A new way to understand the human body
Combining virtual technologies, analytics and artificial intelligence creates the conditions to revolutionize healthcare.
Having an enhanced understanding of the human body's complexity – from its DNA to tissues and organs to the organism as a whole – shapes a more patient-centric healthcare model.
But, this is not just confined to helping the human body be treated with more precise diagnoses, efficacious solutions and pre-practiced surgical procedures.
It also spans to how medical devices are developed, tested and manufactured by making virtual twins of the product, process and even the manufacturing plant.
Virtualizing clinical trials to bring new medicines and vaccines to market faster
Biorealistic simulation to gain insights to advance scientific innovation
Disruptive medical innovations such as cost-efficient, personalized prosthetics
The Living Heart Project has opened our eyes to the potential of virtual twins for healthcare, connecting global data and knowhow into 3D realistic human simulations of the human heart.
Watch videos from our most recent symposium that brought together leaders from academia, the medical device and pharmaceutical industries, clinicians and regulators to share advances in the use of simulation for human body for development of new treatments and precision patient care.
You’ll discover the key challenges and synergies needed to create a roadmap towards digitalizing the human body for the a future of preventative, precision and personalized health.
Our mission now is to systematically create virtual twins for the entire human body and usher in a new era of medical innovations.
Dassault Systèmes develops partnerships with medical industry to improve pharmaceutical manufacturing performance and innovate to heal heart and brain diseases.
Dive into several initiatives such as Living Brain and Living Heart projects currently in use by researchers, device manufacturers and doctors to develop highly accurate virtual models for reproducing conditions and testing treatment options.
by Dr. David Hoganson, Boston Children’s Hospital
Improving Epilepsy Surgery Management and Prognosis using Virtual Brain Technology
A translational research initiative to revolutionize cardiovascular science through realistic simulation.