NXT DEV 2023 Videos

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Stream #1

1: Introduction - Martyn Day // AEC Magazine

NXT DEV intro – BIM 2.0
AEC Magazine’s Martyn Day sets the scene for the future of AEC software development, including BIM 2.0.

2: Jay Vleeschhouwer // Griffin Securities

AEC technology market trends
A Wall Street’s insider’s view of the AEC design technology landscape. With Jay Vleeschhouwer.

3: Erik De Keyser // Qonic

Founders stories #1
Business lessons for AEC startups from industry leaders.
Eric De Keyser – Qonic (original developer of TriForma, founder of Bricscad).

4: Aaron Perry // AHMM Architects

Future Design Software ‘Shopping List’
Aaron Perry (AHMM), talking on behalf of a collective of leading AEC firms, introduces the “Future Design Software Specification“, as he explores the challenges AEC design firms face and the future tools they need to drive productivity.

5: AEC Design Tech Panel // Perry, Schleusner, Watts

Panel discussion: AEC design tech
The limitations of current AEC tools and what the industry needs from next gen AEC products. With Greg Schleusner (HOK), Aaron Perry (AHMM) and Andy Watts (Grimshaw).

6: How can this Industry Sustain its Commitment to Sustainability? // Fischer, Leutiger, Surgeoner

Panel discussion: How can this Industry Sustain its Commitment to Sustainability?
Nearly every publicly listed company has an ESG strategy to maximize shareholder value, yet building production is arguably failing to make significant improvements in both carbon and waste reduction. Who pays, who cares and who owns the task of step change improvement, and how can technology impact progress? With Mirren Fischer (MDRxTech), Sarah Surgeoner (Creative Building Performance), and Philipp Leutiger (Holcim)

7: How much are we learning from Prefabrication Failures? // Bell, Dunn, Green, Harpham

Panel discussion: How much are we learning from Prefabrication Failures?
Prefabrication companies have regularly failed during the last few years, both in Europe and the US. With this background, this panel will discuss, dispute and challenge why this has been happening, even though the overall enthusiasm for DFMA, offsite assembly, and improved supply chain strategies still remains high. With Charlie Dunn (DPR), Bruce Bell (Facit Homes), Oliver Green (Kope), Richard Harpham (ex Revit, Autodesk, and Katerra)

8: The future of AI in AEC

Panel discussion
How will AI transform the AEC industry – from the size of AEC teams to autonomous workflows? With Richard Harpham (chair) Martha Tsigkari (Foster + Partners), Adi Shavit (SWAPP), Francesco Iorio (Augmenta), Cobus Bothma (NVIDIA), Senthil Kumar (Slate), Sherif Tarabishi (Foster + Partners), Anthony Hauck (Hypar), Jesper Wallgren (Finch), and Amar Hanspal

9: AEC Venture Capital and Development Panel // Clemans, Kurke, Leutiger, Bhattacharya, Luck

Panel discussion: AEC Venture Capital and development
Hear from those funding the AEC technology sector – how to pitch, what areas are hot, the outlook for the market. With Amar Hanspal (Angel) Jess Clemans (A/O Proptech), Tom Kurke (Bentley Acceleration Ventures), Philipp Leutiger (Holocim Maqer), Shubhankar Bhattacharya (Foundamental), and Moritz Luck (Angel)

Stream #2

1: Pamela Nunez Wallgren & Jesper Wallgren // Finch

BIM 2.0 presentation – Finch
Finch utilises AI, graph technology, and advanced algorithms to optimise and challenge your design. With Pamela Nunez Wallgren and Jesper Wallgren

2: Adi Shavit // SWAPP

BIM 2.0 presentation – SWAPP
In this talk, we will explore the transformative impact of artificial intelligence on the AEC industry, focusing specifically on the diverse AI methodologies utilized by SWAPP. We will get a sneak peek at how SWAPP leverages techniques like machine learning and advanced algorithms to automate the Design Development and Construction Document phases of architectural planning. This automation drastically reduces manual labor and accelerates project timelines. By enabling firms to handle more projects effectively and consistently, these AI-driven strategies are not just streamlining processes – they’re reshaping the industry. Join us to understand how this AI-driven revolution is setting the stage for the future of the AEC industry. With Adi Shavit.

3: Federico Fernandez // Urbanly

Urbanly (CityCompass)
CityCompass is a platform for visualising urban areas in 3D that uses procedural modelling and analytical tools. With Federico Fernandez

4: Mark Thorley // KOPE

KOPE
KOPE is a platform that brings together experts from design, construction, pre-fabrication and software. With Mark Thorley

5: Jonathon Broughton // Speckle

6: Martin Sheehan // Spaces

Spaces
Sketch-based concept design for iPad & Apple Pencil. With Martin Sheehan.

7: Francesco Iorio // Augmenta

BIM 2.0 presentation – Augmenta
A fully automated building design platform in the cloud (currently MEP), built from the ground up around generative AI. With Francesco Iorio

8: Anthony Hauck // Hypar

BIM 2.0 presentation – HYPAR
Next-generation platform for designing, generating, and sharing building systems. Currently using chatGPT to generate detail models. With Anthony Hauck

9: Cobus Bothma // Nvidia

Accelerating AECO Software Development with NVIDIA
Cobus Bothma will explore the many NVIDIA technologies and SDKs available to accelerate AEC software development.

10: Altaf Ganihar // Snaptrude

BIM 2.0 presentation – Snaptrude
New generation BIM design tool, taking models from design intent to accurate construction. With Eric De Keyser, and Jacob De Sutter

11: Erik De Keyser // Qonic

BIM 2.0 presentation – Qonic
New generation BIM design tool, taking models from design intent to accurate construction.

12: Marty Rozmanith // Blue Ocean AEC

BIM 2.0 presentation – Blue Ocean AEC
A brand new procedural concept to detail design application for architects with integrated modelling & analysis tools and schedule generation. With Marty Rozmanith.