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Shift left with electronics simulation driven design to optimize system integration

Estimated Watching Time: 25 minutes


Transform your electronics design and validation processes with Simulation Driven Design

Delivering the products customers expect on time and within budget requires cross-team coordination. Design teams struggle to keep up with all the product requirements changes because they don't have the tools to see the impact of the changes, and they can't adapt and validate them fast enough. Avoid the change visibility problem by getting a high-level view of design performance using simulation and analysis earlier and more often in the design process. Resolve problems early before they become significantly more difficult and costly to correct using simulation driven design.

Watch this on-demand webinar to learn more about adopting simulation driven design for better electronics systems design.

Implement an electronics simulation driven design approach in one unified environment

If disconnected design processes, product launch misses, and rework has been your norm, now is the time to transform your traditional workflow to conquer today's product complexity.

With a single unified environment, teams can shift left with simulation to validate designs early and often. Doing so helps to eliminate late-stage design flaws that disrupt plans and sends teams back to the drawing board. When engineers can analyze data sooner, they learn faster and innovate further.

Utilize Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) to streamline multi-dimensional electronics simulation and verification

Simulation is critical to rapid evaluation and verification, allowing teams to eliminate unfit designs as early as possible before consuming significant resources. Adopt an MBSE approach to continuously verify, manage and share all the data, including requirements, test plans, and results, to address electronics design challenges and shorten the entire program.

Shift Left to increase design reliability and accelerate digital simulation

Adapt faster to changing requirements and optimize designs by accessing the right mix of simulation tools for your design needs. It helps to increase confidence in validating and checking any design before building anything. It also dramatically reduces the impact of design rework and engineering changes later in the integrated system, speeding up design cycle time.

  • Leverage a systems engineering approach to manage the entire design program in one unified environment
  • Enable exploration of many ideas and concepts, quick adaptation to changes and design refinements
  • Explore how simulation lends itself to analysis and verifies design intent throughout the development process to ensure zero-respin products while optimizing designs for performance and manufacturability

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Alan Porter

Vice President, Electronics & Semiconductor Industry

Porter joined Siemens in 2020 having completed over 30 years in the semiconductor and electronics engineering domain across multiple industries, including consumer electronics, mil/aero, automotive, and network infrastructure. He’s worked for Apple and Huawei, EDA software companies including Mentor, Synopsys and Cadence, start-ups and assumed professional services roles for high and low volume products. He has extensive experience in digital transformation architecture and implementation from both a customer and solution provider viewpoint. , Porter is the executive responsible for industry thought leadership, defining strategy, driving specific product requirements, and defining specific market solutions for Siemens Digital Industries Software customers in the electronics and semiconductor market.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Craig Armenti

Director of Electronics Solutions

Armenti has over 25 years of experience in the electronics industry. Prior to joining Siemens, he held management, technical marketing and application engineering positions at several major telecommunication and software companies including Mentor Graphics, Zuken, BlackBerry, Motorola and AT&T Bell Labs.

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