About Autodesk Revit Building Autodesk Revit Building is Autodesk's state-of-the-art building information modeling system that mirrors the real world of architecture by letting architects and designers work on buildings holistically, rather than in terms of separate floor plans, sections and elevations.
What does BIMS stand for?
BIMS stands for Building Information Modeling System (construction automation)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 20 other meanings of BIMS in our Acronym Attic
- Biobank Information Management System
- Biomedical Science (educational course/major)
- Biometric Information Management and Security
- Book Information Management System
- Branson Interactive Multimedia Services (Branson, MO)
- Brief Interview for Mental Status (cognitive assessment)
- British and Irish Meteorite Society
- British Institute of Management Studies (UK)
- British International Motor Show (UK)
- Builders Inventory Marketing Services LP (Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex)
- Busan International Middle School (Busan, South Korea)
- Business Information Management Systems
- Business Initiative Management System
- Business Integrated Management System (Australia)
- Business Inventory Management System
- Butterflies In My Stomach
- Binary Input Memoryless Symmetric Channel
- Bundes-Immissions-Schutz-Gesetz (German: federal emissions control law)
- Bundesimmissionsschutzverordnung (German: federal immission control regulation)
- Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand-Economic Cooperation
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From large, multi-building campus projects to the most carefully designed interiors, the Autodesk Revit building information modeling system supports the building process from design concept through completion.
The success we experienced in 2002 points to the fact that ArchiCAD's Building Information Modeling system is delivering real productivity enhancements that traditional 2D applications simply fail to offer.