Twenty-first-century heavy equipment manufacturers face new challenges as they strive to efficiently innovate new products in increasingly short timeframes. Heavy equipment machinery is becoming more and more complex with digitalization, electrification, and autonomous operation. Electrical, electronics, and software systems are quickly becoming key technologies for product differentiation.
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Product Management Director MBSE & E/E
Hans-Juergen is a Product Management Director for the E/E Systems and Systems Engineering solutions within the Integrated Electrical Systems product Segment of Siemens DI Software. He joined Mentor, subsequently Siemens DI SW, in 2009 in the Automotive Networking Division as Product Manager for AUTOSAR Software & Network design tools as well as the Embedded Software portfolio. Hans-Juergen has an automotive domain background of 20+ years including various positions in Siemens Automotive, S-Y Systems Technologies, Siemens VDO and Continental Automotive. He has been deeply exposed to software & tool development as well as systems engineering processes including electrical architecture, network design, embedded software and harness design. Hans-Juergen holds a Diploma degree in Theoretical Physics and Biophysics from the University of Munich and Regensburg.
Sherif Aly is a Solution Architect who joined Mentor Graphics in 2007 working with Embedded Systems, Network, and Software design disciplines across the Model-based system engineering paradigm leveraging his deep experience with AUTOSAR Methodology, ECU integration, and Network design/optimization to develop enabler Technologies and Architectures to help OEMs and T1 suppliers shape the future of today's vehicles. Sherif Aly has 15+ years of experience in Automotive and Aerospace industries, exposed to Embedded software & tool development as well as systems engineering processes including electrical architecture, network design, and wiring/harness design with deep understanding of how to implement, connect and deploy a Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE) solution.