Webinar: BIM and GIS IntegrationRegister
In this webinar, we explored the convergence of Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS); exploring current developments and future opportunities with geoBIM.
The session began with an introduction to the use cases of BIM in GIS and explored real-world examples to showcase successful projects where BIM and GIS were effectively combined to deliver project outcomes.
This webinar included a practical guide for implementing BIM-GIS workflows and addressed data interoperability, different platforms, data exchange, spatial analysis, and regulatory considerations to provide crucial tips and best practices for delivering geoBIM projects.
Lastly, there was discussion on emerging technologies and trends that are set to shape the future of BIM and GIS integration. From open data and interoperability to mobile geoBIM for mobilising field workers, the session explored the tools that are transforming the industry.
Tori Murrant is the Senior GIS Analyst at Monteath & Powys. Tori is a GIS professional with a strong technical background using FME and ArcGIS for database administration and spatial analysis. She specialises in integrating CAD, BIM, and GIS datasets to produce digital twins for heavy industry, construction and facilities management.
Registration is free of charge for Individual GCA Members or a low cost of $55 for all others.
The event is allocated one (1) Geospatial Council CPD point.
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Tue 21 November 2023
Fri 21 November 2025