Esri Joins Autodesk University 2019 Conference

GIS Experts Will Demonstrate How Location Intelligence Enables Smart Design and Planning

Esri, the global leader in location intelligence, will take part in this year’s Autodesk University Las Vegas conference, which will be held November 19–21, 2019, at the Las Vegas Sands Convention Center. Experts from Esri will be on-site to discuss how geographic information system (GIS) technology allows architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals to collect and analyze field data, design infrastructure that is efficient and sustainable, and understand its potential environmental impact.

Esri recently joined Autodesk in a partnership to improve the seamless integration and sharing of GIS data for AEC organizations with a new offering, ArcGIS AEC Collections. These carefully selected combinations of Esri’s ArcGIS products will help designers and engineers design smarter, more efficient buildings and infrastructure. ArcGIS AEC Collections will be showcased Tuesday, November 19–Thursday, November 21, at Esri booth #INF130 in the Expo.

Who

Stephen Brockwell, Senior Product Owner, Esri

When

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

What

Smart Cities and Intelligent Infrastructure Session: “How Smart Cities Improve Wellness for Citizens and Businesses”

9:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m.

This presentation will explore the ways that smart cities can use data and integrated technologies to improve the daily lives of their residents and businesses. Esri’s Stephen Brockwell will detail the role of building information modeling (BIM) and GIS data in providing geographic context to solve the real-world problems faced by today’s urban centers, including issues of safety, prosperity, and social engagement. Examples will include a major European city where big data and machine learning have helped model practical solutions for issues concerning energy, transportation, and urban street lighting.

“Using Autodesk and Esri for Smart Cities: The Intersection of Engineering and GIS”

2:45 p.m.–3:45 p.m.

Brockwell will discuss how users have accessed the power of BIM and GIS integrations to introduce geographic context throughout the engineering process. Specific workflows will be demonstrated to illustrate the business value of these integrations and how they influence the planning and design process.

Where

Las Vegas Sands Convention Center
3355 South Las Vegas Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 98109

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