The rapid pace of change in the electronics industry requires companies to innovate with multi-disciplinary design. As systems become more complex, fully understanding all items that can impact the system performance becomes more challenging.
Companies need digital transformation to overcome the barriers to improving quality and reducing time to market. Despite product complexity spiraling, many companies maintain outdated legacy practices. Siloed data, different toolsets, manual handoffs and redundant processes slow down and frustrate designers and engineers. Teams are not able to collaborate in real time and are unaware of how their design changes may impact others, resulting in incompatibility and reliability issues.
Electronic design software that thrives in today's electronics market
Every new product should start with a concept that provides the foundation and backbone for design development and decision-making. With the ability to run what-if analysis on many design concepts, it is possible to create products that use more sustainable, cost-effective and readily sourced materials. And it is possible to achieve this without adversely affecting you and your intended customer's bottom line.
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Electronic design solutions for a multi-domain collaborative approach
Growing systems complexity requires implementing a new multi-domain collaborative approach to control costs, time, and quality. Traditional, document-centric and test-based approaches are not compatible with the current multi-disciplinary and distributed systems engineering. So what do engineers of today need?
A model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach enables design and engineering teams to work together. It replaces document-centric processes with model-centric processes and a structured design process to leverage state-of-the-art tools to design electronics consumer products of today.
Electronic design solutions for freeing up teams from unproductive tasks
Siloed teams have trouble with collaboration and have no clear digital trail, making collecting and reusing critical information challenging. Teams waste valuable time locating documents that may not even contain the latest specifications. Resulting in mistakes and missed requirements and causing targets multiple engineering change orders (ECOs) and manufacturing delays.
Read this ebook to get a better understand of how design teams using a single platform for electromechanical design realize:
Concurrent design with state-of-the-art design tools
Seamless multi-domain collaboration
Continuous product verification and validation