DELMIA

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DELMIA
DELMIA Logo Yellow.png
Developer(s) Dassault Systèmes
Operating system Windows / Unix
License Proprietary software
Website www.3ds.com/products/delmia/

Dassault Systèmes DELMIA is a Global Industrial Operations software that specializes in digital manufacturing and manufacturing simulation. Its goal is to enable manufacturers in any industry to efficiently plan, manage, and optimize their global industrial operations.[1][2][3]

History[edit]

  • January 2000 - Dassault Systèmes forms DELMIA as a brand for digital manufacturing and production solutions. It was formed after the acquisition and consolidation of Deneb Robotics, EAI-Delta, and Safework by Dassault Systèmes.[1]
  • November 2003 – DELMIA is profiled on CNN news channel as a winner in the network’s “Champions of Industry” award series, in recognition of demonstrated leadership in digital manufacturing.[5]
  • September 2005 - DELMIA wins the Automation Alley “Technology Company of the Year” award.[6]
  • April 2007 - Frost & Sullivan selects Dassault Systèmes and DELMIA as the recipient of the 2007 Company of the Year Award within the North American product life-cycle management (PLM) solutions space.[7]
  • May 2008 – PLM comes to life with Version 6 allowing DELMIA to deliver a lifelike experience in manufacturing solutions to create, share, execute and optimize virtual production systems.[8]
  • May 2009 - DELMIA was recognized as an Automotive News PACE (Premiere Automotive Suppliers’ Contribution to Excellence) Award Winner.[9]
  • June 2010 - DELMIA Human models Teo and Sia get an upgrade and become lifelike with the Dassault Systèmes Version 6 2011 release.[10]
  • June 2010 – DELMIA introduces a video series called, “The Robot Whisperers” about two ordinary guys with an extraordinary passion for robotics.[11]
  • March 2011 - Dassault Systèmes acquires Intercim LLC, defining a new step for PLM by delivering digital continuity from engineering to the real factory operations. Intercim is now known as DELMIA Operations.[12]
  • July 2013 - The Dassault Systèmes Apriso acquisition is completed. Apriso will be integrated into the DELMIA application portfolio and virtual plus reality capabilities.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Dassault Systemes creates DELMIA the World Premier e-Manufacturing Brand for the Digital Enterprise". Business Wire. Retrieved 25 January 2013. 
  2. ^ Lee, Thomas (May 4, 2011). "Delmia Pushes Its Digital Manufacturing Software Beyond Automobiles". xconomy.com. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  3. ^ Morey, Bruce (March 28, 2017). "Building simulation tools for non-programmer types". advancedmanufacturing.org. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
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  6. ^ http://www.automationalley.com/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=01560000000RCV2
  7. ^ "Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Dassault Systemes". highbeam.com. Wireless News. April 24, 2007. Archived from the original on March 19, 2016. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  8. ^ "redirect-page". 
  9. ^ "Boston Finance". 
  10. ^ DSVirtualErgonomic (24 September 2010). "Meet Teo: the new manikin in the Dassault Systemes Virtual Ergonomics Solution" – via YouTube. 
  11. ^ "The Robot Whisperers". 
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