How to close the connection between E/E and MBSE related product development
In a market with close to 90% of modern cars being electrical-based, E/E is becoming more relevant. Innovation leads to even more complex products. Silos and inefficient processes and a significant explosion of development time need to be avoided.
It’s our mission to close the connection between core MBSE and E/E-related product development. With pioneering software solutions bridging the functions between PLM and E/E to integrate processes and dependencies into a holistic digital twin, discover the potential of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE).
Watch the Siemens Webinar MBSE – E/E: Continuous model-based functions to:
Pre-Sales Solution Consultant
Hodei has worked for over 6 years in the field of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering focused on the wiring harness domain, from early functional decomposition down to the wiring harness manufacturing process. Currently he is focused on interfacing System Model data and analyzing early vehicle feature implementation impact for downstream reuse.
Business Development Automotive
Ms. Trautner has worked in the field of Model-Based Systems Engineering for the global automotive industry. She is currently defining the transition point from platform to domain-specific electrics and electronics engineering.