex projects in less time
  • Effectively communicate project intent to stakeholders
  • Reduce data loss and errors throughout project delivery and handover
  • Tracking, monitoring, and visualising construction progress in real-time and 3D

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