CATIA V6 online at 36,000 ft: ON and ABOVE the cloud :)

By John
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As I am frequently flying over US to meet with customers, I’ve spent a lot of time working in planes. So I appreciate that CATIA V6 be ‘on the cloud’ in the sense that it allows to refine a 3D design online using a standard https web connection. I thought I would share with you my experience of design using CATIA V6… from 36,000 feet.

YES: this is not just about being ON the cloud but also, literally, ABOVE the cloud(s) ! :-)

What I like when authoring with CATIA V6 is that I don’t need to check out and download locally my assembly to perform my modifications, and check them back in. Nope. Instead, I navigate through the 3D design residing on the server instantly over the web, open the parts I want to work with, perform the changes and hit save (more precisely “propagate” as we say in V6, as it also manages the potential impacts) when I’m done.

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Maybe this video can give a new meaning to streaming “up/down” only what is necessary of the 3D design: up/down from a plane.

John CoyneJohn Coyne is an Application Engineer at Dassault Systèmes in the Los Angeles area.

V6 online from a coffee shop :)

By Javier
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Sometimes, when I tell customers that they can design from anywhere with V6, I get some raised eyebrows. So I thought I would give it a try at the local coffee shop. How “anywhere” is that? In seconds I was able to securely connect to our server in Boston to finish up my design work in CATIA V6 :)

 

 

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Javier GarciaJavier Garcia is a member of CATIA Technical Sales team at Dassault Systèmes in the Los Angeles area.

 

 

A talk with Freddy Mini, CEO Netvibes

By Aurelien
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As I was listening at reactions following our recent acquisition of Netvibes, some of you wondered about the rationale behind it as well as how well Netvibes could fit in our existing portfolio. So I seized the opportunity to meet with Freddy Mini (CEO, Netvibes) during SolidWorks World 2012 event last week in San Diego to ask him a couple questions  :-)

  1. Who/what is Netvibes (as a company and as a product, since they share the name)
  2. What are the underlying technologies of Netvibes (06:52)
  3. How does Netvibes complement 3DSwYm and Exalead (08:28)
  4. How does Netvibes fit in a typical product innovation process (12:05)
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If you would like to see Netvibes in action, you will want to watch this:

 

So, what do you think? What should have asked? Feel free to leave a comment.



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