Motley Fool  Jun 21  Comment 
The 3D software king is forging ahead with its transition to new, cutting-edge markets.
newratings.com  Jun 10  Comment 
SCHIPHOL-RIJK (dpa-AFX) - Airbus Group SE (EADSF.PK, EADSY.PK) announced it has completed the sale of approximately 0.83 million shares in Dassault Aviation, representing around 9.05 percent of the company's share capital, for a total amount...
Clusterstock  Jun 9  Comment 
PARIS (Reuters) - Airbus Group said on Thursday it was selling its remaining stake in Dassault Aviation , ending a longstanding arrangement to warehouse shares in the maker of combat and business jets on behalf of the French government. Europe's...
newratings.com  Jun 9  Comment 
SCHIPHOL-RIJK (dpa-AFX) - Technology company Dassault Systemes SA (DASTY.PK) announced Thursday that Airbus Group (EADSF.PK, EADSY.PK), after a two-year comprehensive benchmarking process, is extending its use of 3DEXPERIENCE platform to its...
Reuters  May 31  Comment 
Dassault Aviation is ready to sign a contract with India at any moment, but the ball is in India's court, chief executive Eric Trappier told French daily Les Echos in an interview published on Tuesday.
Flightglobal  May 24  Comment 
Dassault Aviation has become the third business jet OEM to add ViaSat s Ku-band in-flight connectivity system to its catalogue as a linefit option, and the satellite company is in discussions with other business aviation manufacturers with a view...
Flightglobal  May 10  Comment 
A Dassault Falcon 2000LXS has become the first business jet to fly an instrument approach with a published localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV) minima of 200ft (LPV200), using the European geostationary navigation overlay service.
Reuters  Apr 25  Comment 
Dassault Aviation hopes to seal "one or two" contracts to sell its Rafale planes this year and this would include a much-heralded deal to sell 36 Rafale fighter jets to India, its chief executive said an interview.
Clusterstock  Apr 23  Comment 
France's Dassault Systemes is helping some of the most exciting US tech companies around build the future. The company makes 3D imaging software to help companies design and test products. And it's used by the likes of Tesla, Faraday Future, and...
Motley Fool  Apr 22  Comment 
The 3D software maker outlined a solid set of results, but its growth is not going to be as linear in the future.


Dassault Systemes (DASTY) provides software solutions for the global product lifecycle management (PLM) market using two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) digital technology. These PLM software applications, solutions, and services enable enterprises across the world to simulate and optimize the continuous production process, from the conceptual stage through the manufacturing process, while the product is in service. Dassault Systemes offers its products and services through two types of solutions: process-centric and design-centric. Process-centric products, which look after the product development, production, and maintenance needs of customers, are offered under the company's flagship CATIA brand for product engineering (CAD/CAM/CAE) the DELMIA brand for digital manufacturing process management SIMULIA for engineering through virtual testing the ENOVIA and SMARTEAM brands for virtual product synthesis, collaboration and product lifecycle integration and the SPATIAL brand that provides PLM software development environments and 3D solid modelers. 3DVIA is the newest of the 6 Dassault Syst mes' brands. Its mission is democratizing the usage of 3D so that everybody can use it in its everyday life, either at work or at home, through the web. Design-centric products and services, which assist customers in product design, are now offered under the SolidWorks and CosmosWorks brands. In the first nine months of 2007, the company's process-centric business accounted for 80.3% of its revenue, and the design-centric business accounted for 19.7% of revenues.

The company's software solutions are mostly related to seven manufacturing sectors: automotive, aerospace, fabrication & assembly, consumer goods, electrical equipment & electronics, and plant design & shipbuilding. In 2006, however, the company expanded into several new industries such as clothing design and manufacturing, medical devices, semiconductors and energy. In 2007, motorcycles and yachting have been added to the growing list of industries.


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