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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 051 – Dec. 16th – Dec. 22nd, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Dec. 16th – Dec. 22nd, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off by racing into the New Year with a new post from the AEM Thinking Forward Podcast.

Ep. 13 – Penske Racing’s Machine Data and How to Optimize Performance, with Carlos Gutierrez and Al Cervero

2) Podcast – From The Getting Simple Podcast

Craig Long — The Unexpected Life Plan

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Craig Long (@craigalanlong) on how life is in the moments you didn’t expect, quieting your inner intensity, helping others achieve complex goals when they don’t know where to start, remote working, and disconnecting from technology.”

3) Podcast – From the Built Revolution Podcast

Built Revolution Podcast (Ep. 21) | Dr. Peter Senge

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Dr. Peter Senge, famed author of The Fifth Discipline, joined the Built Revolution to discuss his work in organizational and team learning, systems thinking and collaborative leadership.”

4) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 149: End of the Year Episode “Deep Learning is NOT Overhyped”

Summary from the Podcast website:

“What innovations are headed down the pike in 2019? The ConTechCrew called in Graham Leslie of JBKLabs (aka our resident R&D geek) to predict what trends stood out in 2018, and what to expect in 2019! The discussion looms large on the topics of AI, acquisitions, blockchain, and more.”

5) Video from Sean Fruin’s YouTube Channel

Dynamo Cap Duct Open End

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“You can only cap open pipes, not duct with the Revit AIP. Silly right? Here is a Dynamo script that automates capping open duct connectors.”

6) Vodcast – From the JBKnowledge YouTube Channel

Tech You Should BUY! – The M18 FUEL 3-in-1 BackPack Vacuum

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Rob shows you the M18 FUEL 3-in-1 Backpack Vacuum from Milwaukee Tool.”

7) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 195: We’re switching to Google’s Home

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Kevin is back this week and we kick off the show discussing GE’s decision to spin out its industrial IoT business. From there we talk about the closure of Lighthouse, the smart camera maker, a critical update for Hue bulbs and Qualcomm’s new IoT chip. Then we dive into a swath of Alexa related news, including updates that tailor routines for locations, a new wall clock and the beta program from Amazon’s Guard security feature. The show isn’t all about Alexa. Kevin shares his thoughts on the Google Home Hub and I get excited about being able to see my G Suite calendar data on my Google Smart Display. (Here’s that Norm photo album we talked about.) We also handle the rather late-breaking news about Ring’s lack of camera footage security. We also answer a listener question about why some connected devices don’t work with mesh Wi-Fi systems.”

8) Podcast – From Brittanie and the Constructrr Podcast.

Collaborative Planning and Future of Robotics

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Part 2 of LCI Congress talks with Michael Carr of Touch Plan

Michael Carr, is the President of MOCA’s software products division, Touchplan and a co-founder of MOCA. He has 20 years of construction management experience with significant expertise in project controls. He currently leads the development of Touchplan. Prior to launching Touchplan, he served in multiple leadership and operational roles within MOCA providing construction management services to owners.”

Until next week,


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