This class will identify and prove the power of laser scan data, photogrammetry, and the resulting meshes and points in the design process. Using a live data set, industry professionals will demonstrate the simplicity, the flexibility, and the range of uses from a multidisciplinary point of view. They will then use scan data to redefine use of the phrase “as-built” for new building construction by introducing the concept of CPR (Construction Progress Recording) and how we can truly produce as-built Building Information Modeling (BIM) data sets for use in the real-world operation of buildings. They'll be talking about scanning hardware; Autodesk, Inc., software; data sources (laser and photographs); and the use of Autodesk cloud services to capture, process, and validate the data.
- Learn the benefits of scan data in the design process and selecting the right Autodesk software for the job
- Learn how easy it is to integrate survey data into your BIM files—whatever the scale of your project
- Learn and understand the term: Construction Progress Recording (CPR)
- Learn how to use Navisworks to validate construction scan data versus design data
Casey D Rutland is an architect and Associate Director at Arup Associates, specialising in BIM project design and delivery. He is responsible for the Architectural application of BIM processes throughout the company's offices. Whilst fulfilling the role of overall BIM co-ordinator on Arup's major projects and others across the Arup group, Casey is often found in infrastructure, engineering, knowledge-sharing and education forums.Casey continues to lead the implementation of relevant technologies to extract the most from Arup's models, co-ordinates ongoing training at office and project level and leads the assessment of other software tools and updates. The experience Arup has, enables the team to exploit the benefits of the BIM process, opening up opportunities to work with consultants outside of the AEC industry, leveraging the power of an advanced way of working.
Software Application Specialist - Mapping Software - Terrestrial & Mobile LiDAR, UAS, BIM Applications, GNSS & Total Station Survey. Expertise & Focus: RTK GPS and Augmented Reality; Geospatial Imaging, primarily on the application of 3D measurement, digital photogrammetry and lidar; BIM process relating to survey. Work Environments: Academic and industrial work experience, works for Topcon, a survey instrumentation manufacturer involved with application engineering, product support, management and marketing. Specialties: Application Engineering, High Precision Positioning. GNSS, Total Stations, LiDAR, Mass Data Collection.
Rebecca De Cicco is a digital design specialist who completed her honors in architecture in 2001. Her keen interest in digital technologies and how they can evolve and ultimately change the construction industry has always been at the forefront of her thinking. After a series of successful senior roles in varied architectural organizations, Rebecca now manages her own consultancy, providing advice and insight to construction professionals on advanced digital workflow on live projects. Rebecca is one of the team leaders for the U.K. Construction Industry Council BIM 2050 Group, which is a team of young professionals aiming to steer the industry and its government drivers toward a Digital Built Britain. She sits on the User Group for Building Smart U.K., and she is the founder of the Women in BIM (Building Information Modeling) incentive. Rebecca is an Autodesk University speaker and an Autodesk Feedback Community attendee.