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18 Aug 2021

Kinetic Vision Uses SIMULIA Cloud for Cross-Industry Innovation

When Kinetic Vision first opened its doors 30 years ago, the company stood out with a unique service: helping clients to virtually test products using modeling and simulation in an era when the technology was rarely seen outside the aeronautical and aerospace industries.

Founded by Rick Schweet as an analysis company, Kinetic Vision has since grown into an integrated technology company, expanding its focus beyond modeling and simulation to other
technologies like computed tomography scanning, visualization, machine learning and non-destructive testing. The company now consists of eight different groups focusing on these various technological services. “We are a services company. We help other people make their things better,” explains Shane Mooney, Group Manager of Kinetic Vision’s Modeling and Simulation Group. “We’re just a group of talented people with diverse backgrounds and diverse skillsets who are really interested in the creative problem-solving method.”

Kinetic Vision Case Study

 

Kinetic Vision Chooses SIMULIA Cloud

Adaptive introduced Kinetic Vision to the benefits of SIMULIA cloud and allowed the company to run some small pilots—with fantastic results, according to Topich. “Adaptive is a continued resource that we lean on regularly to bounce ideas off to figure out new ways to solve problems,” he says. “We have a great relationship with them, truly something we value.”

Adopting cloud services through the 3DEXPERIENCE platform was a “no-brainer” according to Mooney. The cloud allows Kinetic Vision to scale “infinitely and instantly” for any project needs. If a client asks for a project that requires hundreds of simulations, that request can be rapidly fulfilled with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the cloud solution.

Watch the Kinetic Vision story below

15 Oct 2020

eBook: 4 Reasons to Choose 3DEXPERIENCE Cloud

If you have been considering moving to 3DEXPERIENCE on the Cloud, you may be interested in downloading our latest eBook: 4 Reasons to Choose 3DEXPERIENCE on the Cloud.

One of the considerations manufacturers must make when choosing to move to a PLM platform is whether to install the software on-premises – potentially incurring additional costs for hardware and IT time – or whether to make use of a cloud-based solution. This eBook covers the benefits of the 3DEXPERIENCE Cloud platform and how it can help improve product development processes.

Learn how Cloud solutions lower Total Cost of Ownership from things like incurring IT consultants costs for installation, requiring additional servers or software maintenance costs. Get a quicker Return on Investment with Cloud solutions by accessing enhanced collaboration capabilities from centralized cloud access, onboard more employees faster, and ensure everyone is working from the same product data no matter where they are located.   

Download eBook: 4 Reasons to Choose 3DEXPERIENCE on the Cloud:

Other links that may be of interest:

VIDEO: CATIA Engineering on the Cloud
3DEXPERIENCE 2021x Presentation Exploring Core CATIA Capabilities

or get more Cloud info here:

  • Webinar on-demand: 5 Way to Ensure Business Continuity with CATIA v5
  • Demo: CATIA Cloud on 3DEXPERIENCE 2021x
  • 5 Levels of Cloud Security – White Paper
  • CIMdata: Making the Connection: The Path to Cloud PLM
  • Demo Video: CATIA Engineering on the Cloud (same as above)
22 Oct 2020

Adaptive Presentations at COExperience 2020

Adaptive sponsored COExperience 2020 along with hosting a virtual booth at the event in September. Frank Thomas and Florian Bardet had the opportunity to present in the COE session on Reverse Engineering with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. We also posted a few exclusive videos in our booth that highlighted CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE on the Cloud, NC Programming, and more.  Details include:

  • A recording of the COE Virtual Session by Frank Thomas and Florian Bardet:  Optimize Reverse Engineering with 3DEXPERIENCE which highlights how to combine the power of 3D Scanning hardware with the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to support innovation cycles.

  • Demo: CATIA Engineering on the Cloud – This video highlights the most current features of CATIA Engineering on 3DEXPERIENCE r2021x Cloud

  • Video: Introduction to CATIA v5 NC Programming – our video shows the range of capabilities of CATIA v5 when automating NC Programming on the shop floor.

