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The advantages of MBSE driven E/E architecture development

Vehicles in all sectors are growing in complexity as OEMs develop sophisticated platforms with growing levels of automation, and connectivity. To cope with this growing complexity, automotive, aerospace and commercial vehicle OEMs must evolve their architectural design processes to leverage MBSE and the digital thread. Today’s E/E system engineering solutions help companies implement MBSE by providing robust data continuity, advanced automation capabilities, closed-loop verification and design optimization.


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Connecting software development and integration

With these solutions, engineers can use existing functional models to generate vehicle architectures and more detailed system designs, continuously building on data from upstream processes to ensure traceability from functions to implementations and actual components or systems. This traceability will be crucial to demonstrate regulatory compliance and the safety of advanced vehicle platforms. As vehicles become more automated, the traceability provided by an MBSE flow with advanced E/E engineering tools will be crucial to demonstrate regulatory compliance and the safety of a vehicle platform.

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