In an era of intensifying competition, skill and labor shortages, and changing customer expectations, the imperative for modernizing production facilities has never been greater. To stay ahead in this rapidly evolving business environment, companies must prioritize the continuous integration of virtual twin technology into their manufacturing processes.

Dassault Systèmes' booth presentation at HANNOVER MESSE, in collaboration with OMRON, highlights the importance of virtual twin experiences in meeting the demands of the industrial landscape. Manufacturers are increasingly integrating virtual environments to simulate production lines, drive innovation, reduce commissioning time and relate back their operational data for continuous improvements.

Experience the future of manufacturing excellence at our booth in Hall 17, E16, where we will unlock the full potential of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. You will be able to:

  • Learn how to empower the workforce of the future with a state-of-the-art collaborative environment that accelerates skills ramp-up and contributes to better employee satisfaction and worker efficiency
  • Explore a world in which manufacturers achieve unprecedented levels of flexibility, modularity, and efficiency, igniting innovation like never before
  • Dive into a captivating real-life scenario alongside OMRON, where every facet of flexible production lines is meticulously planned and executed
  • Witness how operational real time data is used to enhance efficiency and optimize processes
  • Experience the power of AI and advanced predictive maintenance in analyzing equipment behavior and optimizing asset tracking and repair processes while enabling proactive issue identification
  • Discover the seamless integration of Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) for conveyor-less production lines, where precision meets innovation effortlessly

Did we spark your interest? Secure your free ticket now and immerse yourself in the industrial production of the future! 

Dassault Systèmes looks forward to your visit in Hall 17, E16.