There’s nothing like design software for generating a ton of data. And every time you add another dimension, data volumes multiply. Working with four dimensions (three spatial and one time), Business Information Modeling (BIM) is no exception. In the past, this kind of application required specialized, high-powered workstations with big budgets and geeks galore in attendance. Trying to do your BIM on site was unthinkable unless you paid out serious money for a portable (well, ‘luggable’) PC that you could take with you to carry on running the software in the field.