ENOVIA Keys to 3DEXPERIENCE – Italy User Group Meeting

By Matthew
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Less management, More Innovation

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You and your customers are cordially invited to attend the 2016 ENOVIA Keys to 3DEXPERIENCE User Group Meeting in Milan, Italy, coming June 23rd (Thursday).

Less management, More Innovation” is the theme of this year’s ENOVIA User Group Meeting

This June 23, Dassault Systèmes is pleased to invite you to the Keys to 3DEXPERIENCE roadshow 2016, to be held in Milan at the Spazio MIL.  It is a day dedicated to the confrontation with the world’s leading experts and the community ‘ENOVIA to educate, inspire and foster collaboration for the passage and adoption of 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

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Stephan Declee ENOVIA CEO

There are many reasons to attend:

 

  • Stephane Declee, CEO, ENOVIA, will tell us how to turn ideas into experiences, with an environment that is not file-based, but data-driven, and one which facilitates collaboration and innovation, thus creating a modular product platform for an extensive and global company.
  • Yannick Audoir, ENOVIA R&D VP, will cover topics such as the new ENOVIA 2016x:  “Powered
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    By” the adoption of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform in an xCAD context, the ergonomic development of User Experience, to the availability of ENOVIA solutions on mobile devices.

  • Find out more on “Disruptive Engineering” and act quickly to capitalize on market opportunities while increasing design productivity, 3D tools and PLM Dashboarding Analytics in order to get faster decisions and gain a competitive advantage.
  • Hear testimony from leading companies that cultivate passion for innovation!

The cases of these clients you will hear at the meeting are representative of the current reality in which real-time collaboration among design offices and global product development teams has become essential to increase competitiveness by expanding the range of products and through the opening of new markets.

The concept of innovation always involves teams around the world working together with global information in a social cMilan-Keys-3DEXPERIENCEontext with the utmost clarity, confidence and consistency.

Do not miss this event as by attending, you will learn of the deep value offered by the 3DEXPERIENCE platform and ENOVIA solutions.

Click HERE for the details, agenda and registration.  We suggest you REGISTER NOW as seats are limited.

See you in Milan!


“Meno Gestione, Più Innovazione” è il tema dell’evento ENOVIA di quest’anno.

Il 23 Giugno Dassault Systèmes ha il piacere di invitarti al Keys to 3DEXPERIENCE roadshow 2016, che si terrà a Milano presso lo Spazio MIL.

Si tratta di una giornata dedicata al confronto con i maggiori esperti mondiali e la comunita’ di ENOVIA per informare, stimolare e favorire la collaborazione per il passaggio e l’adozione della piattaforma 3DEXPERIENCE.

MilanoKeysBlogImageCi sono molte ragioni per partecipare:

  • Stephane Declee, CEO di ENOVIA, ci racconterà come trasformare le idee in esperienze, con un ambiente non più file-based, ma data-driven, che facilita la collaborazione e l’innovazione, creando così la piattaforma di prodotto modulare per l’azienda estesa e globale.
  • Yannick Audoir, ENOVIA R&D VP, ci farà scoprire le novità di ENOVIA 2016x: dal “Power By” per l’adozione della 3DEXPERIENCE platform in contesti xCAD, agli sviluppi ergonomici della User Experience, fino alla disponibilità delle soluzioni ENOVIA sui dispositivi mobile.
  • Per saperne di piu’ sul Disruptive Engineering, atto a capitalizzare velocemente le opportunità di mercato e aumentare la produttività del design, e agli strumenti di 3D Dashboarding e PLM Analytics, per prendere decisioni piu’ velocemente  ed acquisire un vantaggio competitivo sui concorrenti.
    Per ascoltare le testimonianze di aziende leader che coltivano la passione per l’innovazione:

Milan-KeysI casi di questi clienti sono rappresentativi di una realtà in cui la collaborazione in tempo reale tra gli uffici di design e di prodotto sparsi nel mondo, diventa fondamentale per aumentare la competitività attraverso l’ampliamento della gamma dei propri prodotti e l’apertura di nuovi mercati.

