Geoff Cook

Geoff is Senior Product Marketing Manager for ArcGIS GeoBIM and GIS/BIM interoperability at Esri. With 10+ years working in the technology and sustainability sectors, he has supported the go-to-market and growth efforts of several enterprise cloud solutions. First encountering GIS during his Environmental Management studies, Geoff has always had a passion for design, innovation, and sustainable practices.

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What’s New in ArcGIS GeoBIM (February 2024 Release)

ArcGIS GeoBIM is now available in ArcGIS Enterprise—the complete geospatial IT system for managing and sharing GIS data with BIM and CAD.

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What’s New in ArcGIS GeoBIM (November 2023 Release)

The November 2023 release extends collaboration into the field by integrating ArcGIS GeoBIM with ArcGIS Field Maps.

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Extend ArcGIS GeoBIM to the field with ArcGIS Field Maps

With ArcGIS GeoBIM and ArcGIS Field Maps, a streamlined digital workflow replaces paper-based processes and extends BIM integration to the field.

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Esri at Autodesk University 2023

Join Esri at Autodesk University 2023 and learn how to enhance your projects with geographic information system (GIS) technology.

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What’s New in ArcGIS GeoBIM (October 2023 Release)

The October 2023 release improves the user authentication experience for connecting to Autodesk Construction Cloud.

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Using Autodesk Bridge with ArcGIS GeoBIM for Efficient Collaboration

Learn how using ArcGIS GeoBIM with Bridge in Autodesk Construction Cloud can save you time on BIM projects.

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Using User-specified Coordinate Systems in ArcGIS GeoBIM Projects

Learn how to select coordinate systems with custom and national basemaps for ArcGIS GeoBIM Projects.

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GIS and BIM/CAD at the Esri User Conference 2023

Discover how you can learn more about connecting ArcGIS with BIM and CAD data at the 2023 Esri User Conference (UC).

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What’s New in ArcGIS GeoBIM (June 2023 Release)

The June 2023 release adds support for connecting 2D/3D GIS and BIM data, as well as improvements to app usability and georeferencing.

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