Companies are increasingly examining the potential of additive manufacturing in their industrial environments to move beyond the making of prototypes and short manufacturing runs with scalable, globally-deployed projects that enhance value creation. Digital continuity linking design, engineering, prototyping, testing and additive manufacturing enables companies to cost-effectively improve product strength, weight, flexibility and performance, to shorten production lead times, and to accelerate the prototyping and R&D design validation process, with quality, repeatability and security at each phase.
The partnership with Dassault Systèmes provides companies in aerospace and defense, energy, automotive, utilities and other industries with integrated solutions to explore and implement the use of 3D printing or additive manufacturing in industrial applications.
Model Based System Engineering (MBSE) and Virtual Engineering
Dassault Systèmes provides its 3DEXPERIENCE platform, a business experience platform whose software applications are used in system engineering for Digital Continuity from Engineering to Manufacturing. Capgemini leverages this cutting-edge technology to provide consulting and technology services within industrial engineering, global and system architecture, modelling and simulation, complex system project management, and connectivity, thereby helping industrial organizations embrace digital transformation.
Capgemini and Dassault Systèmes enable MBSE and Virtual Engineering organizations to be fully implemented into Capgemini’s Digital Manufacturing offer as a key part of the 3D digital continuity stream. Industrial customers will be able to achieve a model-compliant system and subsystem implementation during system definition and development. All industrial sectors can be supported: process industry, transport, energy, life sciences and luxury.