The leading provider of new-age manufacturing and operations software solutions for assembly assistance and quality control, Diota, has been acquired by Dassault Systèmes to Introduce AR, Immersive Tech to Its Industrial Customers.
The acquisition will enable Dassault’s customers in the aerospace and defense, industrial equipment, and transportation and mobility industries to augment the performance of complex industrial processes and enhance their operational efficiency. Actionable virtual twin experiences will also expand the company’s 3DEXPERIENCE platform on the shop floor due to the acquisition.
Dassault Systèmes offers businesses and individuals collaborative virtual environments to foster the development of sustainable ideas. With the help of the company’s 3DEXPERIENCE platform and allied applications, users can push the boundaries of creativity, learning, and manufacturing by producing ‘virtual twin experiences’ of the actual world.
Diota, a French company founded in 2009, offers software solutions for digitally based assisted operations and robotics inspections that aid industrial establishments in transitioning to the new digital transformation era.
Modern tools for producing and maintaining manufactured goods, including interactive 3D, augmented reality, computer vision, artificial intelligence, and deep learning, connect back office engineering and on-site operations to foster increased productivity, better product quality, and improved workforce guidance and safety.
More than 100 organizations across 16 nations employ Diota’s solutions, including BAE Systems, Dassault Aviation, Iveco, Latécoère, Naval Group, ORANO, Safran, Stellantis, and Thales Alenia Space.
The DELMIA applications by Dassault Systèmes, which are used to collaborate and virtually model, optimize, and carry out manufacturing, supply chains, logistics, and services with new levels of intelligence and decision-making, will incorporate Diota’s solutions.
By providing interactive, operations-level solutions that link a virtual twin with real-world data in the field, this combination will improve digital mock-ups’ usage and accompanying digital processes for industrial operations.
Customers can complete highly complicated tasks accurately the first time and use the virtual twin as a quality reference to apply continuous improvement techniques, enhance traceability, and profit from intellectual property.
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