On-Demand Webinar

Solving for automotive wiring harness complexity with a platform generative flow

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With the increase in electronics in modern-day vehicles, traditional design methods do not always meet the needs of this expanded complexity. Traditional wire schematics creation is a time-consuming, error-prone task reliant on manual labor. What is needed to move forward in this realm is a generative approach in which wiring designs are automatically generated from higher-level inputs, allowing “correct by construction” design creation. In this webinar, we will share some insight into the tools which enable this.

Utilize generative design tools to reduce electrical design times and costs

Tools utilizing generative design can automatically generate accurate wiring designs for all allowable configurations at the platform level. This approach enables manufacturers to capture and develop their competitive intellectual property. System integration is rapid, accomplishing in a few hours a task that would otherwise take weeks. This reduces electrical design times and costs while enabling the evaluation of alternative architectures.

In this webinar, discover how generative design can be achieved in electrical and electronic design, delivering engineers tooling to deal with complexity, cost, and change management.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Erica Van Berkum

Senior Product Manager, Capital Electrical Distribution

Erica has more than 20 years of diverse automotive-industry experience, ranging from wire harness design and electrical component implementation, to software deployment. Erica is responsible for the strategy and roadmap of the Capital Electrical design tools for E/E system development.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Stefan Fischer

Senior Product Manager

Stefan has 20+ years of experience in the automotive market and has been working with the Capital portfolio since 2005. He held positions at Yazaki Europe Limited including Capital Generative deployment for production lead, tools and methods lead engineer, advanced engineering engineer, system engineer, resident engineer - production support at OEM plant, and routing engineer.