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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 044 – Oct. 28th – Nov. 3rd, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Oct. 28th – Nov. 3rd, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a recap of #BILTEUR on The Simply Complex Podcast with Marcello, Dan and Carl.

AEC CONFERENCE EDITION – EP017– BILTEUR RECAP AND OTHER GENERAL TOPICS

2) Podcast – From Life of an Architect

011: An Architect’s Salary

Summary from the Podcast website:

“It was only a matter of time before I once again tackled the topic of an architect’s salary. This is actually the fourth post I’ve prepared on the subject, but I haven’t talked about it since January 2013 so maybe it was overdue. I have long been on record that I can’t stand when architects complain that they don’t make more money. Of course they want to make more money – who doesn’t? The question – for me – is what are you willing to do to get more money because people generally don’t like to give that stuff away. I also strongly believe that each person needs to determine for themselves where the balance exists between work and personal fulfillment.

… but that’s me and things have changed since I was an employee. I have now moved to the proverbial “other side of the table” and it has shaped how I view the process of determining how much money people should be paid. So let’s get into it and start a conversation on ‘An Architect’s Salary.’”

3) Podcast – From Built Revolution Podcast

Built Revolution Podcast (Ep. 17) | Kyle Majchrowski

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Kyle Majchrowski (Senior Project Executive with Banner Health) shares his passion for people, driving change in the construction industry and more.”

4) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 143: IT on the Jobsite with Jason Pelkey from Gilbane

Summary from the Podcast website:

“The ConTechCrew (plus guest hosts’ Allison Scott and Josh Bone) was joined by Gilbane’s Jason Pelkey to discuss how construction technology is changing. Other topics on this week’s show include: iRobot, data transparencythe IRSGirl Scouts in construction, and more!”

5) Vodcast – From JBKnowledge

TYST: DEWALT Jobsite WiFi Updates

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“The ConAppGuru walks you through a few great updates recently made to the DEWALT Jobsite WIFI system!”

6) Podcasts – From the BIMRras Podcast (In Spanish)

023 Asset Management and the British BIM standards

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Asset Management and the British BIM standards: in one of the first episodes of BIMrras Podcast we talked about the reference of Great Britain in the adoption of BIM , where we explained what the British experience consisted in the obligatory nature and standardization of BIM, and where we were in that process.

To deepen in how the United Kingdom has adopted BIM, the characteristics of its regulations, what they have done well, badly and what we should copy, we have with us Francisco Carmona , Engineer of roads, channels and ports, Master in Big Data, Business Intelligence and Data Science and for a time a civil servant in the British administration and a first hand witness of the BIM adoption process.”

7) Podcasts – From Brittanie of Constructrr

Return on Humans in the Built Environment

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This is a special episode, focused on the Return on Humans (vs Return on Investment). I must give a special thank you to my guests where they discussed how important human-centric design is for companies and cities, especially with the changing economic model and preparing for the generations to come.”

8) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 188: How to design a better smart home

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Smart home hubs are dying, DIY will become increasingly niche and smart companies are prepping for this. For example, Honeywell’s smart home spin out Resideo went public this week with an eye to removing complexity from smart homes. Meanwhile, Calix unveiled a gateway device and a service to make it easier for ISPs to deliver the smart home. In other failed IoT efforts, Kevin and I talk about the fall of beacons and point out what might take its place. Google’s new deal with iRobot comes up, and then we segue into Microsoft’s plans for a smart office followed by some of the more recent security breaches. We end with a low-power AI chip and by answering a listener’s question about a Wi-Fi motion sensor to work with his LIFX bulbs”

9) Video – From That BIM Girl

What about SCAN to BIM?! – That BIM Girl meets NavVis

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“In this video, I find out what Scan2BM is all about. It has been a hype this year , so let’s see what it’s actually worth. Watch as I interview Georgios from NavVis. He answers all my questions and explains to me how their hard- and software solution helps creating and comparing BIM-models. Find out more about NavVis: https://www.navvis.com/ They are also sharing their Golden Nugget-project online. So check that out at http://www.navvis.com/revit”

 

Until next week,

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