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The BILT Academy Podcast will be published monthly, with each episode being filled with news, insights, and knowledge from within and around the building industry – touching base on the academic, scientific, BIM and technology related topics that keep our building industry turning, to keep YOU the listener apprised and in the know. Each episode will be thoughtfully curated, based on the topic by our BILT Academy correspondents via research and industry expert interviews. We would like to thank our podcast technology sponsor BIM Track for their continued support of BILT Academy.
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Welcome to the BILT Academy Podcast!Before we kickoff with the second part on Decentralization. Let me remind you all that we have launched our WhatsApp hotline, you can find the link in the Episode notes to this podcast or on our website. Please leave your feedback in the form of a voice message stating your name, country and occupation, we very much look forward to including your voice messages in our upcoming shows. WhatsApp invite link HERENow on to our sixth episode is a BIM Paraxis episode that has been curated by our BILT Academy correspondent Julia and her topic of decentralization, which was so big we needed two full episodes to cover it. (Part 1). In this month's podcast, the second part will cover the practical side of the decentralization topic.For this episode, Julia has recruited the help of guest co-host Graham Stewart Founder and Digital Director of Digital Guerrilla Consultancy Ltd.  As a longtime friend and supporter of the BILT Academy, Julia asked Graham to come on board for this episode to assist us in coming to grips with this topic as he has had the most experience with the subject between the three of us (Julia, Carl and Graham). Graham has for years has worked with COBie a common decentralized database used in the AEC industry currently. For this episode, Julia will be interviewing 2 new guests to the podcast and one returning guest Martin Taurer, all with expertise and experience in this month's topic. Heinrich Lünenschloss the Manager of Digital Construction at Köster GmbhMartin Taurer a Partner at LivingRoomCraftZJohn Egan CEO at BIMLauncherYou can find complete episode notes on the BILT Academy WebsiteBe sure to tune in for our next episode on December 17th, 2020, which will be an Academic episode. This episode will be curated by BILT Academy correspondent Daniel as he explores the topic of AI in Design with the help of industry experts.We would also like to thank our Podcast Technology Sponsor BIM Track for their continued support of BILT Academy.Support the show (https://www.dbei.org/about-the-dbei-community/)
Welcome to the BILT Academy Podcast!Before we jump into the episode I would like to address you,  our listeners directly. We at the BILT Academy Podcast would like to hear your thoughts on previous or future episodes, ideas, kudos or constructive criticism from you directly, so from today on we have opened a direct hotline for you to us on WhatsApp. As this is a podcast, we seek from you voice messages which we can use at the end of future episodes or include them during our Season’s Special. This brings us now to the next announcement, that we will be airing 2 episodes in December. Our correspondent Daniel will be dedicating his podcast to AI in Design before Christmas and the Season’s Special podcast episode will see all our Academy Correspondents, David, Julia and Daniel return with a surprise guest telling us about their research and podcasting experience and responding to the voice messages received from you. So please add us via the WhatsApp invite link or QR code published on our website, linkedin, facebook and record your message for us with your name, country and occupation. We very much look forward to hearing from you!WhatsApp invite link HERENow on to our fifth episode is a BIM Paraxis episode that has been curated by our BILT Academy correspondent Julia and her topic of decentralization is so big it will take two full episodes to cover. This month's podcast is part 1 and will cover the theoretical and research side of the decentralization topic.During Julia's recent work on her graduation project for University, her attention and interest in web-based technology and especially to decentralization increased. This newfound interest lead to her reading a book (Yuval Noah Harari, 21 Lessons for the 21st Century), in which the opportunities and risks that humans face when they use and rely heavily on unsecured common data environments and web-based platforms such as the Internet is highlighted.After reading some articles about decentralization in other industries. she was wondered to what extend decentralization of data is already researched and applied in the building industry? She has identified a hand full of experts and academics researching this topic on behalf of all of us in the built environment. And that’s how everything started, and we ended up doing this 2 part podcast.Although it appears to be such a futuristic topic in the building industry, it is again applied science in other industries, such as life-science or biochemistry. Which could inspire us to learn from others.  For this episode, Julia will be interviewing 2 researchers on decentralizing data in the building industry. Mads Holten Rasmussen of NIRAS and a PhD in Linked Building DataJeroen Werbrouck a FWO researcher at Ghent UniversityYou can find complete episode notes on the BILT Academy WebsiteBe sure to tune in for part 2 of the decentralization topic on our next episode airing November 26th, 2020. In that episode, our BILT Academy correspondent Julia will continue to explore the topic from a practical perspective as we look toward its future use in the built environment with the help of industry experts.We would also like to thank our Podcast Technology Sponsor BIM Track for their continued support of BILT Academy.Support the show (https://www.dbei.org/about-the-dbei-community/)
Welcome to the BILT Academy Podcast!Our fourth episode has been curated by our BILT Academy correspondent David. This month's podcast is a technology podcast, and in it, Daniel interviews four industry experts about the topic of Automation.This month we explore the concept of automation within the construction industry. Over the last few years, automatization has increasingly made its way into our environment and has quickly been evolving in many ways. In order to better understand the future of automation in the AEC industry, we have interviewed a variety of experts, each with their own perspectives on automation. These perspectives range from automation in software engineering, data collection on construction sites, prefabrication and manufacturing. By asking them what automation looks like and who it's useful for we hope to offer you the listeners an insight into the role of automation in the construction industry and how they come together to shape the future of the sector and our built environment. Software deployment and automation with Gordon Price of Pragmatic Praxis.Robotics and construction site data collection with Brian Ringley of Boston Dynamics.Concrete 3D printing and automation in manufacturing with Eric Barendse of BruilAutomation Now and in the future from the perspective of recent graduate Florin Ghimicj.You can find complete episode notes on the BILT Academy WebsiteBe sure to tune in for our next episode on October 29th, 2020, which will be a BIM Paraxis episode. This episode will be curated by BILT Academy correspondent Julia as she explores the topic of decentralization with the help of industry experts.We would also like to thank our Podcast Technology Sponsor BIM Track for their continued support of BILT Academy.Support the show (https://www.dbei.org/about-the-dbei-community/)
Welcome to the BILT Academy Podcast!Our Third episode is a timely episode that has been curated by our BILT Academy correspondent Daniel. This month's podcast is a Science and Academic podcast, and in it, Daniel interviews two industry experts about the topic of BIM at school.In this episode, we will explore the future of technologies in Education and educating about future technologies. We will review these aspects from different angles with the help of out two remarkable interviewees. We will not only reflect on the future but also visit the past as well as capturing the moment, especially how remote education and its tools not only hold the promise in unprecedented circumstances but also enhances the digital divide.The Pan-European differences in education BIM with Michael McGuire of New College Lanarkshire.The digitalization of education for the AEC industry with Martin Taurer of LivingRoomCraftZ.You can find complete episode notes on the BILT Academy WebsiteBe sure to tune in for our next episode on September 24th, 2020, which will be a Technology episode. This episode will be curated by BILT Academy correspondent David as he explores Automation within the Building Industry from different angles with the help of industry experts.We would also like to thank our Podcast Technology Sponsor BIM Track for their continued support of BILT Academy.Support the show (https://www.dbei.org/about-the-dbei-community/)
Episode Two - Digital Twins

