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Track 3: Workforce Evolution

The evolving pandemic situation has compelled businesses in every industry to rethink their built environments to keep employees safe and connected at all times. In addition, as businesses accelerate digital transformation, they will need empower their workforce with the right digital knowledge and skills.

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Dassault Systèmes’ Solutions on the Front Line in our Fight against the Pandemic
Adrien MANN, SIMULIA Worldwide Industry Process Expert Director, Industrial Equipment, Dassault Systèmes 
HU Liangbo, SIMULIA Industry Process Consultant, China, Dassault Systèmes

Synopsis
In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic shook the world through the extent and the speed at which the disease spread globally. In these critical times, having the ability to quickly come up with product designs or new built environment concepts effective at slowing down the virus propagation, and most importantly, at saving lives, becomes essential. In that context, modeling and simulation solutions from Dassault Systèmes have enabled, and will continue enabling, the fast design of critical products and the improvement of our environments to fight against pandemics. Let us review the corresponding stories and their impact on Dassault Systèmes’ commitment to the resilience of our businesses and way of life.

 

Why Indoor Environmental Quality is Key for Resilience and Safety of the Workplace 
Adrien MANN, SIMULIA Worldwide Industry Process Expert Director, Industrial Equipment, Dassault Systèmes

Synopsis
The COVID-19 pandemic has laid bare the weaknesses of our indoor environments, as scientific analyses identified ventilations as either beneficial or detrimental actors for Indoor Environment Quality (IEQ), specifically in the context of the transport of droplets and aerosols carrying the SARS-CoV-2 virus. However, high IEQ not only protect against epidemics and the associated economic impact, but also is key to improve the productivity of the workforce. With the help of Virtual Twins of offices or factory floors, and leveraging high fidelity airflow simulation technology, the optimization of IEQ maximizes focus and productivity of staff, and increase operations resilience by reducing the risk of sick leaves and associated downtime. 

 

Workforce Upskilling as a Lever to Accelerate Transformation in the Age of Experience 
Nicolas JEANNEE, 3DEXPERIENCE Edu Senior Sales Director, Dassault Systèmes

Synopsis
We observe worldwide new ways of innovating, learning, producing, selling and trading, leveraging virtual universes to better operate in the real world and also learn from it. The Industry of the 21st century is driven by multiple drivers including the convergence of new technologies, continued demand for personalization and so on. This transformation has been even accelerated with the current pandemic, disrupting many businesses and forcing them to reinvent themselves. To compete in a fast-changing world, companies need to empower their workforce with the knowledge and know-how to deliver new categories of sustainable solutions. Employees need to be empowered with virtual experience universes to make them more efficient and elevate their roles, while at the same time helping employers to enable lifelong learning of their workforces and continuous skill development.

Dassault Systèmes has developed a broad portfolio of Learning Experiences to help customers realize their productivity goals faster, adopting the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform and validating on-the-fly their newly acquired skills. The fundamentals pillars of our e-learning approach will be presented, together with some flagship curricula. Participants will get the opportunity to access several learning paths for free after the event!