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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 077 – June 23rd – June 29th, 2019.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM – for the week of June 23rd – June 29th, 2019.

I’m going to start this week’s Podcast roundup off with a new video from the Proving Ground vodcast Prove It

Prove It – Episode 5 – Data Deluge

2) Podcast – From The Architech Show Podcast


Summary from the Podcast website:

“Recorded at the BiLTANZ event party, Joe sits down with Silvia Taurer (@LivingRoomer1) and Marcus Fich (@lefich) to discuss BiLT Europe, how it got started, how they got involved and the activities they are doing to promote BIM in Europe.”

3) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew Podcast

The ConTechCrew 175: Slaying Paper Dependency with Craig Caryl from Smart CSM

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Episode 175’s guest Craig Caryl addresses one of the construction industry’s deeply shameful secrets….hoarding paper processes like Gollum hissing “My precious!” Only for these documents never to see the light of day again. Luckily, this episode helps you determine not only how to digitize, but what is worth digitizing to cut back on document chaos. Topics in ConTech News include: laser scans, more modular, 3D printed rockets, dump truck apps and more!”

4) Podcast – From The Getting Simple Podcast

Pier Gustafson — Drawing Fast, Thinking Slow

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Artist and illustrator Pier Gustafson on living a simple life with what makes him smile, the messy creative process behind projects, clients, and deadlines, and being an artist in the twenty-first century.”

5) Video – From the Revit Pure YouTube Channel

Revit Tutorial – 12 Tips To Master Door Families

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Doors families are among the most puzzling and challenging to create. This guide it going to teach you the basic principles of door family creation.”

6) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 222: SmartThings’ new gear and a Wink sighting

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This week on the IoT Podcast, Kevin and I spend time discussing Amazon’s new smaller Echo Show and SmartThings’ new trifecta of products.  From there we talk about a frightening new malware that’s bricking IoT devices and its unlikely origin. We check in on schools’ and hospitals use of an unproven AI and microphones to detect violence before it happens. Then it’s on to smart factories, a smarter Raspberry Pi for industrial IoT and a fitness watch that’s really smart. We also mention a small Wink update courtesy of a listener. From there we take a call asking about good leak detection options for a home.”

7) Podcast – From The Art of Construction Podcast

AOC Show 150: Augmenting a New Reality for Construction

Summary from the Podcast website:

Bianca Rodriguez and Neil Gordon, Innovation Engineers at BNBuilders, join us on this episode 150 of Art of Construction.

This episode marks our third in a series of six shows we are doing leading up to Digital Built Week in Seattle next month. Bianca and Neil will both be speaking at Digital Built Week about their work with BNBuilders. Both of them work in the innovation department, spearheading the implementation of new technology and process into their company’s toolkit. Much of their work, and the talks they will give at BILT, deals with using augmented reality for the quality check and design validation aspects of their projects.”

8) Podcast – From AEM Thinking Forward Podcast


Summary from the Podcast website:

“Using farm data to improve operating margins is perhaps more important than ever, in a year where weak commodity prices, international trade uncertainty and abysmal planting conditions are putting farmers under serious pressure.”

9) Podcast – From the Life of an Architect Podcast

027: Is That Even Legal?

Summary from the Podcast website:

“How much time have you spent thinking about the legal side of architecture?  If you are like most architects, you probably haven’t spent enough time thinking about it. While it may not be the sexiest part of the architectural profession,  it is something that every licensed architect must consider on every single project. Since I am not an expert on the legalities of our profession, joining in with us on today’s podcast are Mike Koger AIA, Esq. – Senior Manager and Counsel, AIA Contract Documents, and Salvatore B. Verrastro AIA, FCSI, CCCA, CCS, NCARB, and a Principal at Spillman Farmer Architects.” 

10) Video – From That BIM Girl YouTubeChannel

AU London Recap and Puzzles 🙂

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“I don’t know what genre of Youtube this belongs to but I’m having fun :)”

Until next week


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