Reduce design iterations with concurrent engineering for electro-mechanical teams when designing consumer products

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Designing Consumer Products

Designing consumer products with complex electronics requires close collaboration between electro-mechanical engineering teams. With electronics manufacturers facing unprecedented fast-paced design cycles, they need to manage innovation, variation and complexity. Changes one domain makes can significantly impact the design of others. Without a single source of truth shared across domains, the result is frustrated engineers, multiple design iterations, increased costs and delayed products. Electronics manufacturers must practice concurrent engineering that leverages model-based systems engineering strategies to reduce these iterations and get to market faster. Learn more about adopting collaborative design workflows in this on-demand webinar.

Smart, connected electronics require innovative electro-mechanical collaboration and design

From cell phones to self-driving cars, electronic devices found in our daily lives are increasingly intelligent and more connected than ever before. As these products grow smarter, more connected and adaptable, manufacturers are excited by possibilities but face the challenge of managing more complex electro-mechanical designs. Traditional tools, methods and processes often restrict acceleration and collaboration with some software tools furthering segregation between product teams.

Without a single source of truth or a data repository, teams lack visibility into current designs, making it challenging to make timely improvements or modifications. With a disconnected design process, engineers make adjustments that may no longer work with more recent changes, resulting in lost time in rework and possible missed product launches

Successful electronics manufacturers strategize with model based systems engineering

Transforming the traditional design process to a concurrent design workflow that uses model based systems engineering strategies enables the team to access the latest information and gain insight into underlying relationships.

From design concept to end life cycle phases, electronics manufacturers leveraging system relationship models provide engineers access to an always up-to-date data repository with traceability for requirements, design, analysis, verification, and validation.

Manufacturers can remove roadblocks that traditional design processes create and conquer today's product complexity, manage requirements, and enable engineers to focus on product design instead of the process.

From concept design to manufacturing: enabling better collaboration for designing consumer products

Every team member can have easy, continuous access to all current designs, information and product-related data. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn more about concurrent engineering when designing electronics for consumer products.