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Allen Angle

CS21861: Smarter Data for Construction and Handover: Easily Connecting Video and Photos

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to create more-valuable Revit models via connections with photo and video field documentation
  • Comprehend the basics of machine learning for speech and vision
  • Discover the benefits of moving beyond “folders” to using “tags” to organize content
  • Discover how videos and photos can be used for reality capture without special equipment or scanners

Description

Description

Projects are generating ever-increasing amounts of photo and video documentation. From mobile phones to wearable cameras to drones, the number of devices that can generate visual information is skyrocketing. Unfortunately, storing and organizing this content is not a simple task, nor is linking it to the actual assets. The files are numerous, large, and often do not have the required information associated to help categorize them. This case study of a live project will present a new approach that complements the visual organization capabilities of Revit software (and beyond) with a new product—Smartvid.io—to help store, organize, and tag the video and photo content captured on-site. We will discuss the concept of video-based reality capture within the context of construction, handover, and operations deliverables. This session features Revit, BIM 360 Field, and Building Ops. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

AEC Professionals with field and operations experience, Owners and facility teams

Speakers

Speakers

Allen Angle

Using his 20 years of architecture and construction experience, Allen Angle works directly with BRG clients to plan a seamless integration workflow from virtual design and construction (VDC) to integrated workplace management systems (IWMS). As integration manager, he is responsible for oversight and management of programs, tools, and processes for design and construction on project management, corporate real estate (CRE), and facilities management (FM), as well as overseeing BRG’s integrated lifecycle management program. His role has a unique focus on the full building design, construction, and renovation processes using VDC and Building Information Modeling (BIM) from conceptual design through client handover and beyond. Acting as a liaison between architects, engineers, and contractors for BRG and their clients during the design and construction process, Angle focuses specifically on the BIM and FM data that each party generates and how the CRE and FM Teams will be use this data postconstruction.

Josh Kanner

Josh Kanner is an experienced entrepreneur with a proven track record in fast-growing enterprise software companies.Most recently he was co-founder of Vela Systems, a pioneer in the use of web and tablet workflows for construction and capital projects. There he led the company’s product, marketing and business development functions. Vela Systems grew from bootstrapped beginnings to include over 50% of the ENR Top Contractors as customers and deployments all over the globe. The company was successfully acquired by Autodesk in 2012 and has been rebranded as BIM 360 Field.Prior to founding Vela Systems, Josh was responsible for product management and strategy at Emptoris (now part of IBM), a web-based strategic sourcing software company with customers including Motorola, GlaxoSmithKline, Bank of America, and American Express.Kanner graduated from Brown University and earned an MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. He still gets excited to put on a hard hat and walk a job.

Nathan Wood

Nathan Wood has been an industry thought leader for innovation since 2010 after sharing his award-winning implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and virtual design and construction (VDC) while working on the landmark hospital project for Sutter Health in Castro Valley, California. Wood has continued to share the most effective practices and lessons learned he's gathered from over 100 project teams spanning the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. These experiences have taught Wood that when it comes to adopting technology in design and construction, it’s never one size fits all. For that reason, Wood founded SpectrumAEC with a clear goal—solving the human barriers to new process and technology integration. He partners with organizations and project teams to successfully adopt change through executive strategy and collaboration workshops. Outside of SpectrumAEC, Wood continues to support industry progression through conference presentations, academic papers, and industry organizations such as the Construction PDF Coalition and Virtual Builders, Inc.

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Published

  • 2016
  • CS21861
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit
  • BIM 360 Field
  • Building Ops

Industries

  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction
  • Buildings

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Building Owners and Operators