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Systems Driven Product Development

Systems Driven Product Development

The need to develop smart and connected automotive products requires a systems-driven product development (SDPD) approach. Siemens offers an SDPD solution for automotive product development that combines model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with an integrated product definition and requirements tracking capability. Ultimately, this reduces unpleasant surprises, provides internal and external organizational alignment that results in improved quality, as well as reduced development time and costs.

The need to develop smart and connected automotive products requires a systems-driven product development (SDPD) approach. Siemens offers an SDPD solution for automotive product development that combines model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with an integrated product definition and requirements tracking capability. Ultimately, this reduces unpleasant surprises, provides internal and external organizational alignment that results in improved quality, as well as reduced development time and costs.

Systems Driven Product Development

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The need for automotive OEMs to manage product complexity in a global industry mandates a systems-driven product development process that combines systems engineering methodology across all development domains with an integrated definition of the product. Siemens PLM Software’s digital enterprise solution enables systems-driven automotive product development by bringing together all cross-domain knowledge into a single, logical location that is accessible to authorized users — no matter where they are in the organization or located in the world. By modeling requirements and allocating them through functional and logical decompositions to physical implementation, you will achieve a significant level of traceability throughout the vehicle lifecycle. Modeling the systems provides a thorough understanding of the dependencies within the model, and helps to drive alignment and enable traceability between engineering domains such as materials, body, chassis, exterior, interior, powertrain, electrical/electronics and software integration.

Systems Driven Product Development