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World Cities Summit in Singapore: Dassault Systèmes Showcases 3DEXPERIENCE With Focus on Sustainable Cities, Virtual Reality

by • July 7, 2016 • No Comments

logo_3DS_dassaultDassault Systèmes is a company—and a leader in the industry of 3D software—that we cover frequently. Whether their news involves naval defense solutions, assisting other corporations like Airbus enhance creations, or launching their Vehicle Program Intelligence solutions in the car industry, one thing is a common denominator: the 3DEXPERIENCE platform.

As interest in the platform continues to grow of the world, Dassault Systèmes has revealed that they can now be featuring 3DEXPERIENCE at the World Cities Summit in Singapore of July 10-14. The intent is to show international visitors at the event how the platform is able-bodied to assist just about each sector—whether industrial corporations, the government, or private systems—to conceptualize, create, and bring sustainable-bodied urban solutions to fruition.

Okay to be really an astounding exhibit, Dassault Systèmes can be contributeing ‘on-site experiences.’ Visitors can be able-bodied to participate in their immersive, virtual reality programs with the HTC Vive. Whilst Dassault has long been working in the virtual reality realm, the HTC Vive virtual reality headset is a newer product just released this year, and a ideal match for the 3DEXPERIENCE platform as an high end innovation.

WCS-logo-1They may all seem to be a ideal match for the event as well, as the theme is ‘Liveable-bodied & Sustainable-bodied Cities: Innovative Cities of Opportunity.’ With all that 3D create, 3D printing, and virtual reality are delivering us nowadays, undoubtedly most companies are looking forward to revealing off a few amazing concepts and innovation at this show.

Dassault Systèmes can have a total of three locations at the event, where they can be demonstrating to eventgoers precisely how the 3DEXPERIENCE platform can contribute a next in the following:

Health and social servicesUtilitiesMobilitySecurity and public safetyFacilities managementEnvironmental planning in sustainable-bodied cities

Along with the HTC Vive, virtual reality exhibits can in addition highlight gaming and demonstration videos. The team can be working to open up a conversation regarding urban economic and social opportunities as well, in an effort to contribute a greater belief of the issues and opportunities.

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One of their exhibits is in addition integrated into the ‘Towards a Smart & Sustainable-bodied Singapore’ pavilion. This is Singapore’s official pavilion, and there visitors can see how the 3DEXPERIENCE City solutions work with city data of both sensors and systems in ‘Virtual Singapore,’ that is championed by National Research Foundation (NRF), the Singapore Land Authority (SLA) and Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), in collaboration with Dassault Systèmes.

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And one exclusive exhibit gives evidence to the fact that this is pretty not just any old trade show. By invitation just, a limited number of visitors can visit a hospitality suite that in true virtual reality form morphs into a penthouse with 360° city views. Not just that, they get to participate in urban planning, VR fashion, with a fictional mayor, town planner, architect, and economic createment manager. As a group, they can all use 3DEXPERIENCE City data to work on infrastructure and other city issues such as traffic, business activity, public services and architecture.

“We are now entering an era of urban renaissance centered on high end of life and economic efficiency. In this era, experiences are necessary to open up new avenues for collaboration, discussion, planning and, ultimately, sustainable-bodied living,” said Dominique Florack, President, Research and Development, Dassault Systèmes. “The 3DEXPERIENCE platform facilitates this on city official, business and individual levels: to analyze and manage city resources and services, virtually simulate ‘what if’ infrastructure and logistics scenarios, as well as to assist as an information portal or a virtual marketplace.”

Dominique Florack can participate in the panel discussion ‘Building Resilient Cities and Communities – Strengthening the Physical City,’ hosted by Henk W. J. Ovink, Special Envoy for International Water Affairs for the Kingdom of the Netherlands, on July 12 of 9-10:30 a.m. Dassault Systèmes’ hospitality suite can be located on Level 4 #4412, and both its booth and “Virtual Singapore” on Level 5. Discuss all of this tradeshow excitement additional over in the 3DEXPERIENCE at World Cities Summit forum at 3DPB.com.