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Airbus uses 3D design to create eco-efficient craft

airbusAirbus is deploying Dassault Systemes’ product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions to help support its 3D design process for a new eco-efficient aircraft.

Airbus will use Dassault Systemes’ technology for its A350 XWB programme, which is focused on designing a family of new-generation aircraft suited to the market’s changing needs in terms of size, range, passenger comfort and the environment. The new planes are being designed for improved fuel efficiency, reduced emissions and lower noise levels during departure, cruise and arrival.

“Dassault Systèmes is supporting Airbus in its objective to improve manufacturing techniques and to increase collaborative innovation for sustainable business,” said Etienne Droit, executive vice president of Dassault Systèmes.

“In today’s interconnected world, it is even more critical for manufacturers to intensify their collaborative approach for smart product design and development,” added Albert Bunshaft, vice president for IBM product lifecycle management. “IBM and Dassault Systèmes have worked together to deliver an implementation that allows Airbus to collaborate more easily with partners and suppliers.  This helps optimise operations globally and creates a  leaner and faster model for product development.”

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