Because of the health crisis, companies have had to learn to adapt. The industry has gone through a radical reorganization.
In this context, artificial intelligence will make a significant contribution to employment in Europe. In fact, these last decades a large number of jobs have been relocated outside Europe, for engineering tasks are still very often time-consuming.
At a time when technology is an increasingly important tool to finding solutions, engineers must have the opportunity to explore their creativity again.
With the numerous artificial intelligence branches arising, engineering might turn the tables on (with the contribution of Robot Software, which we will call “Bots”), in order to:
To deal with the erosion of its profits, the European industry has outsourced part of its production and engineering in low-cost countries.
Such decisions may consolidate some gains at first. However, in the long term, the industry will experience a loss of know-how face to its future competitors (China, for instance). Nowadays, deterministic AI has reached such a level of maturity that it is able to “arm” the industries with what it takes to expand.
Thanks to this revolution, tomorrow’s engineers will be competitive again, and so will be the European industry.
What we propose is a middle ground, picking the best from the two traditional universes of design: needs management (specifications) and CAD (3D). This new pragmatic approach, easy to handle thanks to no-code, designs faster and takes into account both financial/marketing criteria and technical constraints.
Our “boosted engineer” bots use what we call IHEA (Intelligent Heuristic Engineering Automation) to:
It takes 3 main phases to build a bot:
Several structuring approaches of MBSE-like knowledge are available open-source. DessIA proposes IHEA, a sort of “augmented MBSE”-like open source language that takes into account specs and CAD alike.
After engineers have analyzed their own work methods, they will structure their approach starting from basic tasks in order to describe their design process