Monthly Archives for June 2011

BIM and Interoperability

by Kimon Onuma So what is the deal with sharing data between the various BIM applications? Why can’t we open a Revit file in ArchiCAD, or Bentley, or SketchUp or Autocad, or Illustrator? Wait a sec – is Illustrator BIM? … Continue reading

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Integrated BIM

by James L. Salmon, Esq. The current best efforts at BIM result in something called a Federated BIM Model, which is an amalgamation of models created on disparate software platforms by a series of disparate entities bound together, at best, … Continue reading

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