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Esriuk_track2_geoenable_gis meets bim

  1. 1. GIS Meets BIM Slide 1GIS Meets BIM GIS Meets BIM Steven Eglinton FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD Director, GeoEnable Chairman Asset Management SIG Association for Geographic Information (AGI) Chairman, Business Information Systems SG BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT Esri UK Annual Conference LONDON | 19 May 2015 Slide 1
  2. 2. GIS Meets BIM GIS meets BIM - AGENDA • How BIM will affect us all • How can we add value to BIM • Opportunities for GIS professionals • Summary Slide 2
  3. 3. GIS Meets BIM What is BIM? •Depends who you ask! • Building Information Models - things •Building Information Modelling - tasks •Building Information Management – processes Slide 3
  4. 4. GIS Meets BIM Building Information Modelling (BIM) •“An integrated digital process providing coordinated, reliable information about a project and assets throughout all phases, from design through construction and into operation” •Better Information Management •For all asset types – buildings and infrastructure Slide 4
  5. 5. GIS Meets BIM Building Information Modelling (BIM) •Cross-discipline collaboration •Standard methods and procedures •Information provision is contracted •Digital Plan of Works (DPoW) •Enabling tools, workflows and validation •Exchange formats and standards •Information / data is a commodity Slide 5
  6. 6. GIS Meets BIM Information as a Commodity •In economics, a commodity is a marketable item produced to satisfy wants or needs Slide 6
  7. 7. GIS Meets BIM Common Data Environment - Context •Common Data Environment (CDE) •Defined in UK Standards BS 1192:2007 •Elaborated on in PAS 1192-2 and PAS 1192-3 Slide 7
  8. 8. GIS Meets BIM Common Data Environment - Data Slide 8 • File naming convention from BS 1192-2007:
  9. 9. GIS Meets BIM Geospatial Convergence Slide 9 • Capture - Geomatics / Survey • Plan – Planners, Town Planners • Design - Architects / Designers • Build - Client, Contractors, Supply chain • Operate / Maintain - Client, Contractors, Supply chain • GIS and mapping – validation, presentation, analytics/reporting, time sequencing, context to projects and assets
  10. 10. GIS Meets BIM Everything Happens Somewhere Slide 10 •Location provides context to data •Location provides patterns, trends & gaps •Maps are easier to understand • ‘Placed-based’ planning is understood • Proximity can connect people / Orgs • Services Delivery depends on Location •See opportunities to consolidate/augment services
  11. 11. GIS Meets BIM The big challenge is communication Slide 11 •Between systems •Between data formats •Between organisations •Between disciplines
  12. 12. GIS Meets BIM When is a polygon a polygon? Slide 12 •We can have language challenges! Shapefiles Dangling segments Link-node models Projections Vector Raster Joins and Links Points Polylines Polygons Vertices Snapping Buffering GeoProcesses Dissolve Merge Union Spatial Join Models Dynamic segmentation ‘Plotting’ data GeoCoding GIS Self-intersecting Polygons Doughnut Polygon?
  13. 13. GIS Meets BIM 5 Major Opportunities 1. Real-world experience for users 2. GIS provides context to projects/assets 3. Spatial Analytics - Place-based planning/focus of services 4. Spatial Analytics - Asset performance, trending and patterns 5. Location is a common language for all disciplines Slide 13
  14. 14. GIS Meets BIM Slide 14GIS Meets BIM Slide 14 Overview to GeoEnable • “At GeoEnable we help you unlock your geospatial and location information as part of workflows and efficient business processes.” • We democratise location information by embedding location technologies • We are UK-based, working with partners in the USA, Brazil and Globally • We are part of the Esri Partner Network and Esri Developer Network • Our UK and EMEA Director is Steven Eglinton
  15. 15. GIS Meets BIM Slide 15GIS Meets BIM Slide 15 Contact Steven Eglinton FBCS, FBCart.S, MIoD Director, GeoEnable Chairman Asset Management SIG Association for Geographic Information (AGI) Chairman, Business Information Systems SG BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT Please email:
  16. 16. GIS Meets BIM Slide 16GIS Meets BIM 1. Case Study: King’s Cross Development, Argent >View Case Study 2. AEC Bundle, GeoEnable / Esri UK >View AEC Bundle Slide 16 Discover More

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