Urmil Vaidhya

AV & ACOUSTICS DESIGN CONSULTANT, AV Design Solution Engineer, Casaplex - US (Remote Support)

About Urmil Vaidhya

  • Started Journy as Live sound System Engineer For small AV company in 2007.
  • Then join one Dubbing studio and Done Some Movies Dubbing and Music Mixing Till 2008.
  • After 2008 Started working as Freelancer for Audio Jobs as Recording, Dubbing and Mixing engineer for regional language Music and Movies.
  • From 2010 corporate journey Started with Manufacturer of AV Acessories in India.
  • Till 2012 worked as Technical Marketing team Head for the Product developments and Possible solutions for Pro Audio and Video Industry Acessories.
  • After 2013 Started working for Pro Audio Industry Products as BDM for West India.
  • From 2016 Working as Individual Audio, Video and Acoustics Design Consultant for freelance projects across India.
  •  Had work remote support to a company called Hit-Play Technologies - Canada, as AV Solution Design Engineer. From November 2022 to April 2024.
  • Working with Casaplex as AV Design Engineer for the ELV and AV both categories of solutions design. Since May 2024.

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Architecture/ Engineering Content Creation Experience Design Live Events/Meeting Planning Media


Consulting Design Solutions Development



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May 02, 2024

What is BIM and how it's different then CAD?

BIM stands for Building Information Modeling. It's a process that involves creating and managing digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places. In simpler terms, BIM is a digital tool used in architecture, engineering, and construction industries for designing, visualizing, simulating, and managing building projects throughout their lifecycle.

BIM differs from CAD (Computer-Aided Design) in several ways:

  1. Information-rich: While CAD primarily deals with 2D or 3D geometric representations, BIM goes beyond by incorporating additional information such as spatial relationships, geographic information, quantities, and properties of building components. This richer data allows for better decision-making throughout the lifecycle of a building.

  2. Lifecycle management: BIM encompasses the entire lifecycle of a building, from conceptualization to demolition. It facilitates collaboration and coordination among various stakeholders including architects, engineers, contractors, and facility managers throughout the design, construction, and operation phases.

  3. Interoperability: BIM encourages interoperability among different disciplines and software platforms. It enables seamless integration of various building components and systems, fostering better coordination and communication among project teams.

  4. Simulation and analysis: BIM enables the simulation and analysis of various aspects of a building such as structural integrity, energy performance, lighting, and HVAC systems. This helps in optimizing design decisions and improving the overall performance of the building.

  5. Visualization: BIM provides advanced visualization capabilities, allowing stakeholders to visualize the building in 3D and even experience virtual walkthroughs. This aids in better understanding and communication of design intent.

Overall, while CAD focuses primarily on creating geometric representations, BIM provides a more comprehensive approach by incorporating rich data and facilitating collaboration throughout the lifecycle of a building.

Comment on GPS to CTS!
Mar 03, 2022

Thank you @Kelly Smith, for giving this easy to understand roadmap, useful for anyone desirous of attaining their certification goals. A quick tip from me to all who are preparing for their CTS - do reach out to others who may be preparing for their certification for learning collaboratively, or even those already certified to learn from their experience of having gone through the whole process!

Simples my tips for CTS.

1. Follow the Question properly.

2. Don't get hurry to give answers .

3. Flag the Questions in which you get confused.

4. I finished my exam in 1 hour. But take 2 hour to answer flag questions. Utilize full 3 hours of exam.

5. CTS is not only a exam or certification. Its about hows your attitude towards industry and it's practice you want follow.

6. So don't get nervous about exam. If you fails it's not mean you don't know anything. Try again and again. Is still have problem our master Gopal sir is always their to help you.

7. If anything resisting or confusing you from the language point then we have world wide volunteer team who can explain you engineering terms in simple language. 

8. After CTS please use the standard as much as possible. Because for that only we are connected to eachother.