This post is a bit of a grab-bag of various event-related topics.
The first one (chronologically, if not in terms of the title above) is the availability of session recordings from the recent CanBIM event: “The Future of Work: Designing Resiliency and Building Work Safety Post-COVID”.
My own session was entitled “Using Generative Design and Digital Twins to Improve Occupant Well Being”.
As it was the first session of the day – with a new web streaming platform – there were a few teething issues for the sponsor’s introduction (and the session auto-closed a little too promptly, which meant no Q&A at the end). My piece runs from around the 18 minute mark through to the end (at 50 minutes). Oh, and it seems there’s a charge of $5 CAD to stream the recorded session – I hope you don’t regret the expense if you choose to pay it. Many thanks to Dan Doherty for inviting me to present, to Laurie Elliott from RAND/IMAGINiT for introducing me, and to Tina Seifert and…