GIM - March 2017

GIM - March 2017

Building information modelling (BIM) is a hot topic in architecture, engineering and construction. BIM supports a more intelligent approach to planning, construction and the use of buildings. The geomatics industry is well positioned to take the lead in the management of the geospatial data that plays a crucial role in BIM. This issue has a strong focus on BIM and the surveying field.                                                                                              (Image source: Autodesk / Network Rail and Jacobs)

This issue contains the following articles:

  • BIM: The New GIS for the Industry 
  • A New Model for Surveyors 
  • Digital Transformation in New Zealand
  • Paving the Way for Self-driving Cars

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