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The FME Bridge Between BIM & GIS

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The FME Bridge Between BIM & GIS

  1. 1. CONNECT. TRANSFORM. AUTOMATE. The FME Bridge Between BIM & GIS
  2. 2. Why extract info from BIM? Visualization.
  3. 3. Why extract info from BIM? Routing.
  4. 4. Why extract info from BIM? Manage spaces.
  5. 5. University of Washington Workflows. Projects Data Updates Geometry Update Automated Sync Linked System For Administration, Operations, and Maintenance CAD/BIM GIS CMMS Life Safety Record Documents EH&S Space Inventory Security Room Scheduling FM Systems Misc. GIS Changes Misc. CAD/BIM Changes Aaron Cheuvront CAD/GIS Program Manager UW Capital Projects Office - Information Systems
  6. 6. HOK Scenarios. Greg Schleusner Director of BuildingSMART Innovation Christopher Zoog BuildingSMART team member  Model checking  Hierarchical DWG export  Intelligent PDF export  Enterprise wide sharing
  7. 7. Software most often used for BIM creation. By percentage of 120 people polled.
  8. 8. Create harmony between data and applications Solution: A Revit FME Plugin.
  9. 9. Create harmony between data and applications Solution: A Revit FME Plugin.
  10. 10. Demo 1: Revit to schedule-coloured PDF.
  11. 11. Demo 2:Revit to KML.
  12. 12. Demo 3: Revit to CityGML & ArcScene.
  13. 13. Demo 4: Revit floorplans directly into ArcGIS, PDF, & AutoCAD.
  14. 14. What’s next.  IFC Reading Improvements  IFC Writing  FME support in RTV Tools Xporter Pro http://www.rtvtools.com/rtv-xporter-pro/  Potential Integration with CTC’s Revit Express Tools http://www.cadtechnologycenter.com /products/revit-expresstools.html
  15. 15. Thank You!  Questions?  For more information:  info@safe.com  www.safe.com

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