Develop the vehicle of the future with MBSE and connected engineering

Webinar na żądanie | 18 min.

Automakers manage development challenges with connected engineering

Future of transportation with a digital car designed with MBSE tools

Developing the right vehicle and developing it right is critical for automakers. It is also extremely complex. This is partially due to consumer demands and governmental regulations. Thus, ensuring your teams start integrated and stay integrated is essential. Our Connected Engineering, Software & Systems Engineering webinar will help you understand how to do this.

In this webinar, you will see how an integrated Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach can help you manage the complexity these industry challenges present.

The Role of MBSE in connected engineering

Drive integration across software, mechanical, and electrical systems for clear visibility and advanced real-time collaboration and address issues across the most complex systems. With an integrated Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach, you change the way your vehicles are planned, managed, and delivered.

Benefits of connected engineering for automakers

Boost your innovation potential and speed time to market to develop tomorrow’s state-of-the-art vehicles today. Connected Engineering integrates software, mechanical, and electrical engineering for clear visibility, real-time collaboration, and common development tools, made possible with Software & Systems Engineering.


Nand Kochhar

Vice President of Automotive & Transportation, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Nand Kochhar is the vice president of Automotive and Transportation Industry Strategy for Siemens Digital Industries Software. He joined Siemens in 2020 after nearly 30 years with Ford Motor Company, where he most recently served as Global Safety Systems Chief Engineer. He also served as Executive Technical Leader, CAE, and a member of Ford’s Technology Advisory Board. Kochhar’s tenure at Ford also included executive engineering leadership across various disciplines, including product development, manufacturing, digitalization, simulation technology development, and implementation.