Dassault Launches “Engineered To Fly” Solution For Small And Medium Defense Suppliers

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  • 09:33 AM, November 14, 2014
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Dassault Systems announced the launch of “Engineered to Fly” digital continuity from design engineering to manufacturing solution for small and medium sized aerospace and defense suppliers during its annual 3D Experience Forum, North America Wednesday.

Aerospace and defense suppliers today face significant pressure to improve gross margins, revenues and market share. The number of companies competing for business is rising while original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are imposing just-in-time delivery of parts and systems requiringgreater production flexibility from suppliers. 

The Solution offers driven and controlled execution allowing collaboration with multiple OEMs while maintaining fully secure intellectual property (IP), Enhanced operational efficiency leveraging real-time project execution, predefined templates and automated processes and digital continuity optimized with dedicated solutions for each major design class and covering the process from design engineering to manufacturing and production.

“The solution sets a new standard in productivity with dedicated solutions for each major commodity class, from machined parts to composites, sheet metal, systems and installations,” said Michel Tellier, Vice President, Aerospace and Defense Industry, Dassault Systems.

“This solution for aerospace and defense suppliers maintain digital continuity from design engineering to manufacturing while securing IP. Benchmarks conducted by our customers consistently indicate productivity improvements of 40 percent and reduced cost of ownership by as much as 15 percent versus current state-of-the-art methods,” he added.

“We believe the Dassault Systems’ ‘Engineered to Fly’ industry solution experience is the right solution at the right time for customers like GDC Techniques. ‘Engineered to Fly’ and the 3DEXPERIENCE platform provide a strong foundation to improve productivity and support company growth,” said James Ryan, CEO, Inceptra.

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