Dassault Systèmes demonstrates mobilitexperiences during Movin'On Sustainability Summit

At the International Congress on Sustainable Mobility Movin'On, 13-15 June in Montreal, Dassault Systèmes demonstrates a number of innovative mobility expertise. Drones, hyperloops, 3D printing, connectivity, autonomous vehicles and other concepts will make the transport and mobility market more sustainable in the coming years.

At the International Congress on Sustainable Mobility Movin'On, 13-15 June in Montreal, Dassault Systèmes demonstrates a number of innovative mobility expertise.

Drones, hyperloops, 3D printing, connectivity, autonomous vehicles and other concepts will make the transport and mobility market more sustainable in the coming years. That is the theme of Dassault Systèmes' keynote presentation on June 14 with the title: 'Making the Great Leap: the Coming Challenges Facing Car Manufacturers'. During this presentation you can see how new technologies for car sharing and a circular economy are going to transform the traditional production-oriented industry.

Furthermore, in the 'Innovation Center' you can experience some inspiring experiences of virtual collaboration, design, simulation, data management and real-time validation of scenarios. These are used to develop mobility solutions for a new era, such as:

• The transformation of car showrooms into virtual buying experiences. Using HTC Vive VR glasses, visitors can virtually step into a car to experience the interior, walk around it and personalize it with its own accessory and color preferences.

• Smarter driving with AKKA Technologies' Link & Go concept car. Engineers from AKKA Technologies can validate the driving experience of people, using a simulated test drive with a 3D printed steering wheel equipped with functions for accelerating, braking, forward and reverse driving, parking and cornering.

• A future sustainable city based on the French Rennes. The buildings and infrastructure of Rennes were modeled using VR applications. This digital reference model can now be used by all stakeholders as a virtual meeting place for the joint innovation of city planning and development.