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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 036 – Sept. 2nd – Sept. 8th, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Sept. 2nd – Sept. 8th, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a new episode of the BluePrints Podcast.


2) Vodcast – From Joe on his BIMedge YouTube Channel.

BIMedge – Keynotes File Management

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“You can also find out more information about BIMedge at You can also hear more tech and architecture talk on our Podcast”

3) Podcasts – From Brittanie of Constructrr

Voice of Blockchain 2018 Recap: Part 1

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This episode is the first of Voice of Blockchain Conference recap episodes. Here are two panel discussions discussion how blockchain can be used in the built environment.

The first panel discussion about “Construction Use Cases” with Brittanie Campbell-Turner, Kimon Onuma, Rob Salvador, and Micheal Bordenaro

The 2nd panel discussion covers the topic of  “Building Information Modeling, Blockchain, & Legal Contracts Selling Next Year’s Exhibitor Locations” with Kimon Onuma, James Salmon, Micheal Bordenaro, Patrick Kijek, and Joe Herandez.”

Voice of Blockchain 2018 Recap: Part 2

Summary from the Podcast website:

“The first-panel discussion about Interfacing of Technology and Local Government was led by Alexandra Prodromos Executive Director at the Chicago Blockchain Center. Panelists included Sunil Thomas, Cluster CIO and the State of Illinois Department of Innovation & Technology, Christopher Cutter Mountain Ethos, and Lisa Nestor partnerships at Stellar. 

The second panel discussion about Blockchain Opportunities in Special Economic Zones hosted Lotta Moberg, where she is the author of The Political Economy of Special Economic Zones, Concentrating Economic Development and Paul Doherty, president and CEO of The Digit Group, a leading Smart Cities design and solutions company actively applies the use of blockchain in his projects and  provides consultancy on how to apply it in smart cities.”

4) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 135: BIM is No Silver Bullet with Matt Hedke from Barton Malow

Summary from the Podcast website:

“The ConTechCrew visited with Matt Hedke of Barton Malow in episode 135! Listen in to learn why BIM is definitely not a silver bullet when it comes to construction. Other topics in our ConTech news go into the acronyms of the industry including:  IoT & AI,  ROI for tech, flying drone factories72 hour bridges, and more! “

5) Vodcast – From That BIM Girl YouTube Channel.


Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Hey you guys! I am back from my summer break! And what better occasion to start than with a visit from some YouTube-Royality! The Balkan Architect came to Munich to visit me and we filmed a little vlog for you ! I hope you like it. Check out the cool surprise I planned for him! Have a nice day !”

6) Vodcast – From the JBKnowledge YouTube Channel.

Tech You Should Try: Milwaukee Tool M12 Heated Axis Jacket

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Winter is Coming! Be ready with the Milwaukee Tool M12 Heated Axis Jacket. Rob McKinney(@ConAppGuru) shows you the different features of the jacket and really turns up the heat with a little help from the Seek Thermal Camera.”

7) Podcast – From the Simply Complex Podcast


Summary from the Podcast website:

“In this episode, Marcello is joined by Timon Hazell of  Silman in DC TO talk about PyRevit, Dynamo and How The Structural Engineering offices deal with Revit and Structural Analysis Models.”

8) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 180: Alexa and Google are the real smart home standards

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This week we learn more details about Lenovo’s smart home line and talk about Amazon’s new Alexa API for sensors and motion detectors. We touch on a combined router/smart speaker that has Kevin feeling vindicated and talk about the challenges new business models such as Target’s Fetch program face. The Open Connectivity Foundation’s latest version of the IoTivity standard also gets a mention. Security woes are back on the show this week with hacked enterprise door locks and another IoT botnet. We also discuss Relayr’s acquisition by Munich Reand a partnership between Jabil and Tibco to offer a complete electronics board for embedded devices. We then take a call about a builder who wants to place an Interlogix alarm system in a new home, and how the DIY buyer may want to proceed on the IoT Podcast Listener Hotline.”

9) Video – From Sean Fruin

MEP Computational Design

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“A simple workflow use algorithms and data to drive HVAC design.‬ ‪There’s some more better less!‬ ‪#DynamoBIM #AEC #Automation ‬”

Until next week,



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