Target Zero Defect is a tool developed by Dassault Systèmes for design and virtual simulation of vehicles, covering all stages of the creation process, from conception to final assembly.

Dassault Systèmes Target Zero Defect

Dassault Systèmes He has created Target Zero Defect, a solution designed for the automotive sector that provides a collaborative environment open and integrated, directed to achieve zero defects throughout the process of development of the vehicles.

Zero Defect target helps to reduce risks for OEMs and their associated providers when they launch new models, as well as to avoid costly callbacks.

This tool includes the design and virtual simulation of high performance at all stages of the creation of products, from conceptual design to manufacturing virtual, including aspects such as the chassis, engine, veneer and the interior.

A key feature of Zero Defect Target are its engineering capabilities that allow complex virtual vehicle components and systems design, simulation and validation.

Dassault Systèmes Target Zero Defect

Currently, car manufacturers and their suppliers must introduce new technologies and functions increasingly faster, at the same time facing the complexity of the process of development and the vehicles themselves.

Global vehicle platforms require a modular design and localized Assembly strategies, which complicates the development and manufacturing processes for both OEMs and suppliers.

Connect and manage all the participants in the process within a collaborative business platform allows a company to detect before potential errors, reducing their development costs. However, the reality is that many of these processes are still disconnected.

Target Zero Defect provides a global approach to capture and leverage existing corporate knowledge, linking the areas of design, engineering and manufacturing throughout the entire ecosystem of partners and suppliers of a company, within an environment of creation of dynamic and collaborative products.

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By • 10 Jul, 2013
• Section: Simulation