  • The Latest in our 3D Printing Portfolio with our Walk-Through Video of our Additive Manufacturing Lab at the Youngstown Business Incubator facility.

28 Aug 2020

White Paper: 5 Levels of Security in 3DEXPERIENCE Cloud

The ever-growing interest in Software as a service (SaaS) has necessitated a new paradigm in requirements for Cloud Security, since customer information is transferred, processed, and stored outside the customers’ usual environment, emphasis must be placed on securing this information. The 3DEXPERIENCE platform offers a cloud version of its software to enable engineering teams to collaborate and innovate from anywhere in the world.

We have put security at the heart of our online business experience platform development and deployment in order to ensure several well-controlled layers of security, with a particular emphasis on Security in Depth.

Discover the 5 levels of Security in Depth that is critical to how we protect your
most valuable asset:  Your Business Data!
 

Learn more about the 3DEXPERIENCE Cloud security methodology and the methodologies and techniques used to mitigate security risks.

Learn more about 3DEXPERIENCE on the Cloud:

3DEXPERIENCE ON THE CLOUD

3DEXPERIENCE On the Cloud Video Series

30 Jun 2020

3DEXPERIENCE Forum: A Virtual Journey

The 3DEXPERIENCE Forum has moved to a Virtual meeting format and will hold its first meeting July 29th.  There are four meetings planned over a span of four months.  Each conference will address the latest in topics on manufacturing and supply chain, design and innovation, modeling and simulation, and Cloud solutions.

The dates include:

July 29th, 1:00 pm EST
Manufacturing and Supply Chain

  • Business in the Age of Experience: Challenges and Opportunities for North America
    Erik Swedberg, Managing Director, North America Dassault Systèmes
    Watch Session
  • From Things to Life
    Bernard Charlès, Vice Chairman & CEO Dassault Systèmes
    Watch Session
  • Digital Thread
    Renee Pasman, Director Integrated Systems, Skunk Works Lockheed Martin
    Watch Session
  • Simple By Design
    Craig Maxwell, Vice President and Chief Technology and Innovation Officer Parker Hannifin
    Watch Session
  • How to Transform the New Normal into an Opportunity
    Florence Verzelen, Executive Vice President, Industry, Marketing, Global Affairs and Workforce of the Future Dassault Systèmes
    Watch Session
  • Close
    Erik Swedberg, Managing Director, North America Dassault Systèmes
    Ales Alajbegovic, Vice President, SIMULIA Industry Process Success & Services Dassault Systemes
    Garth Coleman, Vice President, ENOVIA Advocacy Marketing Dassault Systemes
    Eric Green, Brand Marketing Vice President DELMIA Dassault Systèmes
    Watch Session

August 26th, 1 pm EST
Fueling Innovation in the Agile Enterprise

  • Fueling Innovation in the New Agile Enterprise
    Morgan Zimmermann, CEO EXALEAD / NETVIBES Dassault Systèmes
    Stephane DeClee, CEO ENOVIA Dassault Systèmes
    Jason Benedict, Vice President of R&D and Acting CEO BIOVIA Dassault Systèmes
    Rekha Kamat, 3DEXPERIENCE Platform Business Development Executive Dassault Systèmes
    Vincent Merlino, Business Experience Solution Portfolio Director, ENOVIA Dassault Systemes
    Watch Session
  • The Future of Work is here…and now!
    Andy Kalambi, President and Chief Executive Officer RIZE, Inc.
    Watch Session
  • The Connected and Responsive Enterprise
    Ramón López-Doriga, Marketing Manager Familia Torres
    Vincent Merlino, Business Experience Solution Portfolio Director, ENOVIA Dassault Systemes
    Watch Session
  • Delivering Projects On-Time and On-Budget with Collaborative Project Planning, Execution and Analytics
    Roberto Marengo, Chief Technology Officer Sabelt S.p.A.
    Joan Puig, Development Manager, MIDI Department IMC TOYS S.A
    Watch Session
  • Transforming Traditional BOM Management into Model Based Engineering
    Garth Coleman, Vice President, ENOVIA Advocacy Marketing Dassault Systemes
    Watch Session
  • Bureau Veritas Digital collaborative tool for Conformity Assessment
    Denis Bourguignon, Nuclear Technical and Development Manager Bureau Veritas
    Watch Session

