Parrot Uses Dassault Systèmes’ SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design For 3D-Shaped Drones

  • Our Bureau
  • 09:54 AM, February 16, 2015
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Parrot, a developer of advanced technology wireless products, has used Dassault Systèmes’ SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design application to successfully design complex 3D shapes for a future line of drones.

This application delivered significant social collaboration benefits to Parrot’s engineering and design teams through its use of Dassault Systèmes’ industry-leading cloud-based capabilities.

“SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design enabled us to develop an innovative idea in a record amount of time, without being derailed by challenges inherent to traditional design software,” said Henri Seydoux, founder and CEO of Parrot.  “SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design is the next generation of software for the design industry.”

SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design embraces the social, conceptual and collaborative design world in today’s age of experience by providing engineers with an intuitive cloud-based tool to design, collaborate and accelerate the design process—from concept to final product—anytime, anywhere.  Enhanced surfacing features allowed Parrot’s engineers and designers to create complex 3D shapes that were not possible before, and easily transition to mechanical design.  The application’s social collaboration capabilities also enabled Parrot’s teams in France and China to seamlessly work together throughout the process to generate organic shapes in a reduced amount of time. 

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