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 Ürün - Uygulama > 02-10-2002 (Cadem A.Ş.) AIRBUS, CAD faaliyetlerinin %50'sinden fazlasını 18 aydan daha kısa bir sürede CATIA V5'e aktardı:

Cadem CAD/CAM Destek Merkezi A.Ş.Yenileme stratejilerinin ikinci aşamasında 2000'den fazla CATIA istasyonun kurulması var. Böylelikle AIRBUS'ın tüm tasarım, geliştirme ve imalat entegrasyonu sağlanmış olacak. AIRBUS yeni nesil havacılık araçları olan A380 Jumbo Airliner ve A400 Askeri Nakliye uçaklarının mühendisliğinde CATIA V5 kullanıyor olacak.

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Airbus Optimizes Aircraft Product Development with CATIA V5 from IBM and Dassault Systemes in less than 18 months, more than 50% of Airbus CAD activity migrated to CATIA. Second phase of innovation strategy calls for installation of more than 2000 CATIA seats by IBM Global Services and Dassault Systemes.


Toulouse and Paris, France, October 2, 2002 - Airbus, IBM, and Dassault Systemes (NASDAQ: DASTY; Euronext Paris: #13065, DSY.PA) today announced that Airbus has successfully completed the first phase of a plan to streamline product development using CATIA V5. The plan to implement CATIA V5, the world's leading computer-aided design, manufacturing and engineering application from IBM and developed by Dassault Systemes, began in September 2000 and will continue over the next three years.

The second phase of the project is underway and includes the installation of more than 2000 CATIA V5 seats and the integration of Airbus's entire design, development and manufacturing processes. Airbus is innovating
product development with its next generation aircraft including the A380 jumbo airliner and A400 military transport plane. The goal is to link once-disparate departments with CATIA's collaborative knowledge management tools empowered with three-dimensional information on products and processes.

In order to implement the latter phase of the project, Airbus also confirms its engagement in services activities with IBM Global Services PLM Business Consulting Services (BCS) practice working with Dassault Systemes. IBM's PLM BCS team will handle integration of CATIA V5 design solutions at Airbus company-wide, including manufacturing centers in France, Germany, Spain and the UK. The team will also undertake all implementation of the PLM solutions, including integration, training, technical support, data migration services and customized development for Airbus.

"Deploying common methods and processes based on a common set of tools across the whole entity is a major driver to harmonize the development processes in Airbus," said Rolf-Stefan Scheible, vice-president Airbus Concurrent Engineering (ACE). "This will reduce development time and costs significantly from the very beginning of the project. Another key advantage of the migration to CATIA V5 is that this solution is standart to the entire aerospace and supply industry and provides digital mock-up functions that meet our rigorous demands."

"As the need for more effective aircraft development processes increases, aerospace companies need to increase productivity and efficiency," said Ed Petrozelli, general manager, IBM PLM. "We are pleased to provide the aerospace industry with innovative and comprehensive Product Lifecycle Management tools and best practices to satisfy the needs of their own customers. IBM Product Lifecycle Management's product portfolio, supported by IBM industry expertise, gives companies like Airbus new tools to support the innovative methods they are developing in order to build better aircraft."

"The ability of Airbus, IBM, and Dassault Systemes to smoothly engineer and implement the transition from legacy systems to new breakthrough technologies has been key to success of the Airbus innovation strategy," said Etienne Droit, executive vice president Sales and Marketing, Dassault Systemes. "In addition to that cooperation, Airbus productions teams are now increasingly benefiting from Dassault Systemes' 3D Product Lifecycle Management CATIA and DELMIA solutions to work concurrently on digital mock-ups and move forward in parallel in designing, developing, and integrating all parts of an aircraft."


About Airbus SAS

Airbus SAS, the first truly European Company, is one of only two aircraft manufacturers in the market for large commercial airliners. It designs, builds, sells and supports commercial aircraft with a capacity of 100 seats or more. With its Central Office in Toulouse, France, Airbus boasts the most modern and comprehensive airliner family in the world and consistently captures about half of all commercial airliner orders. More than 2,500 Airbus aircraft are currently in operation with 189 operators in all regions of the globe. Airbus reached a turnover of US$17.2 billion in 2000 and had booked more than 4,300 orders by the end of July 2001. It produces more than one aircraft every working day and this rate keeps increasing.
Airbus employs worldwide 44000 employees. Additional information can be found at


About IBM

IBM is the world's largest information technology company, with 80 years of leadership in helping businesses innovate. IBM Sales & Distribution, which supports more than a dozen key industries worldwide, works with companies of all sizes around the world to deploy the full range of IBM technologies.
The fastest way to get more information about IBM is through the IBM home page at


About Dassault Systemes

Dassault Systemes is the premier global software developer for the CAD/CAM/CAE/PLM market, providing companies with e-business solutions to implement their digital enterprise, thus creating and simulating the entire product life cycle from initial concept to product in service. CATIA, ENOVIA and DELMIA Solutions support industry-specific business processes to help unleash creativity and innovation, reduce development cycle time, improve quality, competitiveness and shareholder value: CATIA supports the digital product definition and simulation, DELMIA provides solutions to define and simulate lean digital manufacturing processes and ENOVIA delivers enterprise solutions that manage a comprehensive, collaborative and distributed model of the digital product, processes and resources. The combined integration creates the Digital Product life cycle Pipeline, supporting reuse of corporate knowledge. SolidWorks and SmarTeam Corp., as Dassault Systemes companies, offer respectively 3D design-centric and collaborative PDM software solutions based on Windows and the Internet. Spatial, also part of the Dassault Systemes family, is a market-leading provider of world-class 3D software components and services (for 3D modeling, visualization, and interoperability) to meet the requirements of 3D in Internet-based e-commerce and B2B applications.

Information about Dassault Systemes is available at

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