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Electromechanical design benefits automotive design

Today’s products such as cars, planes, complex medical equipment and large industrial machines have, in truth, become ultra-sophisticated cyber-physical systems. They often have software content of millions, if not hundreds of million lines of code, across dozens, if not hundreds of interconnected circuits; in addition to a plethora of attached sensors, actuators and communications interfaces.


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ECAD MCAD Design Barriers

Lowering the barriers between ECAD and MCAD disciplines and integrating design environments, for instance, those across electrical, electronic, and mechanical disciplines, leads to more productive, frictionless working environments for electromechanical designs.

Deliver Better Integrated ECAD - MCAD Design

Download this whitepaper from industry analyst, Allan Behrens to learn how working on an integrated platform with cross-domain ECAD, MCAD technologies, common data backbones, and shared libraries helps engineers make faster, more informed decisions; ultimately delivering better designs.

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