On Thursday, February 25th, 2021 Episode Ten of the BILT Academy Podcast went live.
Our Tenth episode has been curated by our BILT Academy correspondent David. This is the first of a two-part podcast series on Robotics. This month’s part one has David interviewing two industry experts about the future of robotics.
A quick soundbite of what is ahead in this episode
This month we kick off a series of podcasts where robotics take center stage. This episode focuses on the future of robotics, with the future being us, the next generation of the building industry. We invited a senior lecturer for robotics and a student graduating on this topic to give some insights on how robotics is currently taught and studied. As well as asking them to share their predictions of how the increasing demand for automation will change the curriculum of architects and engineers of the future.
- Boris Bähre is an Architect, Teacher and Curriculum Development at Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen
Boris is an architect, lecturer, consultant and physical programmer. After working for various architectural firms, he co-founded Spine Architects in Hamburg in 2005.
In the course of many years of teaching assignments at various colleges and universities (including RWTH Aachen, TH Kassel, TH Cologne in Germany and TU Delft in the Netherlands), Boris Bähre was intensively involved in research and BIM teaching in Master’s and Bachelor’s programs.
His university activities focus on the ‘socio-technical’ aspect of integrative methods and the introduction of combining techniques in teaching. In his current position at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen – Boris is currently in charge of development, coordination and teaching within the new minor: Built Digital.
One main focus of his current work is the introduction of:
“Automation fabrication in teaching – implementing a live and hands-on training of physical programming and Cobot Robotica”
- Anthony Meijer is a student for Built Environment at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen
Anthony is a student for Built Environment at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen. Anthony already acquired quite some experience in Robotics, sensor technology and AI and currently works at Visser & Smit Bouw Groningen a VolkerWessels company to graduate in Built Environment. For his bachelor, Anthony is researching possibilities in how a contractor can make use of Robotics and AI in the near future.
Some Episode Resources:
Episode Eleven – Coming March 25th, 2021
Be sure to tune in for our next episode on March 25th, 2021, which will be part two of our robotics series. This episode will be curated by BILT Academy correspondent Daniel as he explores the topic of advanced robotics..
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