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CATIA Creative Day in Paris – We were there! I Wir waren da!

In order to be able to keep on meeting demands of discerning clients of the automotive and consumer goods industry in the future it is essential for employees of Virtuelles Studio GmbH to continuously attend trainings to gain more expert knowledge. Therefore we attach great importance to a constant further education which is attained by visiting workshops and relevant events regularly.

But only recently we have switched roles – instead of learning from experts we were the ones who shared our expertise with other specialists and who imparted knowledge to them. Our employee and CATIA Image&Shape key user Antonio Pezzella has been invited by software producer Dassault Systèmes to visit theCATIA Creative Day in Paris so as to give the present select specialist audience a lecture on the application spectrum of the software in automotive design. In the context of the speech he described lots of practical examples.

Another personal highlight of the event was his exclusive opportunity to test the new version CATIA R26 with the development team. This was in particular a major honor as our employee has suggested numerous features that have been realized successfully now. In an expert talk he presented further ideas which are intended to be made reality in a future update.

We are very pleased that our employee has actively had a hand in the advancement of the software and that the update does now contain tools that are adapted to our specialist needs. That way we can execute future projects of highest quality even more efficiently.

Please follow this link for more information about the company:
www.virtuellesstudio.de

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Nur wer sich kontinuierlich weiterbildet und seine Fachkenntnisse erweitert kann in einer dynamischen Branche wie der Automobil- und Konsumgüterindustrie auch zukünftig die Anforderungen der Kunden erfüllen. Deshalb legt dieVirtuelles Studio GmbH großen Wert auf die Weiterbildung ihrer Mitarbeiter. Dazu steht der Besuch von Workshops und einschlägiger Veranstaltungen regelmäßig auf der Agenda.

Aber kürzlich tauschten wir die Rollen – statt zu lernen konnten wir selbst unsere Expertise eindrucksvoll unter Beweis stellen und anderen Spezialisten neue Kenntnisse vermitteln.  Denn unser Mitarbeiter und CATIA Imagine&Shape Key User Antonio Pezzella wurde vom Software-Hersteller Dassault Systèmes auf denCATIA Creative Day nach Paris eingeladen, um dem dort versammeltenausgewählten Fachpublikum die Anwendungsmöglichkeiten der Software im Automobildesign aufzuzeigen und an Praxisbeispielen zu konkretisieren.

Ein weiteres Highlight der Veranstaltung war die exklusive Gelegenheit, die neue Version CATIA R26 gemeinsam mit dem Entwicklungsteam zu testen.Dies ist insbesondere eine große Ehre, da unser Mitarbeiter in der Vergangenheit diverse Features vorgeschlagen hat, die nun erfolgreich umgesetzt wurden. In einem Fachgespräch kamen weitere gute Ideen zur Sprache, die ebenfalls für die Umsetzung in einem zukünftigen Update vorgesehen sind.

Wir freuen uns sehr, dass unser Mitarbeiter aktiv zur Weiterentwicklung der Software beigetragen hat und diese nun neue Werkzeuge enthält, die speziell auf unsere Bedürfnisse abgestimmt sind. So können wir zukünftige Projekte bei gleichbleibend hoher Qualität noch effizienter abwickeln.

Weitere Informationen über das Unternehmen finden Sie hier:www.virtuellesstudio.de

 

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