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Aerospace & Defense Case Study Airbus - Dassault Systemes Industrial IoT Case Study
Aerospace & Defense Case Study Airbus
For the development of its new wide-body aircraft, Airbus needed to ensure quality and consistency across all internal and external stakeholders. Airbus had many challenges including a very aggressive development schedule and the need to ramp up production quickly to satisfy their delivery commitments. The lack of communication extended design time and introduced errors that drove up costs.
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High Tech Case Study Dongyang E&P - Dassault Systemes Industrial IoT Case Study
High Tech Case Study Dongyang E&P
To achieve global leadership, Dongyang E&P needed to improve collaboration between product development teams. The company already had a product lifecycle management (PLM) system in place, yet it needed a platform that would facilitate collaboration and improve problem detection before going to mass production.
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3DEXPERIENCE platform on cloud - Dassault Systemes Industrial IoT Case Study
3DEXPERIENCE platform on cloud
Demand for Flow Robotics’ liquid handling robots is growing steadily as more pharmaceutical and medical laboratories seek to move from manual to automated biological sample handling and pipetting processes to run more efficiently and handle growing pressure. The Danish manufacturer needed a high-performance platform to help scale up the production of its robots and accelerate its product development processes.
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Electromagnetic simulation of antenna arrays - Dassault Systemes Industrial IoT Case Study
Electromagnetic simulation of antenna arrays
Developing innovative antennas for reliable high-speed data links in challenging environmentsAs the world becomes increasingly connected, 5G and satellite broadband offer wireless connectivity to previously inaccessible regions and environments. These technologies promise to revolutionize fields from communication and entertainment to industry, logistics, and healthcare by allowing high-speed data just about anywhere – 5G alone is expected to enable up to $664 billion in services by 2028.[1] Taking advantage of this potential will require new kinds of antennas that can meet new challenges.Previous generations of mobile technology tended to use omnidirectional antennas and similar designs that simply provided coverage from as many directions as possible. However, these designs won’t work for the future of satellite broadband and millimeter-wave 5G.For satellite internet to work properly, the end-user—who may be on the ground, in a moving car or boat, or even an aircraft— needs a constant line of sight to the satellite. The satellite itself moves across the sky, and the user may be repeatedly handed over from satellite to satellite.The problem for 5G is similar. The omnidirectional approach used by earlier generations is not appropriate, especially for the very high frequencies used in millimeter-wave 5G. At these frequencies, spanning from 24 GHz to 53 GHz, loss from waves passing through the air and other materials is much higher.ALCAN Systems was founded in 2016 with a mission to create a low-cost smart antenna system for cellular and satellite communication. They developed an innovative new approach using phased- array antennas, using liquid crystal display (LCD) technology to precisely control the time delay and phase shift between the elements. LCD technology can be made much more compactly, efficiently and cheaply than traditional phased arrays, and can be manufactured on the same production lines as LCD televisions. 
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Leading Player in Taiwan's High Tech Sector - Dassault Systemes Industrial IoT Case Study
Leading Player in Taiwan's High Tech Sector
To deal with the IC design industry’s complex supply chain, GUC wanted to employ a flexible and innovative business model, and function as a key design hub that integrates IP providers and IC design partners.However, the company had to first sort out its internal processes. Project status reports proved inaccurate as project information was updated manually every week. Managing product issues required many resources and problem-solving knowledge was neither accumulated nor compiled into a database.GUC needs to continually communicate, coordinate and collaborate with wafer manufacturers, packaging plants, test plants, and other business partners. As such, it requires a comprehensive project management integration platform to handle the intricate internal and external business processes.
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Increases Pace While Protecting Quality  - Dassault Systemes Industrial IoT Case Study
Increases Pace While Protecting Quality
Fujitsu’s challenge was to gather customer requirements for increasingly complex products, develop solutions, and test them on schedules that continue to accelerate. To avoid performing tests on outdated designs, Fujitsu’s employees needed better ways to stay informed about ongoing changes in requirements and design that might affect the tests being run.With large numbers of documents to manage it was difficult and time-consuming to make, track and communicate changes. Lack of visibility made it difficult to keep the requirements and test teams in synch, and finding data stored in static documents was a time-consuming process.
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A Global Fanbase - Dassault Systemes Industrial IoT Case Study
A Global Fanbase
Toyo Tire has big plans for its business. It recognizes the significant changes afoot in the automotive industry as car makers develop new modes of transport and advances continue to be made around connected cars and cities. As a new generation of electric cars come to market.As it seeks to build a new generation of tires for the ever-evolving automobile, Toyo Tire needed to accelerate its product development processes and put innovation at the core of its activities to develop new products and technologies that evolve with the industry and consumer expectations. To support this new approach, Toyo Tire decided to build a new simulation process and data management (SPDM) system which could rely on to support its innovation efforts. 
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Accuracy in Modeling Information - Dassault Systemes Industrial IoT Case Study
Accuracy in Modeling Information
Branch Technology required software that could help it process complex geometries to produce many components for a variety of different digital fabrication methods. It also wanted to implement a digital process that eliminated digital fabrication bottlenecks, could be easily updated, and yielded high-fidelity parts.
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