Moving towards a more sustainable industry


We are working to make an active contribution to environmental protection issues and to the objectives set by the United Nations (Sustainable Development Goals, “SDGs”). That’s why in 2023 we committed to a 55% reduction in our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2030.


We are following the « Fit for 55 » approach set out in the European Union’s roadmap for achieving carbon neutrality by 2050.


White paper: Digital technology and sustainable development


Environmental crisis and regulatory requirements are pushing companies to change their processes and decarbonize their operations is a key element of their CSR strategies. Constraint or opportunity? Implementing new business models to create more sustainable products is quite possible thanks to collaborative digital solutions.


The new white paper is a collaboration between companies, experts and partners focusing on topics such as : eco-design, the virtual twin, the circular economy…, key drivers of a sustainable innovation for an industry seeking to reduce its carbon emissions.


The road to zero-carbon by 2050 is still a long journey. But aren’t environmental challenges also an opportunity to collaborate with a wide range of stakeholders? And to work together to reinvent new perspectives that combine economy, society and sustainability?

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Customer testimonials

How can Dassault Systèmes’ digital solutions help manufacturers achieve their CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) goals? Discover our customer testimonials: SALOMON and FLYING WHALES.


SALOMON Footwear uses the simulation solution (ABAQUS) to optimize the performance of its cutting-edge products and equipment for outdoor sports. The solution enables them to reduce the number of physical prototypes to help control their carbon footprint.


FLYING WHALES is a French company which aims to revolutionize air cargo transport with its future airship. Dassault Systèmes’ cloud-based 3DEXPERIENCE® platform is used to manage all stages of development, from design to manufacturing, including certification and collaboration with the entire subcontracting chain.

Sustainability, a key topic at our events


As environmental issues continue to evolve, industries need to adapt their design and manufacturing methods. The simulation event enabled us to highlight the major topics linked to a sustainable industry, thanks to contributions from a range of players including SALOMON, SAMAYA and DECATHLON.

The SIMULATION DAY 2023 event shows the best practices implemented by our customers who are committed to a true sustainable innovation approach.

INNOVATION DAY highlights!


The INNOVATION DAY provided an opportunity for industry players (Dassault Systèmes, FLYING WHALES and IFPEN) to discuss about simulation, manufacturing and systems engineering.


How does digital continuity fit into a sustainable development approach? How can we produce less and better?

What solutions are available for simulation? Would you like to access to all the replays of the workshops and plenary sessions?

Our articles


Digital technology and sustainable development : shaping industry’s future

Eco-design, virtual twins and the circular economy promote more efficient production, using less energy and materials.

How digital continuity is a catalyst for sustainable innovation?


Inspiring the next generation of engineers to sustainably transform industry

The ecological transition is a major challenge for companies and industry is seeking pragmatic solutions to reduce its environmental impact.

Engineers have a key role to play in this transformation.                      


Digital solutions for a more sustainable industry

Imagining, designing and testing for a more sustainable economy.

Sustainability and prosperity: How does Dassault Systèmes proceed?



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