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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 033 – Aug. 12th – Aug. 18th, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Aug. 12th – Aug. 18th, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a short Video from Jason Boehning via his LinkedIn page give a nice summary of last week’s BILT North America in St. Louis. Be sure to check out his other #BILTNA videos on his page.

#BILTNA quick summary! hashtag#BIM hashtag#construction


2) Podcast – From The Getting Simple Podcast

Nono Martínez Alonso — Who’s Up Next?

3) Podcast – From Brittanie of Constructrr

Blockchain for Collaborative Communities

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Ephraim Feig, is an IEEE Life Fellow and has a Ph.D. in Mathematics. He was the manager of Signal Processing and Coding at IBM’s Watson Research Center; CTO and CMO at Kintera, an early cloud company; Senior Director of Services Architecture at Motorola; and Associate CIO for Vision and Strategy at Social Security Administration. He is an inventor on 33 US patents and author on over 100 research publications in a plethora including blockchain. I invited Ephraim on the podcast to talk with me about the enterprise use of blockchain solutions, trust based relationship between collaboratively working enterprise teams and how those behaviors impact how that changes the way a blockchain should work. We talk about how and why we should be more critical of what is typically described as a blockchain solution ( and the difference between Bitcoin blockchain and Git). Lastly our discussion points out ways to to support more collaboration, and promote more trusting relationships with the data structure of blockchain.”

4) Vodcast – From the JBKnowledge YouTube Channel.

Tech You Should Try: Workflows for Wearables with XOI Tech’s Vision App

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“The ConnAppGuru share some workflows for wearables with the Vision App from XOI Technologies. You Can find out more at”

5) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 132: It’s the Way You Build, It’s Not Optional! With Guest Lauren Williams from SM Wilson

Summary from the Podcast website:

“The ConTechCrew was fortunate to catch up with SM Wilson Construction’s Lauren Williams at AGC IT Forum! Aside from episode 132 being packed with nuggets on the evolution of the construction industry, innovations, integrations, and hot takes on Elon Musk – this week’s show will make you laugh, gasp, and maybe gag at James’ new favourite TLC show”

6) Videos – From Joe Banks and BIMedge.

BIMedge – RMIT Intro to AEC technology

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“This talk was given at RMIT to a group of students to introduce them to BIM and the technology we use in the AEC industry.”

BIMedge – Interiors Levels for documentation

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“This Video is to show how I made a family for documenting the various levels required for interiors elevations in your Revit projects. I have had a few people tell me they have struggled with this so I wanted to explain how to do it and also provide a link to this family should you want to use the one I made.”

7) Podcast – From BIMRRAS (Spanish)

018 Roles BIM: New professions

Summary from the Podcast website:

Roles BIM and the new professions arising from them,  episode recorded in very strict direct from the Trialogues of Architecture 2018. Tangled , organized by the Delegation of Pontevedra of the College of Architects of Galicia . This edition of the Trialogues exposes the visions of architecture professionals that go beyond the built work, putting in value the diversity of the works developed by the architects in other professional experiences parallel to the architectural project and its construction.”

8) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 177: Defcon hacks and blockchain facts

Summary from the Podcast website:

“We kick off this week’s show with an overview of the stories coming out of the Defcon security conference held this week in Las Vegas. Keeping security in mind, we talk about Amazon Web Services’ new cloud IoT security product, and Google’s lack of transparency around location data tracking. From there we move to Wi-Fi stories, covering the new Arris Wi-Fi Easy Mesh router and Samsung’s new SmartThings gear that uses Plume’s software for better Wi-Fi. In a section on digital assistants we get Kevin’s options on the new Samsung Galaxy Home speaker and talk about Microsoft’s Cortana collaborating with Amazon Alexa. On a related note, Kevin completes his review of the Lenovo Smart Displayand I talk about my test of the Joule sous vide cooker. To wrap it up we answer a listener question about installing a connected wall switch to control his ceiling fan.”


Until next week,



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