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 BIM is a term invented by Autodesk, to give a generic name to the category of software like Revit.  A //BIM// software talks about information inside the model of a building. That information need not be just the visual 3D of the building. It would be things like cost, properties of material, name of supplier and a zillion other stuff. BIM was coined only around 2007(?) or so.  BIM is a term invented by Autodesk, to give a generic name to the category of software like Revit.  A //BIM// software talks about information inside the model of a building. That information need not be just the visual 3D of the building. It would be things like cost, properties of material, name of supplier and a zillion other stuff. BIM was coined only around 2007(?) or so. 
  
-The questions that BIM addresses was being asked almost from the sixties.  But BIM is lot more pithy term that allowed people to catch on fast. +The questions that BIM addresses were being asked almost from the sixties.  But BIM is lot more pithy term that allowed people to catch on fast. 
  
 Before adopting the term BIM, TAD was referred to object-oriented design software.  And no TAD is not like Revit.  Or Archicad or any of the IFC based BIM software.  Since TAD can talk of all those non-visual properties also ; we still use the term BIM here. Before adopting the term BIM, TAD was referred to object-oriented design software.  And no TAD is not like Revit.  Or Archicad or any of the IFC based BIM software.  Since TAD can talk of all those non-visual properties also ; we still use the term BIM here.

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