Five government digital design predictions for 2020

The past few years have been exciting ones for the government digital design community. The adoption of next generation building information modeling (BIM) solutions and new 3d modeling technologies have drastically increased the capabilities of the people that design, build…

Drones and GIS – what the future holds for Tampa International Airport

In our last article on the GovDesignHub, we featured part one of a two-part conversation with Jose Covarrubias, the BIM/CAD Manager at the Tampa International Airport. In his short time since joining the airport, Jose has been working to bring…

Tampa International Airport benefits from BIM in facilities management

Many people know about the benefits that BIM modeling can deliver in the design and construction of a new building. But the benefits of BIM models don’t end when the construction crews leave and the ribbon is cut. There are…

Four ways that BIM and GIS integration benefits infrastructure projects

In a recent article on their Infrastructure Reimagined online publication, Autodesk’s Infrastructure Technical Marketing Manager, John Sayre, talks about the recent Esri User Conference in San Diego. During his time at the conference, John learned how GIS can be used to…

The future of AEC: why we need to close the gap between BIM and GIS

If you’re heading to Autodesk University this year or plan to catch up with the sessions on-demand after the event, then you’ll notice that many of the sessions focus on the intersection of engineering and GIS. Much of this is…

BIM and GIS integration: 5 compelling public sector use cases

In late 2017, Autodesk and Esri announced a partnership to build a bridge between their respective BIM and GIS technologies. Here on GovDesignHub we also discussed what this means for government infrastructure design/build projects, most notably the ability to synthesize information from both BIM…

10 “can’t miss” infrastructure sessions from Autodesk University 2018 – now on-demand

If you couldn’t attend Autodesk University (AU) 2018, not to worry, hundreds of the sessions are now available to view on-demand, for free. For govies on tight budgets, this is great news. Even better, many of them sessions, particularly those…

Three Benefits of BIM 360 for Transportation Infrastructure Design

The number of cars traveling on American roads is at an all-time high. With so much volume and reliance on our roads, those responsible for designing, building, and maintaining transportation infrastructure are under more pressure than ever to ensure that…

Autodesk and Esri make good on promise to connect BIM and GIS

You may recall in late 2017 Autodesk and Esri announced a partnership to build a bridge between their respective BIM and GIS technologies. Earlier this Spring we discussed what this means for government infrastructure design/build projects, most notably the ability…

What the Autodesk and ESRI Partnership Means for Government Infrastructure

Late in 2017, Autodesk and ESRI announced a new partnership to “advance infrastructure planning and design”. The relationship was positioned to help build a bridge between building information modeling (BIM) and GIS technologies. But what does this relationship mean for…