Dassault Systèmes ENOVIA is the data management backbone of the unique 3DEXPERIENCE platform. The underlying technology empowers many of the world’s largest and most technically sophisticated manufacturing companies. Most PLM companies offer a CAD product on one hand and a data management product on the other hand. Only Dassault Systemès offers the full array of value creation solutions for manufacturing as a comprehensive, integrated 3D environment.
ENOVIA is available for a wide variety of technical and business applications, enabling stakeholders across the enterprise to contribute in product development. Specific disciplines in the ENOVIA ecosystem include Product Planning and Program Management; Requirements Management; Quality and Materials Compliance; IP Classification and Protection; Design Management; Bill of Materials Management; and Configuration and Change Management.
A variety of 3D dashboards provide a modern user experience both intuitive and powerful. From the dashboards users can move through such strategic operations as project planning, eBOM creation, regulatory compliance management, and controlled document management. Designers and marketing team members can publish packaging representation and photorealistic product images using ENOVIA’s unique CATIA Live Rendering module.
The ENOVIA user experience is state-of-the art. Users can search across the enterprise for part or product information, then drag and drop the results onto an existing product structure or portfolio.
The ENOVIA 3DEXPERIENCE platform is purpose-built for managing the value creation process for all divisions in the manufacturing firm. From marketing and sales to design, engineering, and manufacturing, ENOVIA configurations are key to the Dassault Systemès Industry Solution Experiences application portfolio. The ENOVIA platform can be installed as an enterprise solution in-house or cloud-based for the globally dispersed enterprises.
3DEXPERIENCE is used to create classification libraries for different data types. Each library defines a taxonomy of attributes for describing items assigned to a specific library class. This video shows how libraries are defined, how items are classified, and how users search the library.
This video shows how controlled documents like standard operating procedures can have formal change control applied.
This video shows how a product portfolio and its configuration rules can be managed using bikes as the example.