Shotgun Keynote – AIF 2021

Blake Avery
Blake Avery April 28, 2021 1 min read

What’s the future of automotive design? We dove into it at our 2021 Automotive Innovation Forum.  

Shotgun PM Brandon Tasker positioned Shotgun as the “operating system” your studio needs—that can help support a creative studio’s core functions. Its Production/Project Management, Creative Collaboration and Integrated Workflows make it an advantage for your Design Studio. 

Here are some key takeaways:  

  1. Shotgun has been built as the conduit for your various departments—Design, Modeling, Visualization, C&M, Engineering, Fabrication and Marketing, for example—to communicate and collaborate seamlessly, bringing everybody together. Regardless of software, role or project.  
  1. As an operating system, Shotgun standardizes and simplifies workflows. That means reduced complexity and fewer errors, as well as saved time. Imagine accelerated design cycles and improved iterations. We know that improved design quality happens through innovation.  
  1. Shotgun’s “out of the box” options allow you to easily implement it into your day-to-day. After that implementation, you can streamline workflows. From there, you customize Shotgun for your specific needs and goals—which means you become a technology leader. 

You won’t want to miss Brandon’s dive into some of Shotgun’s fantastic features—like automatic scene set-up, material management and platform selection.  

Stay tuned for additional product demonstrations, deep-dive videos and best practices that you can watch on demand.  

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