Directions Magazine is hosting a webinar about how the City of Vancouver has implemented an integrated solution focusing on urban planning and infrastructure management. Jonathan Mark, Senior Manager GIS and CADD Services and Dan Campbell, Graphics Planner, will discuss their implementation and the use cases that drove it. The City of Vancouver uses both Autodesk and Pitney Bowes Software applications extensively, creating the 2D to 3D work flow. To date, Autodesk products have been used primarily for the design and maintenance of infrastructure, 3D modeling and visualization and web mapping, while Pitney Bowes Software’s MapInfo Professional has been used for analysis on urban planning projects. With the announcement of the strategic partnership between Autodesk and Pitney Bowes Software, the City is expecting to be better able to integrate these workflows and share information.
Ahmed Abukhater, Pitney Bowes Software Director of Global Product Management, will be joined by Justin Lokitz, Autodesk Senior Product Manager, to explain how the partnership of Autodesk and Pitney Bowes Software will benefit GIS practitioners and designers everywhere, but especially those within municipal government, transportation and natural resources. With a combined solution from both organizations GIS and BIM users are empowered to effectively realize more unified infrastructure lifecycles, from Plan -> Design-> Build-> Manage.
More specifically, the webinar will present
• Details of the City of Vancouver’s integrated GIS workflow
• Applications for urban planning, transportation and natural resource management
• Benefits of full end-to-end workflow solutions
Who should attend
GIS practitioners and managers in any industry, and especially those in government, transportation and natural resource management.
Thursday, May 3rd
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
You can register here