The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of Sept. 25th – Oct. 1st, 2016.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post from practical BIM, about how for BIM to work you need good models!
Now for all the news from the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
Here are this weeks AEC/BIM Podcasts
If you missed last weeks ConTechTrio Podcast then head on over to the ConAppGuru’s Blog and check out his recap.
Trends can mean a lot of different things, so take a look at this post from BIM ThinkSpace and see what you think of these trends.
If you are wondering about the new iOS 10 update, and you work in construction you should check out this from the ConAppGuru Blog.
If you are using Navisworks 2017, check out this post from What Revit Wants about the first update.
Some more helpful info from What Revit Wants.
Now for a little lesson in Survey Points from Revit OpEd.
Keeping with Revit OpEd, here is a post about a bug in Revit 2017.
Now for a little electrical love for you MEP Revit users, from Applying Technology to Architecture.
I came across this next post on LinkedIn and found it interested so thought I would share. (Kenton Grant)
Who knew that the Final Frontier wasn’t Star Trek? I think maybe The Architect’s Companion.
How about a little help with Linework in Revit from the RevitCat.
Let’s all have some fun with Macros with this post from ArchSmarter.
There are many, many benefits to BIM, but here are the Top 3 as seen by BIM Outsourcing.
Now for some Bluebeam knowledge from the Revit Geeks Blog.
Here are a couple of great posts from Revit Add-ons, be sure to check out the video.
Now for the gatherings of the week from the ConAppGuru.
I will end this week’s Roundup with what we can expect from the Future of self-driving cars, from Futurism.