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A huge area that is frequently overlooked is the training of software operators This book addresses training in BIM processes; it does not address training in specific software tools, although this clearly is a requirement for anyone planning to use such tools Most modeling tools will be intuitive enough to allow even the inexperienced user to build relatively simple projects in a fairly short time The young generation just starting professional careers has been raised on video games and Internet exploration This is both good and bad The good part is that they are generally fearless about computers and will keep hitting various keys and clicking dialog boxes until some result is achieved; this, however, also includes the less desirable side of this approach it often lacks discipline There is only one way to master a modeling tool, and that is through discipline; without the necessary rigorous exercises the most one can achieve is advanced amateur status Now it is fair to say that unless one is interested in becoming professional, there is nothing wrong with being an amateur As a BIM manager, however, it is important to know the difference An amateur model may be remarkably different from a professional one; inaccuracies or unclear organization in a model can make them virtually unusable for any number of analytic processes It is thus imperative that proper training in a specific software tools be part of the preparation to implement BIM on a project This training will frequently have to be provided by the software developer or an outside consultant A word of caution is needed here: Make sure that what is promised by sales representatives will actually be deliverable; not all companies have a very good follow-up support record Not all software is equal when it comes to learning how to use it either; the training of staff will generally require far more of the company s resources than the actual software purchase itself Just as software salespeople are likely to promise more than they can deliver, software operators often represent themselves as being more capable than they are; in fairness to them, they do not know what they do not know, but that does leave the burden on the BIM manager who hires the operators for the performance of specific tasks Interoperability is a concept that is mentioned several times throughout this text A separate book could be written about this subject; it is important, it is complex, and it is continually changing This discussion does not address the subject in detail, but the BIM practitioner needs to become informed about the interoperability of the specific tools used on any given project; not just looking at the specification sheets of the software, but actually making the processes work on several files is a necessity It is shocking to realize how dependent everyone is on the various products that have been developed for use For most users it is simply not realistic to customize such software* The only hope is that the software developers will address the needs of the field, or (as is most often the case) the field will be able to adjust its practices to the capabilities of the available tools Both possibilities may lead to unintentional but positive surprises, as well as to frustrations and setbacks
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*Frank Gehry is an exception Gehry Industries developed a special version of CATIA, a French aeronautical design software, to address the architectural design challenges of Frank Gehry s work This tool is now commercially available for those who wish to design these types of architectural forms
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The kind of information that is desired from the BIM will determine the type of model that is required, which in turn will lead to the nature of the modeling tool that can accomplish this It may even be advantageous to compose the project of several models to be able to take advantage of different modeling tools strengths Models are by definition simulations; a model represents something it simulates it it is an abstraction of the real object This also means that the model is not real; it is an abstraction, and there will always be a difference between the model and reality It is extremely important to continue to remember this when using a model to facilitate the decision-making process in a project; sound decisions can be made only when the level of abstraction and the reliability of a model are clearly understood The implications of construction tolerances are important relative to model accuracy; tolerances are how reality deals with abstraction Generally 3D models do not address tolerance; they are exact, just as 2D drawings state exact dimensions for components In reality, however, where the real components have to fit, tolerance is required because reality never matches the degree of perfection of the abstraction in a model A mathematical model can be composed of a structure of mathematical formulas representing a certain process, which can be studied by manipulating the variables in the formulas or by adjusting the formulas in relation to one another Generally a model is created to aid in the visualization and understanding of a process, or an object Models are used to represent, analyze, communicate, etc If a picture is worth thousand words, then it could perhaps be said that a 3D model is worth a thousand pictures
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These types of models have been in use for a long time and can be seen as visual aids in process planning Examples are Gantt charts for a schedule; graphs, bar or pie charts, etc, for spreadsheet information, drawings, and diagrams, and endless other model representations of information The model represents the information in such a way that it allows the viewer to visualize its impact or relevance This does not refer to the modeling of non-3D elements in a BIM, such as project inspections, submittal approvals, etc There are various methods to represent these sorts of events by hyperlinking placeholder 3D elements in the BIM to information of a non3D nature
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