My last blog post reminded me to find this video for you. If you think you have technology problems now, you can be happy knowing that there have been technology issues for as long as man has been in existence. Things like fire, sundials, the compass, the wheel and everything else you can think of always had user errors.
Today's problems are nothing new. Does that make them any less annoying? Of course not. Should you keep using the same old technology because you don't want to have to deal with the issues of newer technology? Well, that's up to you, but remember that those who do adopt the newer technologies in their life are more efficient, profitable and successful after they have learned and implemented that new technology.
The rest of the world doesn't stop because you still want to draw lines, circles and arcs on a computer screen. Will you always need someone like me and my technical staff to help you push through the trainsition. Yes, I made up a new word for the switch from CAD to BIM.
trainsition [trænˈzɪʃən]nSo, sit back and enjoy this short video and please, don't try this at home alone. No architects were harmed in the making of this video.1. change or passage from one technology or process to another using a BIM technology consultant2. the period of time during which something changes from one technology or process to another using a BIM technology consultant
3. the use of training, implementation and support to migrate from CAD to BIM in an efficient and professional manner
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