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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 061 – Feb. 24th – Mar. 2nd, 2019.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Feb. 24th – Mar. 2nd, 2019.

I’m going to start this week’s Podcast roundup off with a new post from the Getting Simply Podcast.

Matt Jezyk — The War for Attention

2) Podcast – From The Art of Construction

137: Don’t Go to College to Become an Architect

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Phil Read, co-founder of Read | Thomas, joins us on the Art of Construction podcast for a look into the future of construction. Phil shares how his company helps designers, builders, manufacturers, and owners integrate cutting edge software into their design processes. As a veteran Revit employee, Phil specializes in helping teams learn how to use software through a custom training program that uses the company’s own project to teach new software. Read | Thomas also offers go-to-market services for software companies to get their product in front of their ideal customers. Along the way, Phil tells us why he thinks no one should take on debt to go to college, what’s wrong with modular construction, why you need to learn to say no and what the future looks like for design and construction. Whether you are a contractor or an architect, you’ll want to listen in to find out the latest in design and construction technology and where the industry is headed.”

3) Podcast – From The Constructrr Podcast

Can We Incentivize More Trust with Collaboration in Design?

Summary from the Podcast website:

“In this episode, I had the pleasure of having a really fun conversation co-hosting a show Bill Debevc, host of the BIM Thoughts.

Malachy Mathews is the

      • Senior Lecturer in the School of Architecture, Technological University Dublin, Ireland and Leader for BIM, Blockchain and Collaborative Teaching and Learning.
      • Research Activities include;
      • BIM Pedagogy
      • BIM Anthropology
      • BIM + Blockchain
      • Student Critical Thinking Skills around BIM Technologies and Process
      • Interdisciplinary collaboration learning experiences using the BIM Model

Bill and I discuss some of his notable research with Malachy, listen in.”

4) Podcast – From AEM Thinking Forward Podcast

EP. 15 – HOW ELECTRIFICATION, IOT AND OTHER TRENDS COULD HIT HEAVY EQUIPMENT, WITH JLG’S GURU BANDEKAR AND SINGULARITY’S ANDRE WEGNER

Summary from the Podcast website:

“They say, “We’ve Always Done It That Way” are the six most destructive words in the business world. That’s truer than ever in an era of disruptive technology.

So what are the assumptions that define the heavy equipment manufacturing industry, and how could they be disrupted?

On this episode, AEM Futures Council chair Guru Bandekar from JLG Industries outlines some of those potential turning points. And, fresh off his latest TED talk, Singularity University’s Digital Manufacturing Chair Andre Wegner explains why our industry shouldn’t fear technological disruption.”

5) Podcast – From The Construction Shared Pains Podcast

The Open-API Revolution

Summary from the Podcast website:

“What is an Application Programming Interface (API)? How can API integrations address our Shared Pains with manual re-entry of data from application to application?  What data and process standards are required for open-API solutions to work as advertised? Who is already implementing open-API integrations?”

6) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 205: How technology will shape your energy bills

Summary from the Podcast website:

“There were two big shows this week with Embedded World and Mobile World Congress. Thus, this week’s show focuses a lot on industrial and enterprise news starting with a deep dive on ARM’s PSA certification announcement. We explain what it means and how it should improve IoT security for all before moving to news about new chips that bring Alexa to microcontrollers and to Wi-Fi access points. We also discuss a gesture-based interaction model for smart homes and explain why we’re getting excited about it for the home and office. From there we spend time on Alexa in hospitals as well as a bunch of small industrial and embedded news from GoogleMicrosoftWind RiverSAP, and Qualcomm. This week’s IoT Podcast Hotline inquiry is about finding a chime for the Nest Hello doorbell.”

7) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 158: Reality from the Field with Robert Kipp of Satterfield & Pontikes

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This week’s construction tech news with James Benham (@JamesMBenham), Jeff Sample (@IronmanOfIT) and Rob McKinney (@ConAppGuru)
Featuring:
– Interview with Robert Kipp from Satterfield & Pontikes Construction
– Construction Tech News of the Week “

8) Podcast – From the BIMrras Podcast (Spanish Language)

031 FAQs 3 Answers to frequently asked questions about BIM

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Answers to frequently asked questions about BIM, delivery 3. Because if you are starting with BIM, I am sure that one of them will have crossed your mind and, if you are already a veteran, it never hurts to check all the way you have traveled and how you would respond to them. today to these doubts.”

9) Podcast – From the AEC Business Podcast

Citizen-Centric Development: An Interview with Ken Dooley

Summary from the Podcast website:

“In this interview with Ken Dooley of Granlund, we discuss sustainability from a user’s point of view and how technology will help cities become more citizen-centric.”

10) Podcast – From the Built Revolution Podcast

Built Revolution Podcast (Ep. 26) | Dr. Pamela Meyer

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Dr. Pamela Meyer, author of The Agility Shift, joined the Build Revolution podcast to share her thoughts on agility and how to “make shift happen””

Bonus) Video – From the SFCDUG YouTube Channel

SFCDUG February 2019 | AEC Hackathon

Until next week,

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