HKM (Huettenwerk Krupp Mannesmann) is specialized in the input material production of steel with all necessary process steps—from pig iron production, including the coking plant and sintering plant—up to production of steel, steel slabs, and round steel bars in the continuous casting process. Today, HKM is a steel enterprise which is setting new, worldwide standards within production and environmental protection. And HKM is setting standards in the IT, too—by implementing a true intelligent model of the whole plant, HKM is number one in the industry, having a complete 3D model of their factory site, including inside and outside equipment. This class describes best practice workflows using AutoCAD® Plant 3D, AutoCAD® Civil 3D®, Autodesk® Revit® Structure, Autodesk® Inventor®, and AutoCAD® Map 3D software for creating a database-driven 3D model in Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler software.
- Better handle gigabytes of graphical data
- Explain how enterprise resource planning (ERP) and CAD/GIS work together to save time and money and reduce errors
- Describe best practices for day-to-day CAD and GIS management in large enterprises
- Manage data from different file formats, databases, and products in one environment
'90-'97 Man and Machine Germany, Business Development Manager AEC '97-'99 Business Development Manager, Smallworld Germany (now part of GE) '99-'05 Managing Director c-plan Germany, acquisition of c-plan by Autodesk in 2005 '05-'09 Sales Manager and Business Development for Autodesk Germany '09-today: Managing Director of Man and Machine, Infrastructure solutions Division
CAD, GIS, and landscape architecture have inspired Markus since he attended university. In his roles as a CAD and GIS user, project manager, solution implementer, educator, and technical salesperson, Markus has gathered a wealth of experience in the Infrastructure and web mapping business. He is especially skilled at working with users to develop solutions, particularly for utilities, land planning companies, and government departments. Markus is a member of the AEC technical sales team in Central Europe and blogs for his “Geospatial Navigator” (German).