September 23, 1 pm EST
Modeling and Simulation in the Age of Experience

  • Cognitive Augmented Design
    Mark Teneyck, Management Director, CATIA Sales Expert Dassault Systèmes
    Shashank Aggarwal, Director, SIMULIA Sales North America Dassault Systèmes
    View Session Details
  • Rapid Simulation of Multibody Assemblies Via Design Based Model Definition
    Dana Frye, Structural Analysis Engineer Joby Aviation
    View Session Details
  • Concept Structure Engineering: Making Simulation Driven Design a Reality
    Anup Iti, Senior Manager – Industry Process Consultant, CATIA Dassault Systemes
    View Session Details
  • Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)
  • Robust Design: Paradigm Shift in Technology
    Brad Heers, Director, SIMULIA IPS, Structures Industry Process Expert Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA
    View Session Details

October 14, 1 pm EST
Enabling Business Continuity Using the Cloud

  • Enabling Business Continuity Using the Cloud
    Frederic Morin, Cloud Business Development Manager Dassault Systèmes
  • Introducing a Validation-Ready Cloud Platform for Open Source Medical Devices
    Michael Gans, Senior Program Manager, Life Sciences Marketing Dassault Systèmes
  • Turbocharge Your Business: The Dassault Systemes Cloud for 3DEXPERIENCE On Premise!
    Peter Terwilliger, Cloud Advocacy Dassault Systèmes
  • 3DEXPERIENCE as a Business Experience
    Vincent Merlino, Business Experience Solution Portfolio Director, ENOVIA Dassault Systèmes
    Björn Lindwall, Founder and CEO SolidEngineer
  • Intuitive 3D Designs with CATIA® and SOLIDWORKS® on the Cloud
    Jerry Jackson, VP, CPE WW CC&T Industry, Global Online Sales Dassault Systèmes
    Jordan Tadic, Senior Solution Consultant Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORK
    Nuri Miller, Cloud Industry Business Senior Consultant Dassault Systèmes

Register for the July session now, and select your options for the later sessions.

12 Nov 2019

How to Master the 3DEXPERIENCE Cloud Platform-Video Series

Learn how to use 3DEXPERIENCE on the cloud with our Exclusive Video Series

These short videos (about 2 minutes each) take you step by step from set up and adding users to sharing documents and working together on the cloud. Watch how James, along with his team members Ryan and Maria and supervisor Florian use the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to plan and manage design projects for their team. 

See the benefits of using a design platform like 3DEXPERIENCE first hand such as:

  • Accessing the right data, files and drawings in 3D
  • Collaborating and managing design project schedules and tasks across teams
  • Easily importing CAD data from other systems to leverage the entire toolset
  • Finding old part files or drawings for reuse that are buried in other databases
Watch Adaptive's 3DEXPERIENCE Video Series today.
Click on the image to begin watching the series today.

The 3DEXPERIENCE platform supports the design and development of products digitally. The platform houses multiple applications within one software system seamlessly. As a user, Flo (from our video series), logs in only one interface yet can access all of the different facets of the 3DEXPERIENCE he has licenses to from that one platform (i.e. SIMULIA, CATIA). 

This platform, from Dassault Systèmes, allows users to collaborate in real-time on projects no matter their location providing a single version to work from. No more storing parts of the digital data from a project in multiple platforms that are locked away and difficult to find. 

