ABB, a leading driver of digitization, has entered a global partnership with Dassault Systèmes to offer a portfolio of software solutions to customers in digital industries.
According to a statement, the two companies will work together to provide an end-to-end offering of advanced and open systems, enhancing competitiveness and boosting productivity for a number of different businesses.
By combining the strengths of its digital offerings with Dassault Systèmes' 3DEXPERIENCE platform, a service which integrates technologies to create a cohesive environment for innovation, ABB also expects build on its deep domain expertise and global customer access.
Björn Henriksson, ABB Ports, discusses remote crane operations in a recent Port Technology technical paper
Following the company’s adoption of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, ABB is now able to develop and provide customers with advanced digital twins, enabling them to run ABB solutions and their operations with improved overall efficiency.
In addition to this, ABB has asserted that its collaboration with Dassault Systèmes will take a staged approach, focusing on individual sectors such as factory automation, robotics and connected transport solutions.
Our game-changing partnership with @Dassault3DS will serve our customers to lead in innovation and growth, fundamentally transforming their entire value chain to tap the vast opportunities of industrial #digitalization. -us https://t.co/T2vD6HkT1v
— Ulrich Spiesshofer (@ABB_CEO) February 28, 2019
Ulrich Spiesshofer, CEO of ABB, said: “This game-changing partnership will serve our customers to lead in innovation and growth, fundamentally transforming their entire value chain to tap the vast opportunities of industrial digitalization.
“Together, we are offering an open, end-to-end digital portfolio – from digital twin to asset health – that gives our customers a competitive edge, building on our combined offering, domain expertise and global reach.”
Our partnership with @ABBgroupnews allows players in #manufacturing, construction and city to benefit the platform phenomenon to augment their knowledge and know-how, create new type of 3Dexperiences and become a catalyst in the #industryrenaissance. @ABB_CEO https://t.co/IT07DY5M2V
— Bernard Charles (@BernardCharles) February 28, 2019
Bernard Charlès, Vice Chairman and CEO of Dassault Systèmes also emphasized the potential of its partnership with ABB: “The Industry of the 21st century is no longer determined simply by the ability to manufacture goods. Today’s leaders will be determined by superior mastery of technical know-how.
“This is the new competitive differentiator and it’s happening now due to a convergence of digital technologies that are transforming every aspect of industrial business.
“In this industry renaissance, a platform approach enables the real and virtual worlds to inform and reinforce one another. Our partnership with ABB will draw from decades of combined expertise to help customers make the most of this powerful and dynamic trend.”