If you have been following this blog for the past 6 years, or if you’ve just found us – you will know that we at Dassault Systemes are driven by a goal to help people imagine sustainable innovations capable of harmonizing product (the economy), nature (the environment) and life (the people). We believe that “if we ask the right questions, we can change the world.” We are passionate about helping leaders in a range of industries around the world create innovative ways to advance and optimize our path to the future.
To support our mission, we are excited to announce that we have formed a new community on LinkedIn called Future Realities. You won’t hear a lot directly from us there. Instead, we created this as a space for anyone interested in kicking around ideas around future trends and technology to come together. You’ll find posts now from thought leaders from The Economist and the Wall Street Journal, and every day community members are raising their own questions to learn what others out there think.
We would love for you to join us! Share your own questions, or jump into one of the compelling discussion topics already raising interesting points, such as:
- With the advent of 3D printers, is the future of retail stores at threat? Do you have an opinion on Prantik Dasgupta’s thought provoking question?
- As prices of solar panels decline rapidly, would you install solar in your home? Massimiliano Santoni agrees with the concept of solar road tiles but would like to see battery storage and wind integration incorporated. What is your view?
- If you needed a transplant, would you want a customized one from a lab or one from a human donor? The consensus from Diane Crow, Harsh Tikku & others is that the lab provides the best option. What are your thoughts?