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Design faster and better with electronics simulation-driven design to shift left

In this ebook, learn more about developing a shift left strategy with electronics simulation-driven design.

Simulation capabilities available today completely transform how we design products. By relying less on physical prototypes to validate designs, teams can Iterate more rapidly, discount less attractive ideas quickly and Innovate faster

Using integrated simulation and analysis tools in product development design flow means that engineers can perform "what if" analysis to analyze the best design options. And it allows them to adapt to changes in the requirements and mitigate any design limitations they uncover.

Achieve better design performance with electronics simulation

Electronics simulation is critical to competing in an accelerating digital world. Teams can discover performance issues earlier and discount non-viable designs using highly accurate digital models that increase design efficiency.

Integrating simulation and analysis into the design program through systems engineering helps companies plan, design, and implement their new systems dramatically faster.

Shift left for improved electronics design efficiency

Finding and sharing information to collaborate across functional roles should be easy for design teams, but it's often the cause of slower-than-ideal design processes. Waiting until the physical prototype stage before validating the performance of the design. It often leads to more design iterations that cost more and cause delays. Every product should start with a concept that provides the foundation and backbone for system development and decision-making. Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) can define and model systems, analyze options, optimize performance, and assess the impact of changes.

Electronics simulation-driven design: a smarter way to design

Use electronics simulation-driven design to overcome common product development challenges:

  • Managing increasing product complexity

  • Rapidly changing requirements

  • Lack of collaboration between teams

  • Shorter program development time

Simulation-driven design is a more efficient and reliable method to manage designs and discover potential performance issues as early as possible during product development.