A competitive global industry landscape is pushing manufacturers to bring innovation to market faster. Just like other domains, this puts pressure on the design and manufacturing of Electrical Distribution Systems. Harness variants need to be reduced and designs need to be improved to optimize for weight and cost while at the same time, development, change and release cycles need to be accelerated.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how integrating mechanical and electrical definition and development on a common engineering platform can improve your designs while accelerating design and development processes. We’ll guide you through a change process and focus on the benefits of integrating product data and process orchestration across the involved domains.
This webinar is addressed to:
Department or product managers in Electrical distribution system, wiring or harness design – as well as any persons responsible for harness manufacturing, OEM-supplier coordination or respective digitalization or IT teams.
Register now for the webinar. Should you be unavailable for the live event, use your registration to secure access to the recording.
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
Mr. Friedrichs has worked in vehicle design and development at various OEM globally. At Siemens, he consults customers in the automotive industry on new challenges and approaches in electrics and electronics engineering.
Presales Solutions Consultant
Mike consults customers from automotive OEM and tiers in the area of NX Product Engineering Software (PES). With his experience in digitalization, he supports customers in boosting productivity in cross-domain design- and manufacturing processes.