Electronic Systems Design

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Today's electronic systems design teams are under tremendous pressure to deliver more complex products on even more compressed schedules and budgets. This pressure comes from groundbreaking new technologies and the rising consumer demand for smart connected devices. In order to deliver, companies must transform into a digital enterprise that leverages multidiscipline collaboration across the product development process.

This transition is fundamental to working smarter instead of working harder. Companies benefit from the power of electronic product design solutions that combine best-in-class design tools and processes that work together. These solutions virtually eliminate redundancy and errors by reducing data duplication and ensuring absolute design integrity. Ultimately, they simplify validation and verification to deliver the complex products customers demand and reduce overall time to market. 

Today's electronic systems design teams are under tremendous pressure to deliver more complex products on even more compressed schedules and budgets. This pressure comes from groundbreaking new technologies and the rising consumer demand for smart connected devices. In order to deliver, companies must transform into a digital enterprise that leverages multidiscipline collaboration across the product development process.

This transition is fundamental to working smarter instead of working harder. Companies benefit from the power of electronic product design solutions that combine best-in-class design tools and processes that work together. These solutions virtually eliminate redundancy and errors by reducing data duplication and ensuring absolute design integrity. Ultimately, they simplify validation and verification to deliver the complex products customers demand and reduce overall time to market. 

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The smaller-denser-faster mantra is at the forefront of today's electronic systems design and amplifies the need to ensure verified design integrity before the first fabrication. Waiting until fabrication to validate compatibility between electronics, mechanical and software departments is far too late. It is not an option for today's companies because it kills their ability to launch products quickly and increases overall costs.

Digital Twin Technology Benefits

It is no surprise then that costs and time-to-market (TTM) are top of mind and drive companies to reevaluate and transform their design processes. Companies can achieve this through the development of a comprehensive digital twin for multidisciplinary design. This approach ensures seamless collaboration across all teams. With the capabilities to truly work smarter and faster, they overcome the challenges and turn this complexity into their advantage. As a result, this transformation significantly reduces design respins and new product introduction cycle times.

Electronics Design Collaboration

If companies continue to rely heavily on manual reviews and costly physical prototypes the verification of each design phase will occur far too late in the process. Engineers then spend valuable time and resources on debugging errors that should have been caught earlier. When errors are uncovered late in the development cycle, companies face costly respins that follow the same inefficient, error-prone, manual review process time and time again.

Manufacturers need to take their traditional siloed electronic design capabilities and transform them into a multidiscipline collaborative design environment. The comprehensive digital twin approach enables data analysis and simulation across mechanical, electrical and software domains. Such a system provides a single source of truth for collaboration, data sharing, reuse and control. In this way, distributed groups can work together to improve design quality and accelerate new product introduction.

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