Introducing Groundbreaking User Experience “IFWE Compass”

By Aurelien

What we announced earlier today is truly a milestone in the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform journey!

As our President and CEO Bernard Charlès puts it:

Today’s announcement is a pivotal moment in Dassault Systèmes history and the result of our commitment to bring innovative business value to our clients.  It is, as well, a ‘cloud’ announcement, but the cloud is more than infrastructure and a delivery mechanism. The cloud is a way of working.  It is where consumers voice their needs, their ideas, their feedback.  It is where innovation is fostered and ideas take hold.  The 3DEXPERIENCE platform reveals and delivers that potential. It gives our customers a holistic, inclusive and unified view of their business and ecosystem to create better experiences for their end-consumers.

You can find there the complete list of the V6R2014 cloud offers, but let’s focus here on the brand new user experience, aka “IFWE Compass”. Watch this:

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As you saw in the video, “IFWE Compass” is much more than just a mere ‘app-switcher’. It’s a truly unified environment coming with many features such as cloud storage (3DSpace), live dashboarding capabilities (3DDashboard), online chat including 3D as a media (3DInstantMessaging), interactive 3D scenes sharing (3DPlay), unified search across all apps and data (3DSearch), and more.

Also, the “6W Tagging” is a pretty interesting feature allowing to qualify structured and unstructured (e.g. folksonomies) information in a very natural, intuitive way. Indeed ’6W’ stands for the simple questions: Who, When, What, Where, Why, and hoW. Simple yet powerful questions!

More details about industry/user-focused scenarios will be coming as we move forward, but for now here are sneak previews from some of our Brands :)

So, do you like what you saw? Tell us what you think!

Aerospace Collaboration… in the Cloud, of course!

By Aurelien

In my previous post from our Farnborough series, I mentioned the CRESCENDO project as an insight into the future of modeling and simulation of digital aircrafts. Now, how about collaboration? Collaboration is indeed key when it comes to complex multi-tier supply chains such as in the Aerospace industry. And in order to get a single source of truth, cloud-based collaboration is a must. For that matter, BoostAeroSpace is another great European project fostering cloud-based collaboration for the Aerospace industry (you can also follow @BoostAeroSpace).

Better than any amount of words, check out the video below to see what we mean by a Collaborative 3D Experience in the Aerospace industry, from the passenger experience to the airline operator and to the aircraft manufacturer. All of it happening in the cloud, of course ;)

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What do you think? Wouldn’t it be awesome if a wish you’d share in an online community would turn into reality in the next manufactured aircraft?


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

By John

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.



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