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Removing the Barriers to Electromechanical Design Innovation

On-Demand Webinar | 62 minutes

Current electro-mechanical designs have many challenges that can significantly increase design effort and time-to-market.

Removing the Barriers to Electromechanical Design Innovation

Typically, these challenges are separated into two groups: (1) collision and connectivity design challenges and (2) library & data synchronization issues.

In this webinar we will go through the integration between Xpedition and NX to show how these electro-mechanical requirements can be exchanged incrementally and efficiently throughout the whole design process to get the true design intent from both electrical and mechanical domains.

Attendees will learn how to:

  • Integrate electromechanical design processes to enhance current workflows
  • Use complexity in the electromechanical design process as a competitive advantage
  • Assess the cost of a disconnected electromechanical design workflow

About the speakers:

Alex Grange is a Technical Marketing Engineer at Siemens Digital Industries Software based out of Oregon, USA and is focused on the electro-mechanical collaboration between electrical and mechanical vendors. Alex is sits as the chair of the ProSTEP EDMD Committee developing the IDX standard.


Craig Armenti is the Director of Electronics Solutions at Siemens Digital Industries Software. Craig has 30+ years of experience in the electronics industry. Prior to joining Siemens, Craig held management, technical marketing, and application engineering positions at several major telecommunication and software companies including Mentor Graphics, Zuken, Blackberry, Motorola, and AT&T Bell Labs. Craig holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology and an MBA in management from Fairleigh Dickenson University. He has hosted and authored a number of webinars, articles, and white papers.