Disciplines for CATIA
Disciplines for CATIA
CATIA delivers the unique ability not only to model any product, but to do so in the context of its real-life behavior: design in the age of experience. Systems architects, engineers, designers, construction professionals and all contributors can define, imagine and shape the connected world. CATIA on the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform leverages the capacity of innovation for companies of all sizes in all industries by delivering breakthrough product design solutions powered by a highly collaborative platform. CATIA 3DEXPERIENCE enables the full spectrum of next-generation collaborative virtual design including systems engineering, shape design, mechanical and equipment engineering, and company knowledge reuse.
CATIA, powered by Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform, delivers:
CATIA’s Design, Engineering, Systems Engineering and Construction applications are the heart of Industry Solution Experiences from Dassault Systèmes to address specific industry needs. This revolutionizes the way organizations conceive, develop and realize new products, delivering competitive edge through innovative customer experiences.
From product to transportation industries, the style & design of the product plays a major role in its success on the market. Develop shape & material creativity, reach a high level of surface sophistication & quality, and get the right decision tools with physical & virtual prototypes. These are the key elements of CATIA Design/Styling to boost design innovation.
Developing smart products has never been more challenging. Developers need an integrated systems engineering approach that enables them to manage the complete development process. Requirements engineering, systems architecture definition, detailed modeling and simulation of complex systems and the development of embedded software all need to be mastered in the context of the complete product.
The design and engineering processes for construction requires close collaboration among multiple participants across all project phases. Additionally, increasingly complex construction projects require that all teams rely on 3D as a common language to facilitate collaboration and reduce rework between phases.