Episode Two - Digital Twins

2020-07-3001:04:40

Welcome to the BILT Academy Podcast!Our second episode is a great one that has been curated by our BILT Academy correspondent Julia. This month's podcast is a BIM Praxis podcast, and in it, Julia interviews two industry experts about the topic of Digital Twins.During the podcast, we discuss Digitals Twins from a strategic standpoint, as well as learning the difference between a Digital As-built and a Digital Twin.Digital Twins from a Strategic point of view with Cristina Savian of Be-Wise.Digital As-builts with Michael Richert of BIM6D.You can find complete episode notes on the BILT Academy WebsiteBe sure to tune in for our next episode on August 27th, 2020, which will be a Science/Academic episode. This episode will be curated by BILT Academy correspondent Daniel as he explores BIM from a science and academic point of view with the help of an industry expert.We would also like to thank our Podcast Technology Sponsor BIM Track for their continued support of BILT Academy.Support the show (https://www.dbei.org/about-the-dbei-community/)
Welcome to the BILT Academy Podcast!This is our first full episode and has been curated by our BILT Academy correspondent David. This month's podcast is a technical podcast, and in it, David interviews a brilliant cast of experts. During the podcast, we cover 4 topics with the help of 5 industry experts:Revit 2021 with guests Desiree Mackey of GEI Consultants & Brian Mackey of BD Mackey Consulting.openBIM with guest Nathan Hildebrandt of SkewedVR (Virtual Reality) with guest Johan Hanegraaf of ArkioAR & XR (Augmented and Mixed Reality) with guest Greg Demchak of Bentley SystemsYou can find complete episode notes on the BILT Academy WebsiteBe sure to tune in for our next episode on July 30th, 2020, which will be a BIM Praxis episode. This episode will be curated by BILT Academy correspondent Julia as she explores Digital Twins with some industry expert interviews.We would also like to thank our Podcast Technology Sponsor BIM Track for their continued support of BILT Academy.Support the show (https://www.dbei.org/about-the-dbei-community/)
Episode Zero - Intro

Episode Zero - Intro

2020-05-2844:59

Welcome to the BILT Academy PodcastThis is our Episode Zero, an introduction to what the BILT Academy is about and what we look forward to sharing with our audience in future episodes of the Podcast.Our podcast will be published monthly, with each episode being filled with news, insights, and knowledge from within and around the building industry. We will be touching base on the academic, scientific, technology and BIM related topics that keep our building industry turning, so we can keep YOU the listener apprised and in the know. Each month the podcast will focus on one of three areas of interest: Technology BIM Praxis Science/Academic Each episode will be thoughtfully curated, based on the topic by our BILT Acadamy correspondents via research and industry expert interviews. Be sure to tune in for our first full episode on June 25th, 2020, where our focus will be Technology.We would also like to thank our Podcast Technology Sponsor BIM Track for their continued support of BILT Academy.Support the show (https://www.dbei.org/about-the-dbei-community/)
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