Can We Trust the Internet of Things to Protect Us?

By Valerie C.
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Trust Internet of Things

Within the next decade the internet could connect as many as 200 billion things—and not just machines such as cars or household appliances, but anything that you can fit a chip or sensor into—including humans. These devices, collectively known as the Internet of Things, should make life simpler, even healthier, but can we trust them to look after us?

It’s 6 am on Monday 1 October 2025. The device on your wrist has sensed that you’re waking up so it sends a message to your coffee machine to start brewing. You delay the coffee and go for a run instead. While you’re pounding the pavement, the sensors in your earphones detect an irregular heartbeat. The device sends an ECG readout to a cardiologist. He sees that the arrhythmias are just harmless ectopic beats and decides to take no further action.

Back home, you have your well-earned coffee and put the empty cup in the dishwasher. The dishwasher is full, so it starts running. A sensor detects that the appliance is due for a service. It makes the appointment with an engineer and books a date in your diary, which you later confirm. A couple of decades ago, dishwashers were one of the biggest causes of house-fires, but not anymore. The internet of things (IoT)—devices connected to each other over the internet—has made the world infinitely safer. From self-driving cars to smart pills that measure our health from the inside, the internet in 2025 has become a custodian of our health and safety. But have we been wise to give the reigns of responsibility—that we once took hold of ourselves for things like driving or administering medicine—to a device?

Read the Full article to get the answer!

If you want to go further on the topic of the IoT, you can read “What’s next in the Internet of Things?.

3DEXPERIENCE & V6 Innovation Stories from Bell Helicopter & Yong Dang E&P

By Matthew
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How do they do it? Well, we in ENOVIA at DS can tell you about it until we are orange, er, I mean blue in the face. But what is better than actually hearing all about the how and why from the sources?  Check these out!

Bell Helicopter:

Icon of the aviation industry, Bell Helicopter was the first company to obtain certification for a commercial helicopter,and has been a mainstay of the US defense industry since World War II.

With ENOVIA for our entire enterprise, the information around the aircraft is available and visible to everyone that needs that data, not only the engineers, which is the way it was in the past.  And because we have taken ENOVIA, and it is the master for most of the product data and it sends that data to CAMS and SAP as the slave systems, we are seeing an increase in quality of what is communicated from engineering to the shop floor

– Jeff Cloud, manager of systems engineering and engineering operations at Bell Helicopter.

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Download the case study .pdf file in our 3DSwYm community HERE.

Yong Dang E&P:

DONG YANG E&P, manufacturer of switch mode power suppliers, chargers, DC converters and solar inverters, launched its global expansion into China, Slovakia, Romania and Vietnam.

To achieve their global leadership goal, they needed to improve collaboration between their product development teams and improve product quality.

To do this, they chose Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform and its HT body industry solution experience comprised of ENOVIA apps for real-time collaboration globally.

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Download the case study .pdf file in our 3DSwYm community HERE.

 

Matthew J. Hall

Matthew J. Hall

Matthew Hall is the ENOVIA User Advocacy & Social EXPERIENCE Specialist.  You can find him on Twitter at @mjhall. Connect with ENOVIA at @3DSENOVIA

Silicon Valley Semiconductor User Group 2015 Meeting

By Matthew
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Semiconductor User DayBack after popular customer demand!

Given the success of last year’s Semiconductor User Group meeting held in France at the Dassault Systèmes headquarters, it was decided to hold a similar meeting in North America.

That meeting happened last week.  On Tuesday, September 15th, a diverse set of customers and partners joined the high tech, semiconductor experts from Dassault Systèmes at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California to review and discuss how to turn Semiconductor Complexity into Business profitability.

With the room full, attendees were able to learn how and about:

  • Engineering teams can take an active role in helping their companies achieve profitability
  • See how Silicon Thinking delivers a collaborative business platform that brings design teams, manufacturing teams, and product engineering teams together for the first time
  • Streamlined SoC Design Closure
  • Effective SoC Design Collaborations
  • Pinpoint
  • …and more

The feedback was very positive with messages such as, “time well spent” , “great overview of real world solutions for use in our industry.

If you could not join us but are interested in getting some recap of the day, there is a blog entry in our Semiconductor User Group Community (membership required to access) where you can catch up on the day’s topics as well as access the day’s files to download (membership has its benefits!).  Click HERE to view the blog post and if you are not already a member, you will have to join before you can view the content.

We will have a corresponding day in Vélizy, France on October 22nd, offering you one more chance to join us at the Dassault Systèmes HQ!  Register for that HERE.

Keep up-to-date on all of our user meetings happening around the world via our Calendar of Events and we hope to see you soon!

Matthew J. Hall

Matthew J. Hall

Matthew Hall is the ENOVIA User Advocacy & Social EXPERIENCE Specialist.  You can find him on Twitter at @mjhall. Connect with ENOVIA at @3DSENOVIA



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