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Generatively design the EE systems of heavy equipment and off-highway vehicles

Due to the introduction of new features, functions and systems for electrified and autonomous heavy equipment, complexity is at an all-time high in the industry. These innovations are largely being driven in E/E systems and embedded software domains with a rapid growth in electronic control units.
To keep up with the demands of the industry, heavy equipment manufacturers must revolutionize their equipment E/E design process.

Download this white paper to learn how modern software tools can be used to generatively design the E/E systems of heavy equipment and off-highway vehicles, helping electrical engineers meet tomorrow’s design challenges.

EE systems development

Modern E/E system engineering solutions are supported by a common core of data management, change handling and other application infrastructure technologies. In the first stage of E/E systems development, early modeling inputs are consumed by engineers who develop system architecture proposals, and then design alternatives that are evaluated and refined, then optimized and studied.

Advanced and integrated E/E system development tools are required to keep up with today’s innovation, moving into other domains to deliver an integrated system, including MCAD, PLM and application lifecycle management (ALM) systems.

EE systems architecture

To optimize E/E systems, it is essential to refine architectural allocations in the context of the target product, regardless of the original authoring tool in modeling. An E/E systems architecture that is a model-based, multi-domain development of the E/E system can address the challenge of increasing software complexity in heavy equipment.

Read more about an E/E systems development software portfolio that embraces the principles of MBSE to help manufacturers deal with the ongoing business pressures of reducing costs, increasing margins and consistently improving quality.