The New York City-based design company is not a traditional brand marketing fi rm, content to design logos, signs and advertising slogans. Instead, Gilmore Group is focused on consumer experiences and everything that goes with them, from the way a storefront looks to passersby to the lighting, colors and surfaces that greet customers once they walk inside.
Gilmore Group needed sophisticated surface modeling capabilities to design and build an interior mock-up of a new very light jet (VLJ) in just nine months.
Dassault Systèmes Response
Gilmore Group chose CATIA for its strength in complex, compound surface geometry and its ability to accelerate the iterative process.
With CATIA’s parametric design capabilities, designs move quickly between iterations, and even the most complex shapes are readily machined.