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Monday, May 16

10:30am EDT

ArcGIS in AEC for Project Delivery and Digital Twins
Improved BIM and GIS integration has enabled teams to successfully support project delivery and operations by adding valuable context throughout an asset’s life cycle. AEC project teams and Owner/Operators can visualize, monitor, and gain insight into their projects with ArcGIS. With the ability to integrate BIM, Point Clouds, 3D Mesh and Dashboards along with field data collection and other site level geospatial data, ArcGIS is emerging as a collaborative Project Delivery Digital Twin.


Monday May 16, 2022 10:30am - 11:00am EDT
Loughman Living Room (Scanlon Hall)

11:00am EDT

Interdisciplinary Collaboration on 3D City Models
3D city models are a public resource for understanding the future and history of places. Developing and preserving city models as a cultural resource requires collaboration among designers, GIS professionals, and archivists. citySchema.org provides free templates and tools for developing and managing city models -- using a streamlined workflow built on ArcGIS Pro Tasks; producing an open catalog / repository that exposes tiled terrain models and individual building models in open formats.

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Paul Cote

Consultant, pbcGIS.com
Paul helps organizations develop solutions that link three-dimensional modeling with geographic information systems. Paul worked as GIS specialist and Lecturer in Urban Planning and Design at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design for 19 years. He is now an instructor at... Read More →

Monday May 16, 2022 11:00am - 11:30am EDT
Loughman Living Room (Scanlon Hall)

11:30am EDT

Using Geo-data to support public utilities and infrastructure
Access to Geo-data information is critical to make informed decisions at a ground level. Digital twin models of cities created using lidar, hi resolution nadir and oblique orthoimagery can offer a wide range of solutions to public utilities and GIS stakeholders. And being able to visualize and simulate events in a 3D environment provide a realistic view of assets and supports emergency management services in responding to event.


Arjun Sheoran

Business Development and Technical Manager, Fugro USA Land Inc.

Monday May 16, 2022 11:30am - 12:00pm EDT
Loughman Living Room (Scanlon Hall)
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