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Manage complexities in vehicle development with model-based systems engineering (MBSE)

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An example of complexity with interconnected infrastructure showing a car driving in a city at night with a passenger rail system overhead.
To meet increasing complexities in today’s market, automotive manufacturers and suppliers must push boundaries to offer new, innovative features that set them apart from the competition and put them at the forefront of the industry. With a collaborative systems engineering approach, OEMs have the flexibility to deliver reliable, innovative, and compliant designs that exceed customer expectations.

Discover more in this eBook about how Siemens’ Software & Systems Engineering solution offers automotive OEMs and their suppliers a way to incorporate new development processes in an open and adaptable environment to ensure they can be seamlessly integrated with current systems.

Connect automotive engineering disciplines with an integrated MBSE approach

Developing today’s fully integrated vehicles cannot be approached by working in silos. This creates significant safety and security challenges for OEMs who rely on isolated silos of information and traditional methods. However, with an integrated MBSE approach, automotive manufacturers and suppliers can continuously verify, validate, and optimize designs at all levels of engineering to accelerate innovation.

Continuously improve designs and drive innovation with closed loop testing

Automotive OEMs and suppliers can leverage the most comprehensive model-based cross-domain solution for the automotive industry to verify, validate and optimize designs at all levels of engineering consistently. Gain insights from real-world product performance data with closed loop testing to improve designs and drive greater innovation continuously. By rethinking development processes today, automotive OEMs can develop tomorrow’s mobility solutions.