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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 043 – Oct. 21st – Oct. 27th, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Oct. 21st – Oct. 27th, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a video from last weeks DoC & DoE event with Zach Kron talking about what’s new in Dynamo 2.0, from the DoC YouTube Channel.

DoC and DoE Event – What’s New With Dynamo 2.0 with Zach Kron

2) Podcast – From the AEM Thinking Forward Podcast.

Ep. 11 – The Future of Agriculture: New Technology & Macro Trends, with Doug Griffin, Curt Blades and Dr. Dennis Buckmaster

Summary from the Podcast website:

For the manufacturers who build agriculture equipment, understanding the Internet of Things, digital service business models and consolidating farm ownership is more crucial than ever before. 

Together with the Context Network, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers prepared “The Future of Agriculture,” a comprehensive report on the trends that will impact manufacturers over the next 25 years. In this episode, Context’s Doug Griffin and AEM VP of Ag Services Curt Blades flesh out key takeaways. Plus, learn about the test beds where these technologies are being pioneered from Dr. Dennis Buckmaster, Dean’s Fellow for Digital Agriculture at Purdue University.”

3) Podcast – From Bill Debevc and the gang at the BIMThoughts Podcast.

PANNEL_BIM EXECUTION PLANS

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Bill talks with Kristina Gardenhire and Christina Holden about BIM Execution plans”

4) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 142: Roll in That ROI with Travis Voss from Mechanical Inc.

Summary from the Podcast website:

“On episode 142 we are happy to bring you a follow-up with our guest from episode 88, Travis Voss! Travis stopped by to share his observations on the ever changing face of ConTech…and why it pays to keep your technology fresh. Other topics on this weeks show include: the Smart Glasses that won’t make you look stupid, another crane collapse, stalking with genetics, AI scheduling and more! “

5) Video – From RTC Events Managment YouTube Channel

Welcome to Edinburgh – BILT Europe 2019

6) Vlog – From That BIM Girl

Space Apps Challenge – A NASA Hackathon – Vlog

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“This weekend I took part in a hackathon in Berlin called Space Apps Challenge. It was a super cool experience! Can very much recommend it. Here you can find our project and the links to our GitHub: https://2018.spaceappschallenge.org/c…”

7) Podcast – From The Construction Record Podcast.

The Construction Record Podcast – Episode 41: Elections, CanaData and Bridging the Gap

Summary from the Podcast website:

“On this episode of the Construction Record podcast, national editor Vince Versace and Journal of Commerce digital media editor Warren Frey look at ConstructConnect’s recent CanaData conference, held recently in Toronto with a shift in focus from pure economics to a mix of technology and economic forecasting.

Vince and Warren also address the recent municipal elections in Toronto and Vancouver, and how the results of each election will affect the local construction industry. There’s also a look at marijuana legalization coverage and Warren gives a preview of the Bridging the Gap safety conference he’ll attend in Vancouver, which amongst other topics will cover marijuana and other impairment issues in the workplace. Vince and Warren also take a look at the Vancouver Regional Construction Association’s recent Awards of Excellence gala, where many British Columbia projects were recognized.   

We also have a feature interview with James Benham, the keynote speaker at this week’s CanaData and the founder and CEO of JBKnowledge Inc, a technology consultancy located in College Station, Texas. Benham spoke to us about the changing role of technology and construction, as well as his role as a city councilor and how that informed his efforts to make College Station into a ‘smart city.’”

8) Vodcast – From JBKnowledge

Tech You Should Try: Rocketbook Transcribe

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“The ConAppGuru show you a new feature of the popular Rocketbook app – Automatic Transcription!”

9) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 187: It’s time to take privacy seriously

Summary from the Podcast website:

“We’re nearing the end of 2018, which is as good a time as any to relaunch the smart glasses concept. We discuss the new new Focals glasses, tie them in with Qualcomm’s new chips for Alexa-based ear buds and then tackle the Google Home Hub. From there we cover Amazon’s face recognition softwareTim Cook’s statements on privacy and use GMand Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs as a case study to explain why privacy is so important. After that, we talk about a new device to detect falls, a resource article for those dealing with domestic violence in smart homes and a new chip company using a novel form of energy harvesting. We conclude the news segment by answering a listener question about issues with Apple’s iOS 12 update making it difficult for some IoT devices.”

10) Video – From The B1M (shared by the Total BIM Makeover)

The Construction Robots are Coming | The B1M

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“We explore the roles that robots are starting to play in construction and look at how they will affect our industry in the future.”

Until next week,

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