Coming Soon — Something which close to my heart

The first person who comes to my mind is my son. He has a good imagination and he what to become a space scientist. The day when he came in my life has change me lot. He thinks outside box whatever he does in his life like his father.

In 2020 paradigm was not ready for it make people to work from home as communication was limited and information sent was not sent in proper channels. So, in April no one told me to look to improve the communication and sent…


At some point during the course of a bicycle transportation project, a planner will be asked, “why cycling?” The tried-and-true response to this question is to outline the benefits and costs of investing in cycling. Planners have no shortage of ammunition on this topic — cycling is green; cycling is affordable; cycling is good for retail business — and yet, when it comes to health benefits, we haven’t been pulling out the big guns.

When I think about riding a bicycle, the first benefits that jump to my mind (and I suspect many others’ as well) are health and fitness…


Authoring and implementing BIM (Building Information Modeling) standards can be tedious and difficult. Where do you even start? This article will present data collected from standards and guidelines of various entities, such as corporations, academia, local and federal government, and national and international groups. We’ll identify commonalities from each of the standards and compile them to produce data that you can use to develop and implement BIM standards that work for you.

We’ll delve even deeper to identify Revit-specific content needed for BIM standards and help make clear distinctions between standards and guidelines, as well as identify topics that don’t…


Authoring and implementing BIM (Building Information Modeling) standards can be tedious and difficult. Where do you even start? This article will present data collected from standards and guidelines of various entities, such as corporations, academia, local and federal government, and national and international groups. We’ll identify commonalities from each of the standards and compile them to produce data that you can use to develop and implement BIM standards that work for you.

We’ll delve even deeper to identify Revit-specific content needed for BIM standards and help make clear distinctions between standards and guidelines, as well as identify topics that don’t…


Digital bridge engineers have much to contend with. As part of the comprehensive design of any bridge, aspects including earthworks design, alignment control, site constraints and structural design requirements all need to be considered. Add to this the fact that whilst digital design and automation move us towards a world of drawing-less delivery, many bridges still require complex technical drawing and schedule production. Workflows that provide interoperability are therefore key–using Civil 3D and Revit together in the design process is the most established method in the business, and when done well creates powerful results.

No two bridges are exactly alike…


Virtual reality and other kinds of 3D visualization have been with us for decades. Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been with us for decades, too. And while architects and designers have been working to create immersive experiences from BIM models since at least the Autodesk Cyberspace project in 1988, recent advances in processors, display technology, and cloud connectivity are expanding the possibilities enabled by immersive technologies. Today, architects, engineers, and designers are using VR and other immersive experiences to convey design intent, streamline the design and construction process, and even optimize designs.

Seeing Is Believing

MRV, the leading residential construction company in Latin…


The AEC industry is heading toward Industry 4.0 and digital twins are a trend. As MEP design processes become more intelligent, digital twins are now feasible to reach and have many advantages ahead. These are powerful and can enable building owners to create smart buildings and operate with less. MEP models and point cloud scans are more accessible toward more-affordable sensors. How can we use MEP models after project handover to enhance the operation of buildings along their lifecycles?

This article provides a general introduction to the digital twin. We also discuss the process of converting MEP models to digital…


Every personal computer is made up of several components that combine to run the applications that make the PC such a useful tool. There’s the central processing unit (CPU), the graphics processing unit (GPU), memory, storage, display, and various others that are all vital to getting things done with a PC.

In this piece, we’re going to cover random-access memory (RAM), which you can think of as the PC’s short-term memory. It’s where the operating system (OS) loads when the PC is turned on and booted up, and it’s where applications run and store their information during active processing.

The basic of RAM

RAM…


As most of us are in lockdown at home, we are left to wonder what a post-coronavirus-world might look like. There’s a lot unknown about how the world will transform after we get the novel coronavirus under control, but it is extremely unlikely that things will just go back to exactly the way they were before. Our workplace are likely to change, and with it, the skills companies will require. Here are 8 job skills that are likely to be in high demand in a post-coronavirus world.

· Adaptability and Flexibility

One thing is for certain, the ways companies operate…


Ever since I was little, I dreamed of being in IT. Hiding in a windowless office, where users would request access and equipment to empower them to do their jobs. Working on cool technology and generally tinkering with the latest gear. When I was in high school, that’s what IT looked like… The world has changed. IT is no longer expected to support the business, we’re innovating to drive growth. It’s our job to transform the older outdated practices into a mobile, agile business. Migrating to SharePoint Online is the best way to transform an organization.

  1. Maintenance

With a cloud-based…

Aashish Mathew George

Entrepreneuring | curious thinker | technology advisor | photographer at stories by AMG | CTO of paradigm IT |

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