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Keonys at the 2017 International Paris Air Show

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Krista Kuznecova
Country: France Aircraft: Airplanes

Every two years, the International Paris Air Show brings together all of the industry’s players.

Keonys, a major provider of software infrastructure for aeronautical applications, is planning an exceptional welcome for its clients.

KEONYS is firmly committed to France’s Industry of the Future plan and aims to support its clients as they digitize their industrial processes. The goal is clear: Help companies modernize their production tools.
Connecting PLM to new digital technologies is essential for both major groups and SMEs to leverage growth and competitiveness.

KEONYS will present their recent advances in digital technologies dedicated to industrial companies and in particular in the field of Aeronautics, Defense and Space.

Keonys - Hall 4 E 142 - from 19 to 25 June 2017 - Paris Le Bourget Airport

3 Demonstrations will be hosted by Keonys:
• Demo N ° 1: 3DEXPERIENCE around software simulation
• Demo N ° 2: additive manufacturing - the industrial case (POLY SHAPE)
• Demo N ° 3: ZSPACE and DIOTA for augmented reality, HTC Live for immersive reality
"At SIAE, we want to show our innovative capabilities in terms of technologies and support in the industrial transformation of companies. KEONYS demonstrates its expertise in systems engineering, numerical simulation and manufacturing. And with adapted offers, we guarantee the continuity and the digital collaboration at the service of the industrial processes, for the contractors and the entire chain of subcontracting ", says Isabelle YUNG-LAFARGUE, President of KEONYS.

Related event:
19
June
2017
France, Paris, Le Bourget Parc des Expositions .


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