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DIGITALISATION Unveiling a new world of experience in 2020

Feb 18, 2020

To unleash a new world of possibilities, Dassault Systèmes’ Solidworks 3D Experience World 2020 brought in a new dimension of experience, which envisaged them to be the quintessential link between human and automation.

To unleash a new world of possibilities, Dassault Systèmes’ Solidworks 3D Experience World 2020 brought in a new dimension of experience, which envisaged them to be the quintessential link between human and automation.

The event, an amalgamation of about 6,000 designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, students and business leaders, added a silver lining to the 20-year growth legacy of the company. On the inaugural day Gian Paolo Bassi, CEO, SolidWorks, Dassault Systèmes, inaugurated the Selection Helper and Sketch Helper, a new machine learning features available in 3D Creator. To simplify assembly creation, Bassi also delved on an Artificial Intelligence based technology, Mate Predictor, which they would be launching later this year. “With our connected wall platform, we will be able to see if our customers are actually able to smoothly use the products that we sold or if they are struggling with the space, computational power, etc. With a smoother user interface, we are trying to build a stronger link with our customers,” mentioned Bassi while elaborating on how the company is going to be hand-holding their customers throughout the journey of digitalisation.

The event, an amalgamation of about 6,000 designers, engineers, entrepreneurs, students and business leaders, added a silver lining to the 20-year growth legacy of the company. On the inaugural day Gian Paolo Bassi, CEO, SolidWorks, Dassault Systèmes, inaugurated the Selection Helper and Sketch Helper, a new machine learning features available in 3D Creator. To simplify assembly creation, Bassi also delved on an Artificial Intelligence based technology, Mate Predictor, which they would be launching later this year. “With our connected wall platform, we will be able to see if our customers are actually able to smoothly use the products that we sold or if they are struggling with the space, computational power, etc. With a smoother user interface, we are trying to build a stronger link with our customers,” mentioned Bassi while elaborating on how the company is going to be hand-holding their customers throughout the journey of digitalisation.

Commenting of the significance of the event essentially for the automotive sector, Bernard Charlès, Vice Chairman of the Board & CEO, Dassault Systèmes, mentioned, “Our (Dassault Systèmes) platform is a de facto standard in the automotive sector for the big OEMs. I think the Solidworks platform is a big venue which will help accelerate the efficiency and integration, and in the case of automotive, it will also help about in vehicle integration, production, tooling and so on, because there is a lot of tooling design involved with Solidworks.”

During three-day event, initiatives like the ‘Technology Playground’, a space where organisations and students could exhibit their 3D printed creations / technologies, significantly boosted the morale of the younger generation and entrepreneurs participating and provided a new perspective on the changing nature of the business in the age of Industry 4.0. “We have a big ambition to connect dots and to create an incredible powerful environment to establish sustainable manufacturing,” summarised Bassi. The platform created by Dassault indeed stood true to its theme, and over the period of three days, it created an intersection platform for technology and humanity.

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