Dassault Systèmes’ V6 and the Automotive Industry’s Future

By Kate

We’ve had a recent series of V6 automotive wins, so I thought it was time to chat with one of our auto guys to see why.

So without further delay, voici Dominic:

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What do you think?

Can the automotive industry build cars of the future with old technology?

Best,

Kate

P.S. Many thanks to Tom Leeson, Dominic Kurtaz and Rémi Kerhoas for the video.




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2 responses to “Dassault Systèmes’ V6 and the Automotive Industry’s Future”

  1. Gavin McDermott says:

    This guy really seems to know what he’s talking about.

  2. Robert Bork says:

    The question isn’t so much if they can use old technology or not, the old technology is already proven to work, and we all know automotive innovation will not come from CAD or PLM software. The question is if your new software has what it takes for use in the real world. The much bigger automotive deals are falling toward Siemens, so I think V6 has a big uphill battle to prove itself.

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