BIM Focus at Autodesk University

Among the nearly 10,000 attendees last week at Autodesk University 2013 in Las Vegas, the buzz was all about building information modeling (BIM), evolving technology and what the future may hold. Autodesk unveiled several technologies related to BIM during the annual user conference.

Benita Mehta 12 December 2013

A Year of Rising Momentum

In 2013 we saw important changes in how geospatial professionals work and interact with their clients and colleagues. There’s more to come.

Chris Gibson 12 December 2013

What Does the FAA Roadmap for UAS Mean?

A look at how surveyors and geospatial professionals can use the outline to prepare for unmanned aircraft systems.

Joseph V.R. Paiva, PhD, PS, PE 05 December 2013

Spicer Group Discusses Mobile Mapping Service

Spicer Group of Saginaw, Mich., talks to GeoDataPoint about the company's new mobile mapping service and plans to expand.

Benita Mehta 26 November 2013

Denver Airport Project Takes Off Thanks to BIM

Building information technology helped an airport’s redevelopment program take flight. Thanks to BIM and the efforts of HTNB, the Denver International Airport South Terminal redevelopment program has overcome any turbulence and smoothed out rough edges.

John Hetzler 26 November 2013

Instant Reality—The New World of Continuous Information

Data must flow rapidly from the point of collection to where it is needed. New approaches ensure speed and accuracy in information delivery.

Alain Samaha 21 November 2013