It can be tough to keep up with all the great things that reporters and bloggers write about us, so check out these news highlights for Dassault Systèmes North America for April!
April 6, 2016 – SolidSmack: More On SolidWorks ‘Apps For Kids’ | Interview with Chin-Loo Lama
At SOLIDWORKS World 2016, SOLIDWORKS revealed 6 apps that introduce kids to more than just 3D modeling, but to entire 3D design process, starting from ideation and concept and going through to design and manufacturing. The idea behind the apps is to involve children in every step of the product development process. Read what Chin-Loo had to say about features of the apps, how they will be accessed, their core technology and whether or not we’ll see more apps in the future.
April 13, 2016 – AutomationWorld: The Digital Transformation in Manufacturing
The world of manufacturing has entered a Fourth Industrial Revolution—a time when the Internet has enabled unprecedented levels of communication between machines, products and people. At the same time, a digital revolution is underway. Manufacturers can now virtually model any design, production and distribution process to improve agility or optimize performance to achieve operational excellence. The combined effect of these two megatrends is now creating unprecedented new challenges—and opportunities—for manufacturers, suppliers, investors and consumers.
April 14, 2016 – San Francisco Business Times: People On the Move
Paul DiLaura has been named Managing Director of North America, in which he will be responsible for managing and growing all aspects of Dassault Systèmes’ North American business operations and accelerating the adoption of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.
View the official press release here.
April 14, 2016 – Cadalyst: Trusst Lingerie Uses SolidWorks to Engineer a New Support Structure
Trusst Lingerie is a startup company that was showcased on the main stage at the SOLIDWORKS World user conference in February. It was founded by two Carnegie Mellon–trained industrial designers — CEO Sophia Berman and CPO Laura West — to tackle a common design problem that few of their male counterparts are even aware of.
April 18, 2016 – Desktop Engineering: Examining Design in the Age of Experience
Starbucks gets it. So does Domino’s Pizza. And Dassault Systèmes does as well. Starbucks customers pay upwards of $5 a drink, but they get much more than coffee. Domino’s Pizza prides itself on delivery, therefore bringing an unaccustomed service to pizza-lovers. And Dassault Systèmes has a vision for design that goes far beyond the tools for creating a physical product, creating a broad vision for the future. These companies understand that today’s consumer, whether looking for coffee or pizza, a new car or an environmentally responsible home, want more than an item in hand. It’s all about the experience, in-person and socially connected.
April 29, 2016 – Desktop Engineering: The Lighter Side of CFD: Simulating a Dragon’s Fiery Breath
Finite element analysis (FEA) and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) are serious stuff. Engineers use it to analyze car crashes, airplane cabins, and heart valves, among others. But if you’re a fantasy fiction and film buff, you might find other uses of the software. It demonstrates how Johnny Snow, a fictional hero, might be able to survive a dragon’s fiery breath with a slight design change in his shield and adopting a crouching pose.