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Working with CAD (BIM) & 3D Data in ArcGIS Pro

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Learn how to use CAD (BIM) and a variety of 3D datasets in ArcGIS Pro. This one-day course will provide you with the skills to develop CAD/BIM to GIS workflows. You will also learn how to share this data in ArcGIS Online / Portal for ArcGIS.

We will take you through the workflows to bring CAD data into ArcGIS Pro before moving on to importing BIM models. GIS allows models to be brought together and viewed in their wider geographic context. The final step will be to publish the data from ArcGIS Pro and configure a 3D web scene in ArcGIS Online. Web scenes allow users to view the model in its geographic context through a simple browser application.

1 Day
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at GIS professionals who traditionally receive CAD designs and 3D (BIM) data who need to use and share these datasets in a GIS environment
Be able to add and explore CAD data in ArcGIS Pro.
Know how to create a basic 3D with simple building models.
Import a BIM model as an IFC file into ArcGIS Pro.
Use the direct support for Revit models.
Share BIM models in a simple 3D scene in ArcGIS Online.

Attendance of either our Introduction to ArcGIS Pro for Newcomers or Introduction to ArcGIS Pro for GIS Professionals courses or equivalent working knowledge.

Getting Started
An introduction to 3D data in ArcGIS Pro.

CAD import
Add CAD drawings to ArcGIS Pro.
Use the georefencing tools to correctly position a drawing.
Convert the CAD to GIS data.
Prepare 3D, CAD, BIM data to enable export and sharing to 3D web scenes in ArcGIS Online / Portal for ArcGIS

Create a 3D scene
Create a 3D scene.
Create simple building models from polygon data.

Import a BIM model from an IFC file
Use the Data Interoperability extension to import an IFC file.
Add it to the 3D scene.

View a Revit model in ArcGIS Pro
Use the direct read support for Revit models.
Understand the options getting the model in the correction geographic location.

Publish a BIM model to ArcGIS Online as multipatch features.
Publish a Revit models to ArcGIS Online as a Building scene layer.
Add them to a 3D web scene.
Add them to a storymap or shared Group.