12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) Learning to Crawl with BIM Using the ONUMA Planning System The ONUMA Planning S...
12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) This PowerPoint presentation by the BIM Education Co-op is a slow motion instan...
12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) Focusing on the new AutoBIM (TM)  features of the ONUMA Planning System, we hop...
12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) The next 8 slides are include small screen capture images. The details are not ...
1) First open a project file in the ONUMA Planning System (OPS) and click on the AutoBIM (TM)  button 2) Then click on the...
4) Enter the 2D viewer and move your building around a Google Earth site in OPS 3) Choose a building shape,  fill in lengt...
5) Export the building to the Google Earth in OPS 6) Move your building(s) around the site
7) Click and drag the shape of your building(s) to fit the Google Earth site viewed through OPS, which records all the cha...
9) View your schematic design in 3D in OPS through 3D Google Earth  10) See your AutoBIM (TM)  project in context
11) Make click and drag changes in 3D in the Google Earth viewer and have information updates in OPS automatically 12) Exp...
12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) Learning to Crawl with BIM Using the ONUMA Planning System www.ONUMA.com - 626....
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ONUMA, Inc. has done it again! Further refinements of its web-based BIM software make it as easy as 1,2,3...12 to make a Building Information Model, land it on Google Earth make changes and see the differences in estimated cost and energy use immediately. Mike Bordenaro, Co-founder, BIM Education Co-op.

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12 Steps To CAD Recovery With AutoBIM

  1. 1. 12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) Learning to Crawl with BIM Using the ONUMA Planning System The ONUMA Planning System is a powerful, yet intuitive, web-based BIM program
  2. 2. 12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) This PowerPoint presentation by the BIM Education Co-op is a slow motion instant replay of just 5-minutes of the ONUMA, Inc. presentation on May 11, 2009
  3. 3. 12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) Focusing on the new AutoBIM (TM) features of the ONUMA Planning System, we hope to help people overcome their BIM Anxiety Syndrome so they can become productive members of the BIM society. AutoBIM (TM) is as easy as 1, 2, 3...12 AutoBIM (TM) 1 AutoBIM (TM) 2 AutoBIM (TM) 3
  4. 4. 12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) The next 8 slides are include small screen capture images. The details are not important. A BIM is created as quickly as you read this presention. We are not kidding, AutoBIM (TM) is as easy as 1, 2, 3...12 AutoBIM (TM) 1 AutoBIM (TM) 2 AutoBIM (TM) 3
  5. 5. 1) First open a project file in the ONUMA Planning System (OPS) and click on the AutoBIM (TM) button 2) Then click on the sample Project of your choice
  6. 6. 4) Enter the 2D viewer and move your building around a Google Earth site in OPS 3) Choose a building shape, fill in length, width and number of stories
  7. 7. 5) Export the building to the Google Earth in OPS 6) Move your building(s) around the site
  8. 8. 7) Click and drag the shape of your building(s) to fit the Google Earth site viewed through OPS, which records all the changes in square feet and cost and everything else 8) Generate a preliminary cost report, energy analysis. LEED checklist and other information based on all of your “click and drag” changes
  9. 9. 9) View your schematic design in 3D in OPS through 3D Google Earth 10) See your AutoBIM (TM) project in context
  10. 10. 11) Make click and drag changes in 3D in the Google Earth viewer and have information updates in OPS automatically 12) Export your refined schematic design to Revit, Archicad, EcoTect or other IFC compatible BIM desktop software program. Done!
  11. 11. 12 Steps to CAD Recovery with AutoBIM (TM) Learning to Crawl with BIM Using the ONUMA Planning System www.ONUMA.com - 626.793.7400 www.BIMeducation.com - 773.252.5888

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