New, game-changing technologies and trailblazing companies are redefining the future of architecture, engineering, and construction. AEC TechTV is on the pulse of the digital transformation.
AEC TechTV is an online video show that features people and companies that envision, develop, and implement transformative technologies.
Technologies evolve much faster than our capacity to make use of them. Will technology make or break your AEC business?
It is more important than ever to know where technology is headed and what opportunities it creates for new and existing businesses. This is the perfect time to critically rethink how you operate and make money in the built environment sector.
What we offer
A video show
AEC Tech TV is an online video show that features people and companies that envision, develop, and implement transformative technologies.
If you’re ready to future-proof your business, tune in on Thursdays at 4 pm UK summer time or watch a recording of the show at your convenience.
Make yourself seen and heard
We’re not making AEC TechTV alone. Why not share your experiences, insights, and ideas on the show?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how you can participate.
Aarni Heiskanen is a Construction Innovation Agent who started his career as an architect in the 1980s. He has been one of the pioneers of digital design in the Nordics.
As a management consultant, Aarni has helped IT organizations and AEC firms in strategic planning and transformative development projects. He is also a software developer who co-created Thinking Portfolio, business portfolio management SaaS, and several other visual management tools.
Aarni is a co-founder of AEC Business, a real estate and construction communication consultancy, and an avid blogger and podcaster at aec-business.com.
Paul Wilkinson is a technology consultant, writer, freelance journalist, speaker, and PR and communications professional with extensive experience in the UK AEC software industry, particularly in Software-as-a-Service, BIM, mobile and social media.
Paul has been blogging about construction technology at Extranet Evolution since 2005, the year his comprehensive guide to construction collaboration technologies was published. He is deputy chair of the digital group at the Institution of Civil Engineers, chair of the technology group of the UK BIM Alliance, and a past chair of the construction and property group of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.