BIM-GIS Integration for Architecture, Engineering & Construction
The first day of this 2-day course is delivered by Steven Eglinton (Director of BimEnable & GeoEnable). Steven introduces an overview of BIM (Building Information Modelling) & Asset Information in the context of UK BIM Level 2 (BS / PAS 1192) & International Standards (ISO 19650). Steven will set the scene for the advantages and management of Geo-Enabling your BIM processes including process improvement and change management. Finishing with GIS/BIM applications including the Internet of Things, Smart Cities and Gemini Principles – the UK National Digital Twin.
Delegates will put the theory and principles learned on the first day with Steven into practice. The second day is delivered by an Esri UK & Ireland Instructor where delegates will experience demonstrations and hands-on exercises using the ArcGIS platform to integrate with CAD and BIM datasets. You will learn the workflows associated with handling GIS & CAD data and BIM models utilising geoprocessing tools and interactive analysis within ArcGIS Pro. You will also learn how to effectively publish data to ArcGIS Online, so you can collaborate and engage, to provide views of your BIM processes in a geographic and narrative context to your audiences.
You may find this recorded webinar useful to understand the course content – please note this was recorded July 2020
Continuing professional development (CPD) is an integral part of applying for and maintaining Chartered Geographer accreditation. Attendance of this course will provide the attendee with 10 CPD points. Click here to find out more
18th April 2024 – 19th April 2024
- BIM overview: UK and International standards, requirements, process improvement, CDE vs SDI.
- Applications of BIM and GIS: IoT, digital twins, smart cities/infrastructure.
- Plan: Data sources, convert GIS data to CAD format.
- Design: Import BIM models to an ArcGIS Pro scene, methods for creating 3D models, share models to ArcGIS Online.
- Build: Create an ArcGIS StoryMap to engage with stakeholders.
- Operate: Use ArcGIS Field Maps to collect field data.
Attendance of either:
Or equivalent working knowledge.
“A very useful course which covers the history, theory and development of BIM, whilst putting it into practice using innovative GIS techniques. It improved my knowledge of BIM significantly, highlighting the ways in which it could be used within my current role.”
Kirstin – Arcadis