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Sudarshan Ramalingam

UT20885: Connecting the Dots—How to Integrate BIM Within the Enterprise

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how Autodesk BIM solution architecture can be capitalized on in your enterprise
  • Explore and learn how to integrate BIM into your enterprise architecture
  • Learn how to identify the BIM-related data existing in the enterprise which needs to be related and distributed
  • Learn how to use Autodesk BIM solution APIs for integrated flow of information through the enterprise

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Description

Description

Building Information Modeling (BIM) delivers value by providing an underpinning for the creation, aggregation, and exchange of models and corresponding intelligent structured data. The availability of powerful solutions in the BIM standard, both on-premise and in the cloud, creates a challenge and, hence, opportunity to implement a scalable integration architecture in the enterprise. While BIM Tools has largely focused on design and construction phases of assets, it also has important applications across entire lifecycles of assets, and is therefore a key enabler of improving asset management. This class will attempt to showcase technology best practices in TOGAF Enterprise architecture to help customers realize the vision of the business stakeholders to connect BIM data with other asset information and also make it available to the entire enterprise and beyond, including their suppliers and end customers. This session features AutoCAD Electrical and BIM 360 Field. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Utility Construction Manager, Utility Designer, Utility Standards Manager, Utility CAD Manager, Substation Designer, IT Manager, IT Architect

Speakers

Speakers

Sudarshan Ramalingam

Sudarshan Ramalingam has been a solutions architect for over 20 years, and he has extensive consulting experience in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industries, enterprise integration, and related technologies. Ramalingam has delivered successful projects in the utility industry, and he has the experience of the whole project lifecycle. He is also experienced in delivering solutions for the telecom, utilities, construction, and airline industries. He has a strong enterprise-integration and database-technology background, and he has extensive experience in use of open standards and middleware for on-premise and cloud technologies. He is currently responsible for creating enterprise architecture-to-integration Building Information Modeling (BIM) into customer enterprises.

Jim Mcnicol

Dr. James McNicol is the group manager for technical consulting delivery with Autodesk Consulting. Jim leads the technical consulting groups responsible for designing and deploying Autodesk products in the Americas. Jim also oversees consulting activities such as estimating, scoping, and enterprise architecture design. Prior to joining Autodesk, Jim led a worldwide organization providing advisory consulting services for system architecture, analytics, mobile solutions, and customization. Jim was also Chief Architect and technical lead for Global Services at PTC. Jim received his Ph.D. in engineering from Wayne State University, where his research focused on decision optimization, data intelligence, and information reuse leveraging collaboration environments.

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Published

  • 2016
  • UT20885
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • AutoCAD Electrical
  • BIM 360 Field

Industries

  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction
  • Engineering Service Providers

Topics

  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Building Construction