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Systems-Driven Product Development

Today’s complex products are the result of multiple sub-systems enabled by components across design domains. Systems-Driven Product Development (SDPD) connects systems engineering to an integrated product definition giving engineers the ability to unify your product development framework with your manufacturing system. With Siemens new SDPD curriculum it is much easier to understand, simulate and validate during the product design phase. The SDPD approach gives product designers and engineers:

  • A consistent process framework based on systems engineering
  • Cross-attribute simulation and test-based validation
  • Configuration management
  • Issue, change and schedule management
  • Traceability throughout the entire lifecycle
  • All built on an open foundation

Siemens PLM Academic is excited to debut the new SDPD curriculum. Which will provide students, educators, and professionals with the training and tools necessary to innovate high-quality products. With Siemens new SDPD curriculum it is much easier to understand, simulate and validate.

Curriculum Sample for our Systems-Driven Product Development Course
Curriculum Sample for our Systems-Driven Product Development Course