From October 25, 2016 to October 27, 2016 Messegelände,
AIRTEC is combined with five international high-level symposia where renowned experts form science and industry will meet and will discuss about the latest developments and trends. In the tradition of the past years, the 11th AIRTEC 2016 International Congress offers technology decision makers from around the world an ideal forum to communicate around the aerospace supply chain.
Visit us and our Partner KEONYS on our booth to discover our demonstration on digital simulation, manufacturing execution system, additive manufacturing, augmented reality.
KEONYS is a key player in digital transformation to help industrial customers improve their innovation and productivity. Our experience in great aerospace, automotive and industrial equipments industries projects lead KEONYS to promote the digitization of the supply chain.
Join our sales and technical experts who will share with you the best industrial practices for high growth and improved efficiency.
Additive manufacturing technologies empower designers to create products that were impossible to manufacture in the past using subtractive processes. However, significant challenges exist in the reliability and predictability of a number of Additive Manufacturing processes that act as barriers to part certification and a much larger potential adoption in industry. In this session, we will show an end-to-end workflow starting with generative design, optimization considerations for additive manufacturing, material processing as well as the layer-wise simulation of the process to predict stresses and distortions.
Meet us at the Dassault Systèmes and KEONYS stand (no. H22, aisle A1) from 25th to 27th of October in Munich.
Additionally to our booth, the Dassault Systèmes Expert Sales Manager for Airbus and Safran, Oliver Hardy, will give a presentation with the Title: Science-based Generative and Functional Design and Global Production System for Additive Manufacturing. Watch him on the 27th of October in Room 4 at 10.50 am.