Kolkata, India – Pioneers of 3D Design & Engineering Software, Dassault Systèmes, has announced the implementation of its 3DEXPERIENCE platform by Kolkata-based Webel Fujisoft Vara Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Industry 4.0. The platform on the cloud is implemented by Altem Technologies to offer various services including research, training, incubating, and consulting in design thinking. The CoE focuses on training and upskilling students, MSME’s, corporate professionals, and startups in new technologies with access to multidisciplinary mechanical design applications.
The 3DEXPERIENCE platform aids the CoE with a holistic real-time perspective of its business activity and ecosystem, connecting people, ideas, data, and solutions in a single collaborative and interactive environment available at all times. The easy to use platform also helps address IT challenges, constraints and accelerates the scaling-up of operations as well as learning processes.
“Digitization has brought about such a radical transformation in manufacturing that it classifies as a fourth Industrial Revolution- Industry 4.0, the age of cyber-physical systems,” said Debashis Mazumdar, Director, Webel Fujisoft Vara Centre of Excellence. “As the country is in the unlock phase, manufacturing will be further disrupted and see accelerated growth in the adoption of technologies like additive manufacturing, data science, cybersecurity and IoT. Therefore, the workforce in the region requires significant upskilling to be future-fit and 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the cloud is enabling us in this journey.”
“As a company, we actively engage in developing the workforce of the future to be industry-ready for market needs. We have a successful model in working with state governments, industry bodies, private organizations and colleges across the country in sectors that will require this workforce in the coming years,” said Arun Rao, Senior Director, Sales and Geo Strategy, India, Dassault Systèmes. “Our partner Altem Technologies was instrumental in establishing the relationship with the CoE and enabled the engagement to address technologies that will be the de facto standards of manufacturing in the years to come.”