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Next Generation Electromechanical Design

On-Demand Webinar | 31 minutes

Removing the barriers to innovation

Engineer on PC using Siemens NX digital twin technology in electromechanical design

This webinar outlines the trends of electromechanical design and how these can affect your design process. Electronics products have become more complex as they are smarter, smaller while relying on connected systems. In order to use this complexity as a competitive advantage, electronics product design and manufacturing processes need to become more efficient in the electromechanical design and engineering industry. Our experts demonstrate how Siemens’ next generation design approach provides a prime electromechanical design experience to integrate mechanical and electronic environments to drive products and innovation to market faster.

In this webinar about electromechanical design, you will learn how to:

  • Integrate electromechanical design processes to enhance current workflows
  • Integrate simulation within NX to prove your designs before you produce them
  • Use complexity in the electromechanical design process as a competitive advantage
  • Drive the digital transformation of your business
  • Assess the cost of a disconnected electromechanical design process

The Future of Electromechanical Engineering with a Digital Twin

With a digital twin, the virtual world becomes a blueprint for the physical world. The technology provides new levels of innovation in electromechanical engineering while eliminating risks and maximizing performance. Engineers can virtually model and validate each step of product development in order to identify problems and possible failures. Simulation not only expedites the design process but also supports testing long before any physical prototypes are produced. This enables the advancement of product complexity since developers can test and compare more configurations than would be possible with physical models.

Key benefits: How Siemens’ Electronics CAD software helps you remove the barriers to innovation

  • Increased efficiency and improved workflows provide more time to create innovative and disruptive products
  • Decreased time to market with best in class features and functionality in the market
  • Discover and eliminate errors early on in the electronics product design process by gaining a deeper understanding of products and their behavior
  • Improved team and downstream communication to increase collaboration and reduce costs
  • Enhanced workflows to increase electromechanical design accuracy to get products to market right the first time

Success Story Using Siemens NX Electronics CAD Software, Teamcenter & Xpedition

Polar Electro provides the highest quality fitness trackers. Polar works with complex electronics which include communications, GPS, motion, and biosensors while balancing those elements with the aesthetics of their fitness tracker. Watch how Siemens’ electronics CAD software helped Polar achieve the balancing of size, weight, ergonomics, functionality, power management, and quality all within our product single design platform.

Meet Our Experts, who discuss the Electromechanical Design Software Capabilities:

Nick Daumann: Senior Marketing Coordinator
Nick’s prior experience includes product marketing for cyber and electronic warfare products in the aerospace and defense industry and holding product leadership responsibilities in the telecom industry.

Dave Walker: Senior Technical Software Product Manager
Over 30 years of experience in a mechanical engineering environment across multiple industries, including consumer electronics, renewable energy, and network infrastructure. Dave holds experience in large corporations, SMB, and startup consultancy roles for high and low volume product.
As a senior technical software product manager, he is responsible for defining a direction for Siemens NX Software focused on electronics integration.

This electromechanical design webinar will be useful for:

Electronics product designers, engineers, and suppliers, who address the increasing complexity and new technologies impacting electronics product development.


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