Bringing all automotive platform electrical content together in a predictable, efficient, and profitable way is a key challenge in transitioning to a modern, model-based enterprise environment. This webinar explores how to connect requirements and SysML models with the downstream E/E engineering domains.
Watch the webinar and discover how an investment in model-based electrical design and integration can help automotive businesses:
- Optimize implementation alternatives
- Increase productivity
- Deploy ‘correct-by-construction’ practices
- Automate consistent verification
Bridge the gap between E/E systems conceptual design and product engineering
The conceptual design phase aims to create a system model that defines what the system needs to do and why which feeds the transition into product engineering. However, there is no clear start and stop between phases as requirements can change, creating many challenges such as manual, disconnected, and siloed work. Model-based E/E systems engineering tools and environments can help overcome these challenges by enabling seamless, trusted collaboration and interactions.
Create and manage the digital thread for automotive E/E systems development
Siemens Capital E/E systems development bridges the gap between conceptual and product design stages by filtering, enhancing, and normalizing the external multi-domain functional system models. Instead of a simple drawing, these designs are fully traceable and verified against the requirements of the upstream E/E architecture. Therefore, Capital ensures the digital twin captures the entire process and data from concept through realization and utilization.
Improve vehicle performance, safety, and reliability with lower E/E systems costs
Electrical systems designers and engineers can achieve unprecedented productivity and first-time quality by using a robust, repeatable methodology that enables re-use, architecture deployment, optimization, and generation of digital engineering assets for software, hardware, network, and electrical domains. By transforming multi-domain system models into domain-specific E/E design proposals, automotive businesses can gain control to minimize the risk of poor designs and the power to reduce the lengthy, costly development cycles.
Watch the on-demand webinar to learn more about a model-based design approach to automotive platform electrical systems integration — Register now!
Meet the speaker
Technical Product Management Manager IESD Strategic Programs
Piotr comes from Jaguar Land Rover where he worked as a Lead Systems Engineer and Architect for Telematics and Connectivity. Prior to JLR, Piotr worked on multiple generations of telematics modules for PSA. He has background in software development in automotive domain. Piotr has a Master’s degree in Electrical, Electronic, Computer and Control Engineering from Technical University of Lodz.