on-demand webinar

Aircraft electrical distribution system design compliance

A better approach to ensure EDS design compliance

Estimated Watching Time: 33 minutes


A plane taking off safely above an illuminated cityscape results from EDS engineers designing to meet compliance standards.

It is becoming more challenging to deliver safety-assured products and achieve cost-effectiveness for modern aircraft. Market demands for performance, sustainability and secured personalized services have driven industry investment into more complex and electrified solutions. How to effectively ensure the safety of new generation products, designed with sophisticated, automated systems and complex power distribution architecture, has become a critical risk and challenge for manufacturers.

Whether analyzing voltage drop across systems or ensuring the circuit breaker/contactor selections follow safety requirements, it is problematic to use a manual, document-based and disconnected method applied throughout the design and compliance-assuring process. This creates a huge bottleneck that causes potential compliance risk to the product due to its error-prone and limited coverage nature.

Watch the webinar now to learn a better way to ensure electrical distribution system (EDS) design compliance.

Solutions for EDS engineers

The solution to these challenges is to modernize the EDS compliance expertise into an automated analysis engine that can be embedded into a model-based design environment that provides fast and accurate feedback to the user for design improvement.

In this webinar, we will discuss EDS design compliance challenges, the bottlenecks of applying traditional methods, and how Capital Analysis delivers unique solutions to empower every EDS engineer to get fast, accurate and meaningful feedback to improve and ensure their designs.

Watch the webinar now to learn more.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Chenyu She

Technical Product Manager

Chenyu is a product manager in integrated electrical systems (IES) supporting our compliance offering. He has been working for Siemens for more than five years and has held various roles in presales, supporting our EDS design flows and in product management for both our Capital Systems and Capital Connectivity domains. Chenyu holds both a bachelors and a master’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Imperial College London, United Kingdom.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Vivi Sun

Technical Product Manager

Vivi is a product manager in IES supporting our compliance offering. She has been working in electrical system design for over 14 years. Prior to joining Siemens, she spent 7 years working for in the Aerospace industry where her responsibilities included electrical system integrator design, power distribution design, and product management. Vivi holds both a bachelors and a master’s degree in electrical engineering from HIT, China.

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