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12 Apr 2018

Case Study: Adaptive Ensures Customer Meets Boeing Supply Chain Requirements

When a customer needed to document the processes and procedures necessary to qualify as a Boeing supplier under their D6-51991 Quality Assurance Standard, Adaptive stepped in to help them meet the necessary documentation requirements for compliance.

THE BOEING SPECIFICATIONS

The Quality Assurance Standard for Digital Product Definition at Boeing Suppliers (Boeing’s D6-51991) provides the basis for Boeing suppliers to create and implement plans, user level procedures, and process documentation governing the handling of Boeing-furnished datasets. As such, the DPD governs a wide variety of activities, starting with basic operations, such as how the supplier performs configuration management and maintains media security, the use and maintenance of product acceptance software, how measurement and test equipment is calibrated and certified, how internal quality audits are accomplished, and how the supplier’s employees are trained to assure competence in their roles and compliance in their daily work.

Learn how Adaptive worked with the customer, as well as Boeing auditors, to respond to every section in Boeing’s DPD specifications.

Read the full case study.

10 May 2018

3DEXPERIENCE FORUM Beyond Digitalization: The New Industry Renaissance

Dassault Systèmes will be hosting the 3DEXPERIENCE FORUM 2018, a must-attend event bringing together senior-level executives and thought leaders from a variety of industries, focused on transforming their business in the age of experience.

June 19-21, 2018 | Boston Marriott Copley Place | Boston

Through plenary sessions with industry thought leaders, focused breakout tracks, hands-on technology, and networking opportunities, the 3DEXPERIENCE FORUM will help you prepare for the economy of the future and an Industry Renaissance based on new ways of living, working, interacting, innovating and creating new business – with the makers or the social enterprise.

Why Attend

  • Hear from market leaders who are transforming their business through digitalization, challenging the competition and creating new revenue streams.
  • Delve down into cross-industry challenges and opportunities with your peers in customized tracks, and learn how other companies are navigating in the Age of Experience.
  • Learn how to leverage the cloud, platforms, and 3DEXPERIENCE to speed innovation, productivity and time to market leveraging global value chains.
  • Explore how to build the future workforce allowing business and people to innovate and create things in a more sustainable way.

Click Here to Register for the Event

28 Mar 2018
Abaqus Knee Simulator | SIMULIA | Adaptive

New Video: Abaqus Knee Simulator – Accelerating the Design of Knee Implants

A new video now available from the Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA group demonstrates how the Abaqus Knee Simulator application can accelerate the advanced design of knee implants using finite element (FE) analysis and 3D modeling. The video is hosted by Cheryl Liu, Ph.D. of Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA and Paul Rullkoetter, Ph.D. of OrthoAnalysts.

What is the Abaqus Knee Simulator?

The Abaqus Knee Simulator is a validated computational modeling tool for performing basic to advanced knee implant analyses and simulations. This tool offers five fast and easy-to-setup workflows which reduce your reliance on time-consuming trials and expensive lab equipment, while still meeting regulatory requirements. The video includes an overview of the five workflows, validation of the model, and a demonstration of the software tool.

The Benefits of the Abaqus Knee Simulator versus Physical Simulation

The Knee Simulator is an application that works with Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA software. The application includes five pre-Abaqus Knee Simulator - Five Workflowsvalidated workflows knee implant design engineers can use to test their designs without the time-consuming process of creating physical models. The five workflows include; Contact Mechanics, Implant Constraint, TibioFemoral Constraint, Basic TKR Loading, and Wear Simulator.

Dr. Chiu explains how the Contact Mechanics workflow can take up to four hours to run. In contrast, the creation of a physical model to conduct the same test could take four weeks and cost approximately $14,000.

About Abaqus

Today, product simulation is often being performed by engineering groups using niche simulation tools from different vendors to simulate various design attributes. The use of multiple vendor software products creates inefficiencies and increases costs. SIMULIA delivers a scalable suite of unified analysis products that allow all users, regardless of their simulation expertise or domain focus, to collaborate and seamlessly share simulation data and approved methods without loss of information fidelity.

The Abaqus Unified FEA product suite offers powerful and complete solutions for both routine and sophisticated engineering problems covering a vast spectrum of industrial applications.

View the video here.

 

26 Mar 2018

Adaptive Corporation Participates in NASCAR DC Solar 200

#DSC500 PromotionAdaptive Corporation joined 499 other businesses as part of the #DSC500 promotion. We completed the 200-mile sprint at the NASCAR DC Solar 200, held on March 10th at the ISM Phoenix Raceway. Driver Matt Tifft drove to a seventh-place finish (his best this year) in the fourth race of the season.

The campaign sponsored by Dollar Shave Club, a men’s grooming brand, was originated by Matt as a way to give back to the National Brain Tumor Society after being diagnosed and eventually making a full recovery from a brain tumor last year.

The Adaptive Corporation logo was selected from thousands of entries and was featured on the rear panel of car #2.

“We were pleased to be included in the #DSC500 promotion and support the National Brain Tumor Society with other small businesses across the country,” said Juliann Grant, VP of Marketing of Adaptive Corporation. “We appreciated the chance to participate in the NASCAR race and support the National Brain Tumor Society.”

 

06 Mar 2018
Adaptive

Adaptive to Join Dassault Systèmes at IHA Smart Home Pavilion

Adaptive Adaptive Corporation representatives will be joining Dassault Systèmes at the “Smart Home Pavilion”, part of the International Home & Housewares 2018 Show. The show will be held March 10-13 at the McCormick Place Convention Center in Chicago.

How Smart Kitchens will improve our lifestyle experience.

The Smart Home Pavilion will demonstrate how the future of housewares is quickly moving toward the smart home. Connectivity is being incorporated into nearly every corner of the home – from light bulbs to coffee brewers, from thermostats to ovens – connected products, once only a dream, are fast becoming a reality. Smart products too are making an impact – from Alexa to Siri, from vacuuming robots to trash cans – intelligent sensors are changing the way we live in, and interact with, our homes.

Listen to Dassault Systèmes session on Sunday, March 11 at 2.30 PM in the Smart Pavilion and watch a connected food robot come to life.

Susan Olivier, Worldwide Business Development for the Consumer Goods & Retail Industry at Dassault Systèmes, will lead a talk about How Smart Kitchens will improve our lifestyle experience.

When: Sunday March 11, at 2.30 PM
Where: Smart Home Pavilion, Hall of Global Innovation – Lakeside Center Lobby

Kitchens are becoming more and more intelligent, helping us improve our culinary skills like never before. With the rise of the Internet of Things, appliances are increasingly connected to each other, to the Internet and to our smartphones.

Discover the amazing journey of Nestor, a connected food robot, from initial market trends and customer requirements to freeform and detail design all using groundbreaking software applications. During our talk, we will show how industrial designers and engineers can ideate, design, engineer and produce smart kitchen appliances like Nestor by blending creativity and technical function.