Diota, an industrial SME founded in 2009 and eventually specializing in augmented reality tools, then computer vision and more generally industrial process optimization, joins Dassault Systèmes. The company told its customers via email on September 1 that it will be integrated into the Delmia brand, which includes 3DS tools designed for Industry 4.0.
Logical integration, given the alignment of their missions: linking the real with the virtual to facilitate simulation, optimization and execution of operations. Diota informs its customers that there will be no changes to its solutions and pricing for the time being.
In a message to customers, Lionel Joussemet, founder and CEO of Diota, presents this acquisition as a boon that will allow Diota to expand into new markets and provide digital design support to its existing customers. More details will be announced in the coming weeks.
Diota started out as a design office and in 2015 reimagined itself as a software publisher. In 2019, the company raised 7 million euros to enter the European market and then grouped its technology units under an open and modular platform called Diota AppFactory. He then counted on the strength of numbers to fight the giants of the sector.
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