Online Conference Recording - Aired on November 30, 2018
How robotics, 3D printing, and AI are changing the face of construction
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Watch our first Redshift Live digital conference on demand: “How robotics, 3D printing, and AI are changing the face of construction.” Construction experts from Scaled Robotics, Bryden Wood, and AI Build share insights on how their companies are reinventing the industry.
- Stuart Maggs, Scaled Robotics
Using robots to change construction: What’s happening now, and what could the future bring?
- Jaimie Johnston, Bryden Wood
The rise of design automation and how lessons from manufacturing could help close the construction skills gap
- Daghan Cam, AI Build
How combining large-scale 3D printing, robotics, and automation could impact the building process
Redshift Live is an event series from Autodesk that explores the future of making through inspiring talks and panels with thought leaders in construction, manufacturing, infrastructure, and architecture. The event was held from Autodesk technology Center in Birmingham, UK on November 30, 2018.
Daghan Cam is the cofounder and CEO of Ai Build, a London-based company developing artificial intelligence and robotic technologies for large-scale additive manufacturing. He is also a visiting lecturer at University College London researching robotic fabrication, 3D printing, and parallel algorithms with GPU computing. His work focuses on developing intelligence for automating complex tasks in design and manufacturing by using computer vision and machine-learning techniques.
As head of global systems at design and operations consultancy Bryden Wood, Jaimie Johnston is one of the UK’s leading thinkers on the future of industrialized construction. A leader in techniques involving digital engineering and design for manufacture and assembly, Bryden Wood has applied these to large projects such as London Heathrow Terminal 5 and Terminal 2, as well as major frameworks for clients including GlaxoSmithKline, the Ministry of Justice, Highways England, and Crossrail.
Stuart Maggs is CEO of Scaled Robotics, a startup rethinking how to construct buildings and developing teams of mobile 3D-printing robots to automate construction sites. As an architect and designer, he has extensive industry knowledge and experience introducing digital fabrication to construction in both research and industry settings. Maggs was instrumental in the groundbreaking Minibuilders project and is also a visiting lecturer at University College London for the architecture master's program.
Kylee Swenson is a writer, musician, and the editor in chief of Redshift, Autodesk’s flagship publication dedicated to telling stories about innovation and the future of making in the architecture, engineering, construction, and manufacturing industries. In her six years working for Autodesk, she’s never had a dull moment learning how technology—such as machine learning in construction, generative design in manufacturing, and VR in architecture—is helping people imagine, design, and create a better world.