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39 Episodes
#38 BIM-ification

#38 BIM-ification


What is BIM-ification? Most of the buildings don't have BIM. Although it is becoming more and more popular, it is still not a standard. Learn how to give a 3D model to a 2D existing building plan with Markus
Tyson Soutter says that data cannot lie. It can be related to BMS, security, waste, fire safety, lighting... every type of data tells the complete story of a building. Listen to him explaining how to bring all these data together and improve the quality not only in energy or costs but also with the actual experience of being in the
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Season Break


In order to enable the Digital Twin, it is essential to connect buildings and collect their data. How this can be done is explained by our Digital Twin expert Markus Winterholer.
We have heard a lot about the importance of healthy and productive rooms, but how can these properly be planned and delivered? Jonathan Coplay explains which mechanical equipment have to be installed and in other hand which parameters need to be controlled in order to deliver healthy and productive indoor spaces.
Continuously monitoring changes in the building and its use is crucial to ensure cyber security. How the norms and guidelines help us prevent cyber threads and risks, is explained by our expert Frederik De Meyer.
There is no doubt that BIM brings a lot of benefits through the planning and design phase. But what are these benefits and why does our expert Wolfgang Hass talks about wheels, seats and instruments in relation to our industry? Find out by listening to this episode!
Do you know what Sick Building Syndrom (SBS) is or are you affected by it? Jonathan Coplay explains what causes SBS and how it can be
Hydronic expert Chris Kopp explains to us what demand-based control is and what needs to be done to operate an energy efficient application.
#30 Showdown: 2D versus 3D

#30 Showdown: 2D versus 3D


Do you know that you can have a digital twin even if there isn’t a 3D model? Markus Winterholer highlights how any plan, 2D or 3D can form the beginnings of a digital twin as long as it represents the building accurately.
Room automation is key to providing an environment that protects your health and increases productivity. Jonathan Copley uses some everyday examples to explain the four parameters that you need to consider if you want to create a healthy and productive
How does the surrounding spaces positively affect our productivity? One of the key elements is providing an interface that people can interact with the space, technology and services, says Franziska Dolak.
Data analytics doesn't replace the expertise of people on-site but rather enables them to make better decisions using their knowledge. Tyson Soutter explains why the relationship between people and technology is critical to use the full potential of
#26 Areas of application

#26 Areas of application


Cyber security has to change depending on the different areas of application in our industry. Frederik De Meyer gives us a few samples about security in-depth and points out that there are different layers of criticality depending on the application in use.
Do you know the most efficient hydronic circuit which is saving energy at the same time? Chris Kopp explains each circuit used in today's buildings and outlines the one which should be state of the art for the smart
Personal achievement and progress is a main pillar in people productivity. Franziska Dolak gives us a few examples on why and how the progress towards our personal goals have a positive effect in many aspects.
Did you know that there are different data bases involved during the #BIM process? Wolfgang Hass explains the use and importance of those data bases, but also points out that there is still a way to go to fully use their potential.
How can we reduce cyber risk in buildings and what needs to be done if an incident occurs? Frederik De Meyer explains to us the different phases of #cyberattacks and why various stakeholders have responsibility for mitigating those risks.
Chris Kopp outlines the different types of hydronic circuits, their benefits and draw
How can we achieve connectivity in existing #building stock? Tyson Soutter highlights how with small incremental changes, every building can learn the
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