ArcGIS Pro - 3D Modeling using ArcGIS 10 and ArcGIS Pro
What you'll learn
- 3D Analyisis
- City modeling
- ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS 10 functionalities for 3D analyisis
- BIM - GIS interaction
- ArcGIS pro basic
This is a course for third-dimensional geospatial analysis enthusiasts.
ArcGIS is one of the most used platforms worldwide for managing GIS data. In this course, we will explore 3D functions for handling, analyzing, editing data and even interacting with BIM infrastructure modeling data.
Already the maps are not only displayed in 2D, there is a need to see beyond, and even the relationship of structures or phenomena with their environment. 3D data modeling allows a better appreciation of what is happening or how to further improve the spaces, it provides a comprehensive and visually understandable analysis for everyone
If you have knowledge in the operation and handling of 2D GIS data in ArcGIS, this course will help you delve into 3D data modeling and use the most suitable tools to build efficient projects.
We must emphasize that to get the most out of this course, we recommend you check out our ArcGIS Pro Basic and Advanced #AulaGEO courses, as this one focuses on 3D content. For ease of use, some lessons show how ArcGIS 10 works since managing data is much easier than with ArcGIS Pro.
Course content includes:
We hope you enjoy the course.
Definition of 3d Analyst
Preparing 2D data In Desktop
Opening Arcgis pro/Linking folderd
opening blank scene
3D visualization options
3D Symbology, Editing and Animation
ArcGIS Pro Demonstration
3D data management
Advanced visualization and 3D data editing
Advance Visualization / Clustering
Creating/Modifying 3D buildings in 3D
Changing 3D attribute for Extrusion
Identifying Features on Base map
Other visualization choices
Visualization of new objects
Viewshade on the 3D environment
Building information modeling for 3D GIS interoperability
Introduction to BIM
Preparing BIM data
Exploring BIM Data
BIM layer controls
In addition to the previous information, we have included at the end an introductory lesson to the BIM methodology that is important in this 4th digital age. ArcGIS as an integral platform has allowed the management of BIM data in IFC (Industry Foundation Classes) and Autodesk Revit (RVT) formats. BIM data are also GIS data sources that must be associated with a coordinate system, that is, have location specifications in order to be displayed in ArcGIS Pro, and are read as polyline, point, or multipatch features.
#AulaGEO To get the most out of this course, we recommend you check out our ArcGIS Pro Basic and Advanced #AulaGEO courses, as this one focuses on 3D content. For ease of use, some lessons show how ArcGIS 10 works since managing data is much easier than with ArcGIS Pro.
Who this course is for:
- GIS users
- Geospatial enthusiasts
- ArcGIS users
- Geomatic, engineering, architecture and land management users
We choose the best courses and make them available to new audiences.
Our training offer covers the entire spectrum of data intelligence:
Art - Capture - Modeling - Design - Construction - Operation. Using technological development and process improvement as a transverse thread.
The creators of courses with which we have decided to work have been carefully selected, to offer a complementary set of knowledge. We firmly believe that today people do not seek courses to fill their walls with diplomas; but to make their abilities more productive.