Dassault Strives to Improve Customer Experience With New Showroom

Dassault Strives to Improve Customer Experience With New Showroom
AIN Online (10/20/2014) Dubois, Thierry

Earlier this year, Dassault opened a showroom in Le Bourget airport in France that allows customers to interact with model interiors of airplanes in virtual reality. Customers are able to touch and feel various features like carpeting, tableware, seats, displays, and sound systems. The showroom was built specifically Falcon 5X model aircraft. Dassault says the display is intended to help customers make good decisions when choosing the features of aircraft interior. The showroom is 5,400 square feet and uses 3D technology based on Dassault Systèmes’ Catia PLM v6 software. The showroom features large display screens that simulate a walkthrough of airplane interiors with photograph-like renderings. Dassault opened a similar, smaller showroom in New Jersey in September.

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