Tag: Dassault Systemes

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


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

Abaqus Knee Simulator - Five WorkflowsThe Knee Simulator is an application that works with Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA software. The application includes five pre-validated 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.

06 Mar 2018

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.



20 Feb 2018

Adaptive Corporation Receives Platinum Designation in the Dassault Systèmes Partner Program

DSS_Platinum_Partner_AdaptiveAdaptive Corporation, the leading Digital to Physical Product Lifecycle Company, was recently named a Platinum Partner in Dassault Systèmes Value Solutions channel for 2018. The Platinum Partner designation is reserved for Partners that are highly engaged in Dassault Systèmes’ business and identified as best-in-class performers in the 3DS ecosystem. The award is based on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), which measure expertise in sales performance and efficiency, strategic alignment, and commitment. Other partner designations are Gold, Silver, and Bronze.

“Receiving this recognition from Dassault Systèmes is an honor for us at Adaptive,” said Eric Doubell, CEO of Adaptive Corporation. “We have tough competition in the Value Solutions channel and we are in great company at the Platinum level. We look forward to continuing our participation in this program as we further build upon our strengths as a reseller for Dassault. Ultimately, this effort helps us improve our ability to execute as an organization and ensures a positive customer experience when companies choose Adaptive Corporation.”

Read the press release

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10 Mar 2016

What’s New in Enovia R2016x?

ENOVIA.jpgEnovia R2016x just got an update and we wanted to share what’s new in this software version:

At a glance, here’s what is bundled in this release:

  • New offerings available with cloud subscription licensing to accommodate product portfolio planning and variant design
    • Includes Product Manager, Product Architect, Configuration Management, Configuration Management for BOM, and Change Management licensing
  • New interactive approach to define product configuration rules
  • New dashboard for tracking engineering deliverables
  • Automated materials compliance declaration requests
  • More fine-tuned project schedules accommodating fixed completion dates and unique working calendars
  • New approaches to investigate and compare CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE design alternatives

To learn more check out the video below or visit this page



05 Feb 2014

More apps? Is that what we really need?

Person 23dsV6CloudWhen I was getting ready to attend Dassault Systèmes 2014 Value Solutions Sales Kickoff meeting last week in San Diego I felt very excited. I was looking forward to this meeting because I have missed it three years in a row and I was eager to know more about all the new products and features.

After a couple of morning sessions I noticed the speakers kept referring to “apps.” In the back of mind I started saying, “Oh no! More apps? Is that what we really need?” I kept listening to other speakers and presentations.

To my surprise the idea of apps started making sense. If you think about it in the context of what we are used to today: ENOVIA for data management and CATIA for CAD authoring, there are tasks that each one of us in the engineering or manufacturing world performs. For example, a designer has the task of designing his or her product in CATIA and managing it within its assembly context in ENOVIA. All what I’d want from the tool is to give me the capability to do my tasks.

Dassault Systèmes’ response to this was to create processes that mimic the daily routines that users experience every day. From there, they mapped these processes to a set of apps that allow users to do each particular process. Users, managers and admins can now breathe a big sigh of relief, no more complex users to TRIGRAMS matrices, no need any more for complex packaging of licenses to make sure companies don’t duplicate or over purchase licenses. Simple process to users mapping! That’s it!

Software release V6R2014X is scheduled to GA on 2/24/2014. In this release the client for the first time in Dassault Systèmes’ history will be able to select a Cloud version of the V6 solution (public cloud only at this time). On-premise solution will still be available. But with this Cloud Version the client could purchase whatever process they need to perform their job, in turn, the cloud solution will figure out what apps you need to perform that process and make them available to you with your login, some processes might require download and install but it’s all straightforward. Very simple! No more complex installations, media handling, databases, hardware setups and compatibilities concerns, software patches and updates. All is taken care of for you. A total of 147 processes (maybe a little more, I kept hearing different numbers throughout the week) replace the 457 TRIGRAMS that we have to choose from in today’s setup. The Cloud version will only have 47 of those processes in 2014X, maybe more maybe less by the time it’s released.

I’m very excited about the changes that are coming and I’m sure our clients will see and realize the benefits from this simplified approach.

Authored by Sam Abu-Hamdan of Adaptive Corporation

30 Dec 2013

Dassault DSLS System Requirements

Many people have been asking about system requirements for DSLS to support R23 products.  Details below for your reference…

Operating System Prerequisites

The following operating systems are supported:

  • Windows 7 SP1 64-bit x86
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 64-bit x86
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 64-bit x86
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 64-bit x86
  • SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 64-bit x86
  • AIX 6.1 TL5 64-bit Power
  • AIX 7.1 TL0 SP2 64-bit Power
  • Solaris 10 5/08 64-bit Sparc
  • Solaris 11 64-bit Sparc

Therefore assume 32 Bit options are not available.