A reflection with Guido Porro, Italian CEO and Managing Director Euromed of Dassault Systèmes on the impact that technologies have in the work of today and tomorrow, and for the creation of sustainable innovation.

What are the needs of companies and how can they be met to pursue the goal of supporting the creation of the future workforce, exploiting technological evolution and the continuous emergence of new tools?

We compare this with Guido Porro, CEO of Italy and Managing Director Euromed, Dassault Systèmes.

In the world of industry, makers, professionals and designers are committed daily to creating products characterized by higher quality and efficiency, exploiting higher levels of intelligence. In doing so, they act as innovators of the present who can draw inspiration from everything around them and also imagine the impact that technology itself will have on work in the future.

According to the World Economic Forum’s forecasts, Porro notes, 65% of children currently attending primary school in the future will carry out non-existent jobs. This is a challenge in the present, created by the absence of skilled and experienced professionals that the industrial and labour world demands today, not tomorrow. Just think of the need to use new emerging technologies and adopt new approaches to the development of concepts and innovative ideas, for which an increasingly technical and specialist know-how is required.

But it is true, Porro argues, that, in parallel, the trend of the so-called Generation Z continues to grow to opt for professional roles that share projects and work models that can contribute to sustainable innovation.

A journey that begins in the school and university areas and continues with the entry into the world of work by those who aim to become professionals able to integrate skills on new technologies, to project them in the creation of products that meet specific needs in a sustainability perspective.

To help train the workforce of the future by exploiting the benefits of new technologies, by becoming a precursor to digitalisation of experience and new levels of collaboration, businesses need to rethink and redefine the way in which the business and school world, thus companies This is the aim of increasing employability on the one hand and reducing the gap between industrial needs and training on the other.

It is a question of combining an entire ecosystem by connecting people, applications and data in real time, with the ultimate aim of improving productivity and accelerating innovation. Meeting these challenges means sharing basic know-how and a practical and experience-based learning mode, offering inclusive training where excellence, individual performance and final goal are combined and conveyed within a global community, represented by

But learning technological capabilities alone is not enough to reduce the gap between industry and the workforce of the future. For Porro, it is necessary to provide students and makers with easy access to the most innovative technologies to leverage the flexibility that these technologies can offer, especially in terms of product development of the future (think about the added value of tools such as apps and simulation software, solutions

The FabLabs around the world are an example of an ideal scenario of harmony between the two worlds, because they respond precisely to the need to provide means and workplaces for the creation of products and services accessible to anyone and anywhere at global level, to

Porro observes how 3DExperience Solidworks for Makers and 3DExperience Solidworks for Students exemplify, from the software point of view, the way technology can ideally support these scenarios and

Exploiting technological progress on such platforms means making a positive change in the way we live, solving real problems and creating sustainable innovations worldwide.

Whether it is a problem being solved or a crisis like the current health crisis, the technological world is gathering more and more within a single ecosystem to pursue a common effort, as in the case of rethinking and re-conversion of production to support

A teamwork on engineering with unprecedented levels of intellectual property sharing and know-how put in place to pursue a single purpose.

In a scenario of this kind, characterized by continuous and sudden changes, the community is a driving force towards technological progress. Users continue to share and exchange ideas by relying on collaboration.

With Dassault Systèmes’ 3DExperience platform and its solutions, exemplifies Porro, companies have the tool to break down geographical barriers between those who work with each project, involve new users and enable digital collaboration for thousands of

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