DTS Speaker Spotlight: Jarod Schultz

The Design Technology Summit (DTS) brings together professionals from the AEC industry that have an impact on implementing technology within their firms. DTS has been utilizing small forum discussions since its conception and we are excited to incorporate round tables with BiLT NA 2019 Thursday’s sessions. This format will allow attendees to be involved with the discussion in greater depth and provide a wider swath of topics to be communicated by each attendee.

At DTS 2019 in Seattle, Jarod will be conducting a round-table for DTS, “People, Process, and Technology – Can We Tame the Tornado?” A session that will explore the rapid advancement of our design tools, along with staff, and their workflows, everyone has had to make changes. This disruption, and how everyone uses their design tools to deliver their projects, it has been an ongoing headache in the AEC industry.

Jarod Schultz has been an active participate in shaping the AEC industry since the early stages of his career and will continue to do so in his current role as Director of Research and Development for MasterGraphics.AEC out of their Denver office. Jarod works with a team to develop new solutions that his client’s value: inventing new concepts, workflows, and processes. Collaborating with early adopters and innovators, He has worked on projects that have comprised of; bio-mimicry, sustainability, computational, and generative design solutions. His team also develops software applications which requires him to analyze, plan, implement, and be a scrum master for the project.

Jarod’s personal life even embodies the need for process improvement and speed. Outside of work, Jarod loves anything that is fast, combustible or electric. He appreciates anyone that can take anything and improve it for speed and handling. Even with his mental approach, he is always looking to improve the process. As a Kaizen Event/Emotional Intelligence Practitioner, he embodies a thought process to look at something and make it better; either for himself or what is around him.

As we explore how this disruption impacts the design process, we will be reminded about the impact of ContinousNext and that everyone should be prepared to face and adopt changes in technology, competition and business.

DTS and BiLT NA 2019 will be held July 17th – 20th in Seattle Washington. This is a unique event that is ran ‘by users, for users’, and is a great place to get advice from peers who are knowledgeable yet still wanting to learn themselves. Plan on attending and register today.
https://www.dbeinstitute.org/event/bilt-na-2019/

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