When it comes to Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes the questions are endless… But where do you go to find the answers?
The Digital Transition is a podcast series created to assist those tasked with implementing Digital Strategies. The goal: To create higher quality outcomes in the development of the built environment by unravelling the masses of misleading information and confusing terminology. Each episode focuses on a key topic of interest and invites a different Industry leader to contribute their expertise. Together the episodes create a series of conversations, sharing knowledge and experiences to support you on your own Transition.
Digital Twins with Anna Murray
The Digital Transition Podcast powered by NBS. In this episode, I talk to Anna Murray about Digital Twins. Digital twins in my mind are a controversial topic, in the way they are being miscommunicated by people in the industry. Learn about the history of digital twins and, like BIM not all digital twins are the same.
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TMR's Digital Transition with Bryan McSweeney
The Digital Transition podcast powered by NBS. In this episode, I talk to Bryan McSweeney, the BIM Implementation Manager from Transport and Main Roads, an Agency of the Queensland Government. We discuss the journey they have been on to date and the challenges of implementation for an asset owner that has a large expansive asset holding.
Transport and Main Roads Website
Bryan McSweeney LinkedIn
Legal Issues in BIM with May Winfield
The Digital Transition podcast powered by NBS. In this episode, I talk to May Winfield about the legal implications that asset owners and the people delivering the asset can face when BIM deliverables are specified. Learn about some of the traps you need to avoid when you want to include BIM deliverables or have your project delivered in accordance with ISO19650!
May Winfield LinkedIn
May Winfield Twitter
Buro Happold website
Winfield Rock Report
Australasian BIM Advisory Board with Andrew Curthoys
The Digital Transition podcast powered by NBS. In this episode, I talk to Andrew Curthoys about the Australasian BIM Advisory Board (ABAB). We talk about why ABAB was created, who it was created by and the outputs they have created so far for the industry.
Classification Systems with Sarah Delany
The Digital Transition podcast powered by NBS. In this episode, I talk to Sarah Delany from the NBS about Classification Systems. We talk about why they are important, how they are used and what they are used for.
The Digital Transition Season 1 Wrap Up
It has been a lot of fun bringing you these interviews over the last 10 months. In this episode, I quickly summarise the episodes, and I have collated all of the responses from my guests on what BIM means to them. It makes for interesting listening. I hope that this series has provided you with knowledge and I look forward to bringing you series two in 2020.
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Best in genre for BIM and Asset data management
This podcast is ten steps ahead of most Architectural practices and is active in creating alliances and solutions for Asset owners. So much more than an Architectural perspective, this is an exceptional resource for clients and owners.
Very relevant to the architectural profession
Interesting podcast from a team that looks like they are keen to progress BIM.
Very insightful and well worth a listen.
Looking forward to more episodes!