When it comes to generating and expressing technical and artistic ideas, professionals in the AEC industry rely mostly on paper and pencil. Since the advent of the first generation of design software, architects and engineers have used 2D CAD to conceptualize and develop their projects. Although it takes a little while to adapt to using a tablet-pointer or mouse, the immense potential is evident immediately.
Designing a component once and printing it as many times as necessary saved significant time and improved the accuracy and fidelity of designs. Initially, design applications aided only in producing 2D drawings. Only after the release of newer generations of CAD software and modeling applications did AEC professionals recognize the potential of 3D modeling.
Why a Flexible BIM Tool Matters
An AEC company usually undertakes a variety of projects of different scales, complexities, and requirements. With tools that allow organizations to align their activities with project needs while making use of their employees’ skills and experience, organizations can create more efficient workflows.
Architects, structural designers, ventilation technicians, plumbers, and electrical engineers can all use the software. Bentley Building Electrical Systems replaces Bentley Building Mechanical Systems and Bentley Building Structural Modeler and is the next generation of Bentley BIM products.
The Magic behind Open-Buildings Designer
AEC professionals have always faced the critical challenge of designing anything with unlimited information properties. Open-Buildings Designer, feature-rich, parametric, and object-based design software, breaks down those barriers. Additionally, it can read and write a variety of file formats relevant to a variety of disciplines and industries and provides designers with a broad range of options for exploring geometry and data.
Published By Arka Roy www.bimoutsourcing.com