Leica To Share Innovative BIM Solutions During AU
Autodesk University 2015 will be held Dec. 1-3 in Las Vegas
At Autodesk University 2015, being held Dec. 1-3 at The Venetian in Las Vegas, Leica Geosystems will show how workflow solutions developed in collaboration with Autodesk bring building information modeling (BIM) full circle for a holistic building construction approach.
“To be successful, today’s construction teams have to find a way to accomplish more with less; they have to be faster and more accurate and also use resources as efficiently as possible,” says Ken Mooyman, president of Hexagon Geosystems NAFTA. “The alliance between Leica Geosystems and Autodesk makes it much easier for construction teams to use a full-circle BIM process to achieve these goals.”
Highlights of the event will include:
- Workflow demonstrations at Leica Geosystems Booth 1311, Autodesk Booth 535 and BIM City that show simple, yet powerful workflows for incorporating 3D laser scanning and digital layout into construction projects for efficient and accurate pre-design as-built, construction layout and construction validation.
- A printed resource for attendees, available at Booth 1311, that guides construction professionals through the full-circle BIM workflows and shares best practices for an efficient BIM process.
- A practical class on Dec. 2, taught by Cathi Hayes of Leica Geosystems and Stanley Lawrence of Datum Tech Solutions, that explores strategies for achieving streamlined BIM to robotic total station layout with solutions from Autodesk and Leica Geosystems.
- An exclusive “by invitation only” reception on Dec. 2 that brings together dreamers, thinkers and doers to share insights and exchange ideas.
About Leica Geosystems
With close to 200 years of experience pioneering solutions to measure the world, Leica Geosystems products and services help customers worldwide capture, analyze and present spatial information. Leica Geosystems is best known for its broad array of products that capture accurately, model quickly, analyze easily, and visualize and present spatial information.