Another important aspect of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform is that it is infinitely scalable. You can start with a basic functionality and then add to the platform as your business scales or bring in other teams to the product lifecycle. 

Learn more about what the 3DEXPERIENCE platform can do for you by clicking here

 

21 Mar 2019
Cloud Computing

Cloud HPC Made Easy With 3DEXPERIENCE

Technology has brought great gains to enterprise while also upping the pressure. Companies can do more, faster, with comprehensive, integrated software platforms and powerful hardware architectures, but they can’t rest on their laurels. The game is always changing. There’s always a next, new, faster, more powerful tool to buy if they want to stay ahead of the competition.

The additional challenge comes from margins being squeezed throughout the manufacturing process. Customers demand more information, more options, and more speed in product delivery. Manufacturers play a constant game of “keep ahead of the Joneses,” while trying to achieve maximum ROI.

The Purchase-and-Use Approach to Hardware

A corporation’s typical approach to computing is to equip and staff a full data center, purchasing racks of servers and piles of software to house everything from databases to corporate email, VOIP, file storage, department files, and enterprise applications. Every data center also requires support: space, power and cooling, switches, UPS, firewalls, cabling, racks, and fire protection—not to mention the staff to run and maintain the equipment. And upgrades every three to five years. Then there are the hidden costs, including outages, maintenance, backups, depreciation, insurance, and more. It’s a resource-intensive endeavor, but to date, there’s been little choice.

Hardware is a particularly tricky part of the equation to consider, especially when an enterprise needs high powered computing (HPC) configurations. HPC systems are vital for a variety of critical computer-intensive simulation and optimization tasks, such as analyses of fluid flow dynamics, mechanical and structural stresses, and electromagnetic behavior. As might be expected, the speed and capacity of installed HPC resources can have a big impact on how quickly a new product makes it to market and how it fares against the competition.

But it’s not as easy as “the bigger the better.” HPC resources are expensive, and only rarely in a typical work cycle are they used to their maximum capacity. But companies can’t skimp on them either. IDC reports that hardware and software were only 14% of the three-year cost of ownership of HPC resources, but staffing is more than half. With the greatest investment coming in the form of worker time, downtime and lost productivity that result from workers waiting around for computations to run can be the most costly gamble of all.

The Cloud Solution

In a new paper, Cloud-Based High Performance Computing, Dassault Systèmes suggests a new solution that scales with an enterprise’s needs: cloud-native software with integrated simulation tools—the 3DEXPERIENCE platform—to run on cloud HPC or in a hybrid cloud/in-house configuration.

To date, cloud hasn’t been widely adopted by those needing HPC, in part because every solver algorithm may perform better on different types of architecture, but also due to concerns about security for IP-related data, full access to technology, costs, and more. However, the cloud HPC market has risen to those challenges, much as other SaaS cloud providers did. Since Salesforce’s pioneering effort with CRM in cloud services, other enterprise cloud-service businesses have grown exponentially in recent years, from basic office tools to big-data analytics providers.

As the paper points out, Dassault is in a unique industry position with their offer of a complete suite of connected tools, “all the way from early stage product conception, through physics-based optimization to manufacturing simulation and in-service operation.” In addition, they offer an all-in-one, turnkey solution for cloud-based simulation that includes software, data, hardware, and licensing on-demand. Like today’s cloud-based CRM, cloud-based engineering and design data can be selectively shared and collaborated on by worldwide teams while still maintaining a secure, traceable single source of truth.

With Dassault’s 3DEXPERIENCE and cloud offerings, large enterprises can build confidence in cloud HPC while still working in a hybrid manner with their own datacenter, and small companies can maintain or move to a zero-IT footprint. For every organization, a natively cloud-based, collaborative system offers faster time-to-market and lower costs via improvements in product organization and management, communication, and overall productivity.

To find out more about the details and costs of HPC and Dassault’s solutions, read the paper or contact Adaptive.