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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 082 – July 28th – Aug. 3rd, 2019.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM – for the week of July 28th – Aug. 3rd, 2019.

I’m going to start this week’s Podcast roundup off with a new podcast from the Shared Pains Podcast.

Investing in AEC Innovation Pt1: Talk Versus Action

2) Podcast – From the Life of an Architect Podcast

030: Starting Your Own Architecture Firm

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Is it the dream of every architect to have their own firm one day? I can recall hours and hours of conversations that I’ve had with other architects throughout my career where this topic was front and center of our discussions. When I sat down and started to come up with potential topics to discuss on the podcast, “Starting Your Own Firm” was one of the very first topics that I wrote down. It has taken me 29 previous episodes before we finally made it around to this topic because I wanted to get the right guest for this episode.”   

3) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew Podcast

The ConTechCrew 180: A Deep Dive into ConTech Topics with Dr. Mani Golparvar from Reconstruct

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This week’s construction tech news with James Benham (@JamesMBenham), and Rob McKinney (@ConAppGuru)

– Interview with Dr. Mani Golparvar from Reconstruct
– Construction Tech News of the Week “

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

041 BIM contracts, liability and legal certainty with Alba Fernández

Summary from the Podcast website:

“BIM contracts, responsibility and legal certainty with Alba Fernández, with which we have entered the procedural world of laws to investigate how well BIM and current legislation get along, going through sensitive issues such as responsibility, contracts or mandatory BIM in public awards.”

5) Video – From the SFCDI YouTube Channel

SFCDI July 2019 | Microsoft: Mixed Reality and Artificial Intelligence in BIM (Hololens 2 Demo)

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Microsoft Reactor, Mixed Reality Capture Studio. Microsoft Reactor SF is a great venue and hub for developers to come and meet other HoloLens and Mixed Reality enthusiasts. There’s great opportunities to get training, participate in workshops, Hackathons, meetups, mixers and port their experiences to HoloLens or Immersive Headsets (Acer, HP, Samsung and more), including access to hardware and developer support. There will be provided a visit to the Mixed Reality Capture Studios. They record holographic video – holograms of dynamic people and performances. We could can interact with your holograms in augmented reality, virtual reality, and on 2D screens…”


6) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 227: Resideo’s smart home strategy explained

Summary from the Podcast website:

“We kick off this week’s show with a new smart bed from Tempur-Pedicbefore immediately disagreeing about Google’s use of gesture control in the upcoming Pixel 4. From there we talk about Amazon’s Ring business and what makes us most uncomfortable about its dealings with police. Also uncomfortable is our chat about the FTC’s decision to revisit the rules about advertising to children in the wake of voice tech and user-generated content. Unsurprisingly, Apple also hires contractors to listen to your voice utterances, there’s a new security vulnerability and we discover which tech companies people distrust the most when it comes to IoT devices. For the IoT Podcast Hotline, we answer a listener question about making a ceiling fan smart.”

7) Podcast – From the Constructrr Podcast

Workplace Technology that Can Transform Your Organization

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Drew DePriest, Digital Solutions & Strategy Lead at Host by CBRE. He’s spent 15 + years in the building automation and workplace technology world working hand in hand with facility managers, MEP consulting engineers, corporate real estate (CRE) pros, and enterprise IT leaders to better automate buildings & delight the folks who spend time there.”

8) Video – From the IMAGINiT YouTube Channel

IMAGINiT Clarity Online User Group July 2019

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“In this hour-long session, Scott Burke and Matt Mason show tips on project tagging, adding projects in batch, disabling task types, BIM 360 Signin, and cross-project queries. Learn more about IMAGNIiT Clarity”

Until next week


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