Our desire today is to go beyond BIM and think about the digital twin of construction to participate in the transformation of the industry, both digitally and environmentally.
With 15 years of experience in Dassault Systèmes, Remi has been committed throughout his career to his passion of deep interest in Geosciences, Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC) sciences and technology. Working in close collaboration with industry, research institutions, and governments he focused on leading business transformation in Aerospace, Naval, Industrial Equipment and CCT industries in both mature and emerging markets with 7 years in France and 8 years in Asia.
A graduate in 2006 of Master of Science in aerospace system engineering, ESTACA (Ecole Supérieure des Techniques Aéronautiques et de Construction Automobile) a five-year program in Aeronautical, Aerospace, Automobile and Railway Engineering and a BSc in 1999 of Aerospace and System Engineering , originally from Paris, Remi has developed his leadership and management skills with Multinational Corporation clients such as Bouygues Construction , CRDC , SMEDI and CHIDI. He currently leads the cities construction and territory industry.
Native French, Remi is fluent in English, German and conversational in Mandarin. Its openness to the international market made him agile, with capabilities to adapt to different cultures and to think out of the box.
Guillaume GERONDEAU is Vice President at Dassault Systèmes, Transportation and Mobility Industry Asia. He is an expert in automotive, digital business transformation, and smart mobility.
Prior to joining Dassault Systèmes in 2015, he had a 30 years long career in the automotive industry as Senior International Innovation, Product, Marketing, Sales Executive, and Strategy Consultant.
Guillaume has experience as an executive in almost all the areas of the value chain in the automobile industry. He was head of global product strategy and product planning at Nissan. He was also heading global brand strategy and product marketing for Toyota after having been in charge of European product planning and marketing. At Renault, he managed a long-term research budget, led the innovation process and the reorganization of the R&D resource management, and was managing director of the Austrian subsidiary.
He also served as senior advisor of Booz Allen and Hamilton (now Strategy &) specialized in the automotive sector.