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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 071 – May 12th – May 18th, 2019.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM – for the week of May 12th – May 18th, 2019.

 

I’m going to start this week’s Podcast roundup off with a new episode from the Life of an Architect Podcast.

 

2) Podcast – From the aec business Podcast

Digital Transformation of the Estonian Construction Sector: An Interview with Jaan Saar

Summary from the Podcast website:

“In this episode of the AEC Business Podcast, Jaan Saar tells us about his work as Head of Digital Construction and why he thinks the public sector has a key role in the digitalization of the construction industry.”

3) Podcast – From the Constructrr Podcast

BIM – Your Path to Compliance

Summary from the Podcast website:

Marzia Bolpagni is a BIM Management Consultant at Mace, BIM Dictionary Co-Editor, BIM Advocate

We had a good conversation on what BIM looking like today and compliance within public regulations and client specifications. We talk about how the UK is figuring out how to maximize BIM Level 2 requirements from PAS 1192, how we are transitioning to ISO 19650 as a new standard, and what good BIM looks like.”

4) Podcast – From the BIMrras Podcast (Spanish language)

036 BIM II modeling strategies · Starting data

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Every project starts with the commission, today we have to discuss the first steps when we apply the BIM methodology, those documents that some do not seem as necessary as the EIR or the BEP, and the first steps in the modeler. Taking advantage of the fact that this month we have entered the order of several airports in different parts of the globe, the 4 of BIMrras we will see how we face them. 

5) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew Podcast

The ConTechCrew 169: The Crew’s 2019 Must-Have Consumer Tech

Summary from the Podcast website:

“What technology has changed your life? The ConTechCrew assembles to discuss the new tech making waves in their lives. (All types of technology is featured in this episode, not strictly construction.) Episode 169 is co-hosted by the OG ConTechCrew – ConAppGuru, Rob McKinney; The Ironman of IT, Jeff Sample; and BIM2theBone, Josh Bone. Geek out!”

6) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 216: Your smart home data will lead to cheaper insurance

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This week Kevin and I continue discussing the fall out from Google killing the Works with Nest program. We discuss alternative devices for those who want to replace their Nest devices. Next, we go into the Amazon Alexa updates that add the Guard security features and sunrise and sunset schedule. Then we look at the new NB-IoT networks from Verizon and AT&T before talking about the facial recognition ban in San Francisco. We mention Lenovo’s new IoT Edge gateway and cover the new Wi-Fi Home Certification for single-family homes and apartments. Finally, we answer a listener question about outdoor mesh Wi-Fi.”

7) Podcast – From the Built Revolution Podcast

Built Revolution Podcast (Ep. 31) | Stephen Mulva & Geoff Ryan

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Stephen Mulva, speaks with Geoff Ryan of Insight-AWP on how to implement Advanced Work Packaging and what lies ahead for the construction industry.”

8) Podcast – From the Digital transition Podcast

EPISODE 8: Why OpenBIM Works!

Summary from the Podcast website:

“In this episode I discuss, ‘Why OpenBIM works!’ My guest is Rob Roef, AKA “The BIM Captain,’ together we will talk through the reasons why OpenBIM processes are so important and the benefits for clients to request OpenBIM deliverables as part of their digital deliverables strategy. USEFUL LINKS buildingSMART Standards buildingSMART Australasia openBIM.”

Until next week

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