Il concetto di innovazione implica sempre di più che i team in tutto il mondo collaborino con informazioni globali in un contesto sociale nel massimo della chiarezza, della fiducia e della coerenza.

Non mancare a questo appuntamento, potrai toccare con mano come il valore della 3DEXPERIENCE platform e delle soluzioni ENOVIA.

CLICCA QUI per i dettagli , agenda e registrazione.  REGISTRATI sin da ora, i posti sono limitati.

Ci vediamo a Milano!

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ENOVIA at DESIGN in the Age of EXPERIENCE

By Matthew
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DitaoEComing this April 11-12 in Milan, Italy – join colleagues and like-minded design-focused professionals from around the world as they converge on what will be a blow-out global conference.  For two days, come and be inspired by solutions delivering disruptive 3D experiences for designers around the world. Let’s imagine together the future of Design and Engineering, connecting the dots from FICTION to FUNCTION, and innovating across roles on Dassault Systèmes.

ENOVIA will be at this event and we invite you to join our breakout sessions planned that we hope you attend.

April 11
Day 1:

  • Brand CEO Breakout Session

April 12
Day 2:

  • Accelerating Market-Driven Product Development with Garth Coleman VP of ENOVIA Brand Marketing (9:30am)
    Learn how to get the best ideas from the market and enable requirements-driven
  • Keeping complex projects on time with Invisible Governance with of ENOVIA Brand Marketing Howie Markson (10:15am)
    Learn how to provide global teams with accurate, realtime information to keep design deliverables on track and respond to ever-shrinking product lifecycles
  • Harness the power of 3DEXPERIENCE and CATIA V5 with Howie Markson (11:30am)
    Learn what exciting and unique 3DEXPERIENCE® applications can be leveraged by CATIA V5 data to enhance your design capabilities and improve your productivity
  • Disruptive Engineering using Data Driven Design with Sameer Arora of ENOVIA User Experience (1:45pm & 2:30pm)
    Learn how to quickly capitalize on multiple market opportunities to capture market share and significantly improve design productivity

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  • Move to 3DEXPERIENCE with Sameer Arora (4:00pm)
    Transition & Coexistence approaches for CATIA V5 users moving to the 3DEXPERIENCE platform

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The day will have the other Dassault Systèmes brands on site with engaging and exciting content.  Additionally, plan to check out the 3DEXPERIENCE Playground where you will be able to enter virtual universes where you will discover how the 3DEXPERIENCE platform helps companies innovate in the age of experience and shape the future.

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We look forward to you joining everyone at this event.

HERE’s a LINK to the detailed agenda and all the relevant info for the two days can be found on the landing page HERE.

See you in Milan!

Spotlight on 3-im: Bringing a World View of BIM to Italy

By Akio
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Edmondo Occhipinti, Founder &Director,  3-im

In some ways Edmondo Occhipinti, founder and director of BIM consultancy 3-im, is starting from the ground up—again.

Occhipinti spent more than eight years with Gehry Technologies, working from his role as a consultant to ultimately manager of the company’s European and South American divisions.

During that time, he grew from an individual with strong technical knowledge of 3D technologies to a manager who taught others how to apply these tools.

Now, in his new role with 3-im, Occhipinti is teaching a whole new group of players how advanced modeling can solve some of the most complex challenges facing the AEC industry.

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Tech-Created Challenges

Many of these challenges are created by the technology tools used most widely today.

For example, on the project management side, one of the greatest problems Occhipinti sees is the fragmentation among systems.

“Every single department is on its own system,” he explains. “There is no integration among planning, procurement, etc., and everything is spread out on a thousand different documents that are really not connected at all.”

This fragmentation leads to problems in communication, errors and emailed updates that are outdated almost before they are sent.

Then, there are issues of scalability.

Many façade contractors already are using 3D technologies. The challenge, however, is finding a scalable solution that allows them to grow their business beyond one scope. Products suitable for coordinating the sizing of 300,000 cladding panels haven’t always been able to handle the highly detailed engineering of smaller components — or smoothly interface among these details.

3-im, a Dassault Systèmes partner, has heard time and again the surprise of clients who realize a solution already exists that can improve coordination among trades and components.

