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Tony DiMarco

UT1951: My Generation: Advances in Utility Network Visualization Using InfraWorks

(Duration 45:24)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Describe best practices for getting started with InfraWorks, ReCap and PLM 360
  • Identify ways that InfraWorks, ReCap and PLM 360 might benefit the utility workflows
  • Recognize the various limitations of current product solutions
  • Describe the future direction of reality capture and augmented reality technology

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This class discusses the results of an Advanced Infrastructure Analysis Technology assessment recently conducted by Autodesk Consulting for a major electric and gas utility that has over 15 million customers. A key focus of the engagement was the evaluation of emerging mobile and visualization technologies of potential benefit to the client's gas transmission and distribution network operations for both the short-term and long-term replacement of current mobile solutions. In this class, we demonstrate a number of Autodesk products, including InfraWorks civil infrastructure design software, ReCap™ reality capture software, and Autodesk® PLM 360 cloud-based product lifecycle management software. We highlight current advances in emerging technologies, including reality capture and augmented reality. We discuss the business requirements that were identified, the current limitations and advantages of each solution, and the final short-term and long-term recommendations that were presented.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Utility executives, operations managers, and BIM managers who are interested in getting more from their existing GIS, asset management, and back-office information systems to improve mobile field worker productivity and situational awareness

Speakers

Speakers

Tony DiMarco

Tony is a Business Consultant for Autodesk Global Services focusing on the utility industry. He received his bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from New York University School of Engineering and Science and his Master's in Business Administration from NYU Stern Graduate School of Business. He pioneered GIS in the electric and gas utility industry in the 1980s, leading an R&D project to explore the technology and the team that subsequently implemented the first production GIS at Con Edison of NY. He has consulted to the global utility and telecommunication industry in the areas of CAD, geospatial information systems, enterprise resource planning, outage management systems and mobile workforce management. He had directed professional services, business development, and industry strategy for several Fortune 500 firms including Intergraph, Oracle, GE Energy and Autodesk. He has been a frequent speaker at number of utility industry conferences including GITA and Distributech.

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Published

  • 2013
  • UT1951
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Infrastructure Modeler

Industry

  • Utilities & Telecom

Topics

  • Utilities