If you’re an AutoCAD user looking for simple ways to adopt BIM and the right reasons to do so, please join us for this free seminar where we’ll introduce you to:
- A simple BIM process.
- Advantages and new technologies that it procures.
- How smooth the transition can be between working in traditional CAD and the BIM.
- Testimonials of Small and medium size BIM adopters.
AutoCAD is a very powerful program, but it’s falling short of coordinating with newer technologies—all while the adopters of BIM are constantly improving their deliverables. After all, the BIM is what streamlines a project’s workflow so users can:
- Better explore your project and therefore improve your design.
- Avoid mistakes due to different modifications.
- Improve the coordination between the different disciplines.
- Better analyze the building’s properties.
- Better communicate ideas in your project.
At the End of this Session, You Will Understand:
- The BIM process, as well as current technologies that can be harnessed through a BIM workflow.
- A simplification of the workflow through BIM, allowing for improved design.
- Improvement of communication with clients and contractors.
- How to flawlessly communicate between AutoCAD and BIM software like ARCHICAD, importing and exporting with DWG, and building your project from AutoCAD drawings into a smart model.
- The transition to BIM and its financial implications.
- Introduction to BIM
- How to successfully adopt BIM
- Testimonials of BIM adopters
- Basic BIM operations
- Working within the BIM in 2D, the AutoCAD way
- Importing AutoCAD files, inserting XREF files
- Automatic elevations, sections, and plan layouts
- Automatic dimensioning—interior and exterior
- Productivity increases and cost of ownership
- Advanced visualization techniques
- And more!
Snacks and refreshments will be served!
Your presenter is Camille Chami of CADcentre, ARCHICAD Reseller for Eastern Canada
Camille Chami has worked as an Architect for more than 15 years. During those practicing years, Camille was drawn to Cad Management and enjoyed exploring the latest technological solutions available.
In 2007, he founded CadCentre (earlier called Cadtopia), to offer Architects, Engineers, and Designers high-end software solutions, including all aspects of integration, utilization, training and technical support.