Location and Design: The Unification of What, Where & Why

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LOCATION AND DESIGN

The fusion of what, where, and why

Transformation

Look at the key trends transforming the global infrastructure landscape.

Construction

Construction

Output expected to double by 2025.

Buildings

13K buildings built per day and still not on pace with demand.

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Urbanization

200K people moving to cities every day.

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Investment

$3.7T infrastructure spend needed to keep pace with demand.

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Population Growth

By 2050, the urban population will increase by 75%.

A New Approach: Integrating BIM & GIS

A traditional view of GIS and BIM has a GIS technology managing capital portfolios while BIM processes are used for delivering capital projects.

What if you could? With Autodesk you can.

What if you could bring different types of information together, including geospatial data, to create an information model that forms the basis for planning, analysis & simulation, sustainability, visualization and more?

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Why current ways of working are not keeping pace.

How design and location intelligence can come together for a more holistic view of infrastructure design and development.

Videos that explore use cases across the project lifecycle.

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