A New 3D Market

That surprise often comes because the Italian industry is relatively new to 3D design possibilities.

The country is home to some of the strongest construction companies in the world, particularly in the field of infrastructure. Many of these players have branched out worldwide and have led to the rise of smaller supporting players.

The painful irony, however, is that many of these companies are struggling in the regional market, even as they grow internationally, due to the ongoing economic crisis in which Italy is mired.

It’s within this unique contradiction that Italian contractors are beginning to ask about 3D technology. Occhipinti notes that as a result of these economic forces, Italy has been moving much slower than some of the Northern European countries into its use of technology tools.

“What we’re seeing is these companies that are now technically very strong, but technologically very weak,” Occhipinti says.

That is about to change.

A Partner in the Process

Because many of these contractors have offices around the world, these Italian companies are comparing their capabilities to joint venture partners that are prepared to bid on projects requiring 3D delivery.

This recognition is leading many regional projects to seek out partners such as 3-im.

“They are looking at partners in Italy and thinking ‘if I want to get more competitive abroad, where my main market is, I need to be able to compete with the others and bring myself to another level. How do I do that?’” Occhipinti has found.

It’s a question that 3-im is well suited to answer. The company is made up of Italians whose careers have been built on technologically complex projects entirely outside of Italy. Since arriving in Italy in 2013, the company has established work with several major contractors, and is setting out to wow the rest by way of example.

A Complex Example

Among those examples is 3-im’s current work with Morphosis Architects on the San Donato Milanese headquarters of Eni S.p.A., the Italian oil company with worldwide operations.

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The 117 million EUR complex will feature three buildings covering 120,000 square meters. Each building will be connected by various platforms. The double-skin façade is designed with a level of geometric complexity that made 3D design a near necessity.

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During its design development, Eni decided to implement a BIM process for the design allotment, construction documents and tendering process. “It was looking for a partner that had the experience to run this particular process,” Occhipinti said.

At the start of this project, 3-im found a partner in Dassault Systèmes, finding the company’s 3D technology the perfect product for defining the scale and complexity of the Eni project.

For nine months, 3-im experts have worked to build a dense 3D model for the project, bringing it to LOD 350, which not only represents the shapes and sizes of specific object, but also the interfaces among building systems.

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Occhipinti explains that using 3D helped ease three key areas:

  • Coordination of systems: 3D allowed 3-im to model the work of the different trades that would be involved. Occhipinti notes that many basic 3D programs would not have been enough to handle this coordination — because of the changes that were happening on an almost daily basis.
  • Geometric complexity: The double-skin can be complex to fabricate on its own, but this one employs some fairly unique geometry. In addition, each entry is made up of a double-curvature glass reinforced concrete panel that will ultimately be carved one by one due to their individual designs.
  • Data structure: The model was structured so that all of the necessary materials and specifications, and all of their information and features, was included and could be effectively pulled out of the model as needed. This not only proved helpful with scheduling, but with cost control.

A Fresh Opportunity

Despite the challenges facing Italian design and construction companies, and their partners around the world, Occhipinti sees major opportunities.

“We are living in an extremely complex moment where the global economy is shifting from one phase to the next, and this shift is a great opportunity for every industry to think about itself and propose new ways of improving processes,” he says.

As he points out, the construction industry is infamous for its inefficiency, so at this point there are no wrong answers — except for maintaining the status quo.

“Things like this don’t happen quickly,” Occhipinti adds. “When I started in this industry more than ten years ago, people were saying ‘in five years BIM is going to be standard.’ Five years later we heard the same thing. Things take time to change — and that’s good for us. We have the time to bring new value to the market.”

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Akio Moriwaki

Akio Moriwaki
Dassault Systèmes’ head of global marketing for the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry, Mr. Moriwaki led the launch of the groundbreaking Lean Construction Solution Experience and is a member of buildingSMART.


Related Resources:

Whitepaper: Technological Change Brought by BIM to Façade Design

Collaborative and Industrialized Construction 

Façade Design for Fabrication  Industry Solution Experience