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Delmia

DELMIA
Developer(s) Dassault Systèmes
Operating system Windows / Unix
License Proprietary software
Website //delmia/products.com.3dswww

Dassault Systèmes DELMIA is a Global Industrial Operations software solution. It enables manufacturers in any industry to efficiently plan, manage, and optimize their global industrial operations. [1]

History

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]

April 2003 – DELMIA receives honors from the State of Michigan and Oakland County for its contribution to the county and state.[2]

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.[3]

September 2005 - DELMIA wins the Automation Alley “Technology Company of the Year” award.[4]

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 lifecycle management (PLM) solutions space.[5]

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.[6]

May 2009 - DELMIA was recognized as an Automotive News PACE (Premiere Automotive Suppliers’ Contribution to Excellence) Award Winner.[7]

June 2010 - DELMIA Human models Teo and Sia get an upgrade and become lifelike with the Dassault Systèmes Version 6 2011 release.[8]

June 2010 – DELMIA introduces a video series called, “The Robot Whisperers” about two ordinary guys with an extraordinary passion for robotics.[9]

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.[10]

July 2013 - The Dassault Systèmes Apriso acquisition is completed. Apriso will be integrated into the DELMIA application portfolio and virtual plus reality capabilities.[11]

References

  1. ^ a b "Dassault Systemes creates DELMIA the World Premier e-Manufacturing Brand for the Digital Enterprise". Business Wire. Retrieved 25 January 2013. 
  2. ^ http://www.3ds.com/company/news-media/press-releases-detail/release/delmia-corp-honored-by-the-state-of-michigan-and-oakland/single/44/?cHash=8fd2c333577b4f762cefae7694bd0c7c
  3. ^ http://www.3ds.com/company/news-media/press-releases-detail/release/delmia-corp-receives-champions-of-industry-award-and/single/180/?cHash=46b9ad58357403bc8e8c63812b45db40
  4. ^ http://www.automationalley.com/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=01560000000RCV2
  5. ^ http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P1-138333966.html
  6. ^ http://www.3ds.com/company/news-media/press-releases-detail/release/dassault-systemes-introduces-v6-to-the-market/single/1776/?cHash=8f9d490912c9b053efb85377143fbce5
  7. ^ http://finance.boston.com/boston/news/read/8803926/dassault_syst%C3%A8mes_wins_pace_award_for_delmia_automation
  8. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8VpOkWc3QU
  9. ^ http://www.3ds.com/therobotwhisperers/
  10. ^ http://www.3ds.com/company/news-media/press-releases-detail/release/dassault-systemes-acquires-intercim/single/3483/?cHash=34d84ceb0f13d2114915c5d0cf6ffe36
  11. ^ http://www.3ds.com/press-releases/single/dassault-systemes-completes-apriso-acquisition/?xtmc=%23all&xtcr=9

External links

  • Official website


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