Category: Dassault Systèmes

11 Sep 2022



This year’s virtual 3DEXPERIENCE Modeling & Simulation Conference will focus on game-changing technology from CATIASOLIDWORKS and SIMULIA, inspiring managers and leaders to design and innovate the next generation of products on one business platform.


This global virtual conference will empower attendees to truly absorb the benefits of moving to an integrated design and simulation approach that cannot be achieved with disconnected tools.


What to expect : 

  • Keynote speakers from large OEMs showcasing the benefits of modeling and simulation (MODSIM) and how it helps future-proof design strategies
  • Panel discussions with users  who are in the process of moving to a MODSIM approach
  • Demonstrations of industry workflows, putting MODSIM to the test


Who should attend?

  • Businesses wanting to improve productivity and collaboration during product development
  • Leaders interested in business sustainability and breaking down silos within the design process
  • Vice presidents, managers, and senior engineers looking for real-world examples of how to innovate and transform their operations



28 Jun 2021

eBook: Mastering Project Complexity and Risk with Business Intelligence

It is time to say goodbye to Excel.

Spreadsheet project management and reporting is slow, inefficient, inaccurate, and unable to tap multiple sources of data. Adding data analytics to your PLM creates a powerful single source of data that incorporates multiple sources, delivers real-time data, and creates actionable insights for all stakeholders.

Download our eBook, Mastering Complexity and Risk with Business Intelligence, which explains how adding analytics to PLM powered by the 3DEXPERIENCE® platform:

  • Facilitates shifting to performance-driven project management
  • Enhances decision making with real-time, actionable insights
  • Provides a single trusted source of data
  • Ensures data security

17 Jun 2021

On Demand: Accelerate Electric Drive Engineering

Learn how multi-disciplinary workflows are used to model and simulate e-Drive systems and performance.

An electric drive is the heart of an electric vehicle. Its performance is measured by many attributes, with key factors being durability, efficiency, harshness, cost and weight.

Achieving the targets for these characteristics requires solving highly non-linear, multi-variable problems involving structural, thermal, electrical, and magnetic physics domains.

Since these design objectives are interdependent, they need to be evaluated on the complete system, including the electric machine and the gearbox.

Watch this on demand webinar to learn how Dassault Systèmes electric drive engineering solution provides multi-disciplinary workflows to design and simulate the complete performance of an e-Drive in a short amount of time.

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25 Jun 2021

Tech Talk Live: The Real Deal in Electromagnetic Simulation – Tuesday July 20th

Join us for a live tech talk with our simulation experts who will explore the challenges and benefits of working with simulation tools for electromagnetics.  Get some of the brass tack answers you’ve been wondering about when it comes to electromagnetic simulation tools and approaches.

Date: Tuesday, July 20th

Time:  12:00 pm EST

This conversation will explore:

  • Benefits of a Cloud platform for simulation 
  • The power behind electromagnetic simulation
  • Tools for Antenna Engineering and Certification
  • Improving Thermal Performance

Who’s On the Panel?


Jeremy Fejfar
Adaptive Corporation,
Formerly CEO,  Heavyside Corporation

Patrick DeRoy
CST Application Engineer
Adaptive Corporation
Formerly Heavyside Corporation

Monika Balk
Dassault Systémes
CST Engineer

Jeremy earned a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology and worked as a Design Engineer at Realtronics Corporation.  After 10 years at CST of America, Inc. where he was responsible for sales in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest, Jeremy joined Jay Stone Associates.  He subsequently started Heavyside Corporation and via acquisition, serves at Adaptive Corporation as an Enterprise Account Executive. 

Patrick DeRoy earned his BSEE and MSECE degrees from UMass Amherst in 2011 and 2012, respectively. Transitioning from grad school to CST of America full time, Patrick provided technical support, training and consulting services. He also served as the Technical Account Manager for key automotive OEMs and as the EMC Market Development Manager. In 2018, Patrick joined Analog Devices’ automotive business unit, leading their design for EMC initiative on A2B products. After joining Heavyside Corporation part time in 2020, he now provides technical support and services for Adaptive Corporation, following the acquisition of Heavyside. Patrick is an active IEEE EMC Society member, serving as Young Professionals Representative, Boston Chapter Vice Chair and Webmaster, and reviewer for Technical Committee 9, Computational Electromagnetics.

