GIS & BIM
Esri’s software, ArcGIS, is the most powerful mapping and analytics software in the world. We pioneer problem solving through GIS and recognise that the digital revolution in the construction industry, driven by BIM processes, requires geospatial and design data to be used together. As the global market leader in GIS we have partnered with Autodesk to put GIS and BIM at the centre of construction projects. Together we are driving smarter decisions, optimised designs, accelerated project approvals and reduced cost, to create smarter cities and a resilient infrastructure.
Skanska, Costain and STRABAG Joint Venture
The Skanska, Costain and STRABAG Joint Venture (SCS JV) has improved collaboration on a multi-billion pound engineering project, by integrating 3D GIS and BIM models to create one of the most advanced 3D mapping systems in the UK.
Location and design working to address global challenges
Esri and Autodesk have joined forces to advance infrastructure planning and design,
building the bridge between BIM and GIS mapping technologies. The partnership
helps to connect "Make Anything" with "The Science of Where" through more tightly
integrated BIM and GIS workflows, enhancing how infrastructure assets are
planned, designed, built and operated.
Plan intelligently with 2D and 3D visualisation and analysis. Root your plans in a detailed understanding of the site, its neighbourhood, the environment, the link to infrastructure and the constraints
Combine CAD workflow with geospatial visualisation, giving a holistic perspective of the surrounding environment and informing design decisions
ArcGIS connects your teams by using familiar maps populated with critical workflow, personnel and asset data to orient and inform stakeholders. Web GIS can deliver a common view of essential information to staff, whether they are in the office or on site
Improve safety, efficiency and sustainability with better operational oversight. Esri’s real-time data processing, dashboards and mobile tools facilitate smooth and safe operation