Virtual Twin Evolutions Are Accelerating Healthcare Innovation; Dassault Systèmes to Show How at CES 2024

At CES 2024, Dassault Systèmes will showcase the latest human virtual twin innovations that leverage artificial intelligence (AI) to set a new standard for precision healthcare, as well as accelerating groundbreaking advancements in medical research and clinical trial efficiency.  Decades of deep scientific research into the human body and AI are ushering in a new era of personalized healthcare that is more precise, efficient and tailored to every individual. 

Visitors to Dassault Systèmes’ booth 8705 in LVCC – North Hall will experience the future of medical innovation through direct interaction with the technologies and people placing Dassault Systèmes at the forefront of virtual human twin innovation.  They will step into a virtual world where technology and healthcare converge, exploring the heart, brain, lungs, gut, and eyes, and learning how a personal virtual twin can guide what you eat, how you exercise, and more. This experience culminates in hands-on demonstrations that reveal the power of the collaborative Living Heart and Living Brain projects, Dassault Systèmes’ MEDIDATA clinical trials virtualization solutions, and the future of personalized nutrition from its consumer packaged goods and retail industry.

Visitors will be transformed from observers to participants as they discover how virtual twins are already shaping today’s healthcare, while revolutionizing the future of life sciences.  By demystifying the human body, they will explore the impact virtual twins are having in cardiology, neurology, oncology, virology and ophthalmology, from replacing traditional animal testing to delivering precision medicine in clinical practice.  Business leaders will learn how virtual twins are replacing humans as test subjects in clinical trials, as well as how the ENRICHMENT project, a collaboration with the FDA, aims to set new standards in clinical research. Healthcare professionals will see how virtual human twins represent one of the best hopes for extending life expectancy through case studies featuring the virtual twin of a marathon runner and a personalized diet through an individual’s microbiome.

In a parallel showcase, Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE Lab, an open innovation lab and startup accelerator, will spotlight three pioneering, women-led startups at CES’s Eureka Park: Dotlumen, Flexpenser, and Brainsight.AI.  Visitors will glimpse into the future with virtual guide-dogs and powered assistive driving technologies for the blind, sustainability innovations eliminating food waste, and AI-based neurological diagnostics; all accelerated by virtual twins. A special feature will be a Social Robot from Furhat Robotics, a Swedish startup using SOLIDWORKS through the 3DEXPERIENCE Works for Startups program, that aids the Lab team managing the visitor experience.