Dassault Systems launched V6R2011, the latest release of its PLM 2.0 platform as part of its Lifelike Experience strategy. The release includes new advances in collaborative creation with 874 new features, additional collaborative innovation enhancements, and new V6 Academia solution.
V6R2011 delivers new capabilities in collaborative creation, one of the key tenets of PLM 2.0. It includes CATIA advancements in systems functionality and content, such as various automotive-focused Modelica libraries, as well as Lifelike Human and Lifelike Conveyor, two new DELMIA production solutions for enterprise resource modeling. SIMULIA V6R2011 delivers to designers the power of Abaqus technologies for complex assemblies. 3DVIA Composer continues to extend its competitive advantage in 3D lifelike technical publishing experience. V6R2011 also updates Dassault Systèmes’ PLM Express offer with new key attributes for the mid-market.
V6R2011 features new capabilities in collaborative innovation, extending the depth of ready-to-use solutions in its eleven target industries, including CPG, fashion, high tech, aerospace & defense, and automotive. These ENOVIA-based solutions deliver a foundation for all communities to participate in the product lifecycle online.
In addition to addressing current and prospective users, Dassault Systèmes addresses future PLM users with a new V6 offer for educational institutions. The V6 for Academia solution is tailored to the needs of universities and research facilities in a ready-to-use environment engineered for rapid deployment. Because understanding and practicing the entire range of PLM domains is crucial to future engineers, V6 for Academia includes CATIA, DELMIA, SIMULIA, ENOVIA, and 3DVIA in an integrated collaborative platform.
A complete list of functionality enhancements in V6R2011 is available at http://www.3ds.com/products/v6/latest-release/.
Filed Under: Aerospace + defense, 3D CAD, Automotive, Student programs, Data acquisition + DAQ modules, Simulation, Software