GIS is transforming AEC firms through improved workflows, better collaboration, and strategic partnerships to build smart communities and assets for the future. Add location to design to understand projects in context and deliver repeatable solutions.
One platform for AEC
The Esri location analytics platform provides architecture, engineering and construction firms with a single-point-of-truth for managing the entire infrastructure lifecycle.
The platform enables everyone within your organisation to use and share data – to generate information and insights capable of radically transforming workflows and driving efficiencies.
Whether you are in the office or working from a construction site, the Esri platform provides instant mapping, reporting and analytics capabilities for all teams, functions and disciplines.
Via a simple log-in, users can access a variety of ready-to-use maps containing information on infrastructure, regulatory compliance or BIM, and countless other areas – at any time and through any device.
Explore a real-life scenario
Improve your project site planning with ArcGIS. AEC firms can design with a geographic context, update field inventory and maintenance updates, and quickly share project updates with internal and external stakeholders.
Develop a site plan
With your GIS data and Esri's ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World, architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) firms are able to organize all the context for their project sites.
With Esri's apps for the field, your team can inventory and identify assets in and around your project site.
Design with geographic context
Understand built and natural environments and impacts. Mitigate costly mistakes during the construction process.
Improve collaboration with stakeholders
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol built a digital asset twin of the airport to run simulations, and save time and money.
Learn how an innovative BIM-GIS solution broke productivity records for the delivery of a world-class rail project.
Presenter: Dustin Edge, Melbourne Airport
Discover how a centralised spatial asset register is empowering decision-makers in a fast paced, high-risk and complex environment.