The Future and Future of Technology in Rail Systems in Eskişehir

Today and Future of Technology in Rail Systems are Discussed in Eskişehir: Thanks to Dassault Systèmes' three-dimensional solutions to the transportation sector, industry players can define and simulate their business processes from the beginning, manage the process by following the process continuously, and reach zero errors. The latest technological developments in the world of rail systems were discussed at the 'Rail Systems Day' event held in Eskişehir.


The rapid development of rail systems in Turkey. While many national projects are being implemented in this field, the importance of software technologies used in different processes of design and manufacturing of rail systems is increasing. Today in the rail industry for Turkey, which is a critical and defining future technologies; 16 was spoken on Wednesday at RAILY DAILY 2015 event at Eskişehir Rixos Hotel. The event was organized by Dassault Systèmes, one of the world's largest software companies, and its business partner Cadem.

In the event of a rapid development of the national projects in Turkey and today made the rail sector and focused on the future, were discussed on the latest technologies for this sector. In the event where Cadem CEO Ali Serdar Emre gave an opening speech, the event was attended by executives of Dassault Systèmes and Cadem, as well as business partners, customers and managers and experts from the transportation sector.

Innovation in rail systems

For the event, Luc Feuvrier, Dassault Systèmes's Solution Director for Transport and Mobility, made a presentation about the company's vision and solutions to rail systems. FEUVRIER Dassault Systèmes transportation and shipping sectors to provide the three-dimensional solutions built that can players simulate the outset to define the business processes and in Turkey the world in the industry, the process can be managed by following constantly and that reach zero defect. Feuvrier, Dassault Systèmes solutions offered by rail systems, said the process of innovation has gained speed.



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