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The Construction DorkCast – BIM Is Reality!

If you like to nerd out on construction technology, the Construction DorkCast is for you! Listen as a group of passionate nerds talk about tech, construction, and how we can all work to move the industry forward.

In this lively conversation (episode #44), the panel reviews key technology developments shaping the ever-evolving construction industry. You’ll come away from this in-depth look at reality capture, BIM, and scanning with a greater perspective on the industry landscape and why the adoption of these technologies is becoming more and more of an imperative. Chad Lucks, Quality Control Manager at U.S. Engineering Company, describes his experience using OpenSpace to document job sites on multiple projects. Gabriel Munes, Solutions Engineer at OpenSpace, shares insights about OpenSpace technologies such as 3D Scan.

Listen to this podcast to:

  • Learn more about the current uses of reality capture
  • Understand the considerations for selecting tools like OpenSpace for your tech stack
  • Get expert insights on the future of reality capture, scanning, and other tech
  • Gain new perspectives on the state of the construction industry and tech adoption

About the Speakers

Chad Lucks

Quality Control Manager, U.S. Engineering Company
Rob Miller

Rob Miller

Director, AEC Segment, FARO Technologies, Inc.
Gabe Munes

Gabriel Munes

Solutions Engineer, OpenSpace

Construction DorkCast

Travis Voss, Trent Leinenbach, and other passionate nerds talk about tech, construction, and how we can all work to move the industry forward.
At OpenSpace, we’re on a mission to bring new levels of transparency to construction. We combine simple off-the-shelf 360° cameras, computer vision, and AI to make it incredibly easy to capture a complete visual record of a jobsite, share it via the cloud, and track progress remotely. Our customers have used the platform to capture more than ten billion square feet of jobsite imagery in over 600 million images of active construction projects, from jobsites in 91 countries across five continents.