Data and Location Intelligence

What gives you a sense of place? Is it that intangible feeling of right-ness? This seemingly intangible feeling is becoming more quantifiable by the day with the advent of data intelligence and location intelligence. Sara Maffey describes her work at Local Logic as akin to creating a digital twin of cities. Thousands of factors like trees, walkability, parks, and more play a part in scoring different locations for real estate investment and consumers.

How Healthcare Design is Evolving

Healthcare design is moving towards functional scenarios. We are no longer just planning for the current space, but rather what the space could be in 5 or 10 years under an entire matrix of different scenarios. This is precisely where evidence-based design comes in. Architects in general are good at keeping information behind the curtain, but what if they were to publish their findings? Together we can grow the evidence base and elevate the practice altogether.

Why Your Work Won’t Scale

Automation can help not only workflows for designers, but also those in construction management as well. Paul Wintour cautions that despite what you may think, money isn’t usually hindering the progress of construction, there is usually something deeper going on under the surface. In this episode, we take a look under the surface of big projects and uncover hidden inefficiencies.

Connections Between Time and Tasks

What can automation do for you and your company? So far, do you think it’s helped or hindered what you do? Join hosts Christopher Riddell and Jackson Sensat and guest Patrick Chopson as they discuss the differences that automation has and will have on the AEC industry, making informed decisions on the job site, how to optimize data collection, and harnessing AI to achieve both climate and social change.