Monika Balk is currently an Industry Solution Experience Senior Manager with Dassault Systèmes Simulia. During her work for Dassault Systèmes Simulia she supported leading high-tech customers worldwide. She has over 15 years of experience in the simulation software industry after she received her Ph.D. at Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, in 2005 with an accelerator physics related topic. Before, she graduated in 2000 at the Gerhard-Mercator-University Duisburg, Germany, in high frequency engineering.


23 Feb 2021

The Missing Link Between IIoT and Manufacturing Success

Every manufacturer wants to improve their production processes. More and more of them in recent months and years have become convinced that digitalizing operations and making use of industrial internet of things (IIoT) data will be the latest trend to yield results. In fact, IDC reports that IIoT spending in discrete manufacturing will exceed $150 billion by 2022.

The problem is, nearly three-quarters of those manufacturers are going about it wrong.

A new white paper from Dassault Systèmes, “Digital Manufacturing and the IIoT” examines how manufacturers can achieve success with a single platform—and avoid the dreaded pilot-project purgatory.

Where It Goes Wrong

The point of IIoT is to derive actionable insights from a multitude of collected sensor data. But that statement hides a problem: IIoT technologies and systems are independent platforms that collect information from their own sensors and report on it. Without a unified platform gathering data from your various IIoT technologies, all you’re doing is digitalizing your traditional processes—complete with silos and communication problems. You need more.

Unfortunately, according to a recent McKinsey report, only 30% of survey respondents transitioned diverse IIoT deployments into unified, large-scale rollouts. That means most of the rest were stuck in pilot-stage purgatory.

How You Can Get It Right

The missing link in the chain between IIoT data and manufacturing success is the unified platform. The industry has come to recognize the value of unified platforms at the product design level, which allow concepts to be shared, tracked, and discussed with all stakeholders via one unified interface. The next step is understanding the value of a unified IIoT platform that allows manufacturers to access, monitor, and control production processes and offers a consistent way to handle the data challenges you deal with across supply chains.

Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform was created to aggregate and coordinate data streams from the multitude of applications manufacturers rely on. It keeps the focus on the customer’s experience by ensuring availability of manufacturing insights based on accurate information. And because it unifies all data from every stage of the product lifecycle, 3DEXPERIENCE helps you improve internal processes while simultaneously allowing you to deliver better products to market.

For more details on how to ensure your IIoT efforts translate to success in your organization, read “Digital Manufacturing and the IIoT” or contact Adaptive to find out more about how the 3DEXPERIENCE platform can help.

30 Oct 2020

Dassault Opens New Innovation Center with Purdue University

Recently Dassault Systèmes announced the opening of the 3DEXPERIENCE Education Center of Excellence in Advanced Composites with Purdue University.  The two organizations have been strategic partners for seven years focused on bringing digital transformation to life both in academia and the real world.  The goal of this facility is to focus on advancing the development of high-performance advanced composites and ensure material innovation continues for many years beyond papers, talks and books.

“Innovation is important to us all, and the language of innovation in the future will be simulation,” said R. Byron Pipes, (the John L. Bray Distinguished Professor of Engineering at Purdue) who’s been at the leading edge of materials science worldwide for decades. “The knowledge base we’ve created currently resides in books, magazines and academic papers. Eventually it will reside in simulation tools. This is where the future is going.”

“Together, we will advance the digital enterprise by developing the human talent essential to this new paradigm and by utilizing the 3DEXPERIENCE platform to exercise digital twins of complex-composites manufacturing and performance to demonstrate the power to predict phenomena that are understood today only by empirical experiences,” Pipes said.

Dassault Systèmes and Purdue will collaborate to introduce these concepts to a wide range of industries within the advanced composites community, including original equipment manufacturers and lower-tier suppliers.

The philosophy of the 3DEXPERIENCE Education Center of Excellence is to create a learning environment at multiple levels – from advanced research in manufacturing and performance of advanced composites to the engagement at all levels of students needed to build the workforce of the future for Industry 4.0.

The Dassault Systèmes center is co-located in the Indiana Manufacturing Institute in the Purdue Research Park, where a professional staff of engineers is engaged in solving customer problems with the help of Dassault Systèmes products, including the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.


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)