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Choosing a digital twin platform for smart product design

Today’s modern products are rarely purely mechanical. Companies rely on electrical and electronic systems more than ever to make products smarter, add innovation, and lower cost. As such, electrical design has become increasingly critical to product development.

This Tech-Clarity Buyer’s Guide for Electrical Design explores the capabilities needed in a complete electrical design solution.

Electrical Design Solutions

Learn more about key requirements of a successfully integrated electrical design solution and use this guide as a checklist!

  • Do your engineering processes enable co-design across domains?

  • Are you spending too much time and money creating physical prototypes?

  • Does your chosen software solution support your electromechanical efforts?

Electromechanical Engineering Product Complexity

As electrical demands increase, the engineering behind it gets ever more complex. And market pressures demand more electronics in products, while more entrants are crowding the market. More electronics means the electrical system will also become more complex, as it connects the electronic components and provides power and communications. The right tools must be able to handle this increase in electrical system complexity. Increased complexity can quickly turn small problems into major obstacles that slow down the development process, introduce errors, and drive up cost. Consequently, many may find that their existing tools are no longer enough.

Solid Edge Digital Twin Framework for Collaborative Product Development

Solid Edge helps you overcome electromechanical design challenges with a dedicated solution for electrical design—enabling true co-design collaboration across electrical and mechanical domains. Based on industry-leading technology, our electrical design products are trusted and proven around the world. Solid Edge technology adds value to each of the stages of product development – through concept, design, manufacturing, production and end of life. The virtual representation of the product — or digital twin — improve outcomes at each stage.