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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 035 – Aug. 26th – Sept. 1st, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Aug. 25th – Sept. 1st, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a post that I missed last week, but I still think is worth sharing. This post from the Autodesk Building Solutions YouTube Channel talks about the new 2019.1 functionality between Revit and Civil 3D, with a little help from BIM 360.

Revit 2019.1: Site Collaboration

2) Podcast – From The Getting Simple Podcast

Nathan Melenbrink — Who Decides What’s Important to You?

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Nathan Melenbrink is a researcher that explores how simple robots can cooperate in intelligent swarms to build things on their own. He believes technology can make people’s lives better, but only if we stop using our best minds to farm clicks and likes. In this episode, we talk about teaching, news neutrality, liking new things and acquiring taste, and much more.”

3) Podcast – From Brittanie of Constructrr

Digitization of Effective Team Building Strategies of Major Projects

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Today we are speaking with Tony Llewellyn, he is the Collaborative Director at Resolex. He is the author of two team coaching books, Performance Coaching for Complex Projects, influencing behavior and enabling change & the supporting toolkit – The Team Coaching Toolkit, 55 Tools, and Techniques for Building Brilliant Teams.
We review team dynamic and how the industrial age has conditioned us for productivity but has gotten us to a stop gap. and how blockchain can teach us about effective teams and resilience within those teams. We talk about Tuckman’s stages of team development, resiliency building, how to build effective teams.”

4) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 134: Lean (Construction) on Me! With George Hunt from Bond Brothers

Summary from the Podcast website:

“In episode 134 of The ConTechCrew visits with Lean Construction Manager, George Hunt! If you’ve ever been curious about what this ‘lean construction’ thing is all about, this episode is for you. It’s more than software, or post-its on the wall – lean construction is a state of mind! Other topics include: 3D printing, robots and bricks, innovation labs, unpacking BIM, fave podcasts, and more!”

5) Vodcast – From the JBKnowledge YouTube Channel.

Tech You Should Try: The Personal EKG Kardia Mobile Device from AliveCor

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“This week’s Tech You Should Try is from Rob McKinney (@conappguru) demonstrates the KardiaMobile EKG Monitor from AliveCor! The monitor keeps track of your heart rate and creates an EKG read-out which can then be sent to a medical professional.”

6) Podcast – From the BIMRras Podcast (Spanish)

019 Interview with Alberto Cerdán, EUBIM

Summary from the Podcast website:

“If a visit to Mecca is required for a Muslim at least once in his life, for a BIMmer the obligatory visit is the EUBIM congress held in Valencia (Spain) every year. In this episode we talked with Alberto Cerdán, the visible face of the team that makes it possible year after year.”

7) Podcast – From the AEM Thinking Forward Podcast

Ep. 09 – Still Standing: Vermeer’s Diverse Workforce Culture Weathers the Storm, with Mary Andringa & Nicole Hallada

Summary from the Podcast website:

“In this episode, former Vermeer President Mary Andringa discusses the recovery effort, Vermeer’s workforce culture, and her rise as one of the first women to exert herself as a top leader in the industry. Andringa is interviewed by AEM VP of Marketing and Communications Nicole Hallada. And, AEM’s Kate Fox Wood presents a new initiative to help members develop their own workforce development plans.”

8) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 179: IFA news and bringing extreme wattage to your kitchen

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This week in Germany, the IFA trade show is the place to be. Unfortunately Kevin and I aren’t there, but we share a lot of the news that came out from the first half of the show. This includes smart speakers at the high end and lower end, crazy connected kitchen tech and a HomeKit enabled air quality monitor. From there we discuss $50 million in funding for Puls and Kevin’s experience with the Philips Hue Outdoor Lights. We also talk about some disappointing experiences with various updates of our products, from latency to services breaking. After that we answer a question about what to give a student leaving for the dorms. I will confess that I forgot to recommend a Tile, but we did recommend this (affiliate link).”

9) Vodcast – From the Balkan Architect YouTube Channel.

Should you Learn Revit or 3Ds Max?!?

 

Until next week,

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