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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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