Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility.
BIM is a process involving the creation, generation, design, revision, construction and management of digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places, buildings and general infrastructure throughout the planned lifespan of a project.
The Model itself is created within a CAD design program that various interested parties are able to access.
Versatile radiators have BIM components for all of their products so you can use these 3D models to visualise and analyse entire projects regarding radiators.
As a result, you can identify and resolve problems early in the design phase – when decisions can have the greatest impact on cost, schedule and sustainability.
Building Information Models (BIMs) are files containing data which can be incorporated into the model and as such can be viewed, exchanged, network or revised in one place.
As only the one Model exists, all interested parties can view the Model and all of them will see the same information, at the same time, but being able to concentrate on the section of the model that is specifically relevant to them. This is crucial, especially if there are any changes made to the Model that could affect how the various components relate to each other.
Notification of any changes to the various parts (or BIMs) means that all interested parties would be advised in “Real Time” rather than having to wait for a new set of drawings to be made on a conventional CAD system and then issued to the concerned parties.
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