Watch this webinar to learn how to bring more complex products to market by reducing design iterations with cross-domain collaboration, increasing visibility using a common view of design data, and validating designs in the virtual domain instead of waiting for physical prototypes.
In today's connected world, you would expect companies to have overcome the long-standing collaboration challenges that electromechanical designers often face. Yet, most development teams still struggle and rely on manual methods, such as emails and exchanging files, to overcome even the most straightforward tasks. Electronics, mechanical, and software engineers typically work with different toolsets and vocabularies.
Ensure zero-spin products while optimizing designs for performance and design for manufacturing (DFM)
Optimize designs for performance and design for manufacturing (DFM) by integrating a shift-left approach for analysis and validation of design intent throughout the development process. This approach ensures zero-spin products and provides comprehensive visibility to product development across multiple domains.
Reduce errors by unifying MCAD and ECAD software with a common view into design data to reduce ambiguity
A unified MCAD and ECAD software view into design data and an optimized design process reduce design errors and rework for a more efficient and speedier design flow. Design teams will spend less time searching for the latest information and have more time to create more innovative and disruptive products.
Reduce the burden of duplicate data entry between ECAD and MCAD software
Mitigate organizational complexity between ECAD and MCAD software with a common parts library. Single item representations of part footprints, symbol and attributes reduces the need for duplicate data entry and ensures design teams are working from the same reference point. It also enables multi-directional collaboration to adapt to internal workflows for synchronous or asynchronous us