CES 2018: Dassault Systèmes To Showcase New Consumer Experiences In Healthcare To Smart Cities

Posted: Dec 23 2017, 4:56pm CST | by , in News | CES

CES 2018: Dassault Systèmes to Showcase New Consumer Experiences in Healthcare to Smart Cities
Dassault Systèmes Booth

Dassault Systemes to showcase Novel Means in the Health Department at CES 2018

The company bearing the name Dassault Systemes is based in France and it will be introducing new experiences in health care at the CES 2018. Virtual solutions to health issues, vehicle maintenance and smart home glitches will be presented at the event.

At the Dassault Systemes booth, startups such as Digital Orthopedics and Dracula Technologies not to mention Perseus Mirrors and XYT will have their products and services on display.

Technological ecosystems that deal in patient rehabilitation and energy/water usage will be discussed with and demonstrated before those who attend the event.

Parents and therapists of children who are facing learning disabilities will get support from this source. Fun-filled methods of keeping children motivated and constantly learning will be explored in depth.

It will be therapy without all the boring connotations that the word normally implies. 3D holistic experiences will especially be utilized in the shaping of individuals.

The health dimension will have tools and products that add to well-being by supporting those who need help in physical and psychological tasks.

All in all, it will be a seamless form of technological connectivity that will make health not just a matter of palliative care but prevention that is much better than seeking cures. When this gets shown at the CES 2018, it will be a brand new experience for the onlookers.

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