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How Electric Vehicles are Changing Electrical Systems Design

Webinar na żądanie | 50 min.

Learn what is driving the changes to how we design electrical systems as well as new tools that can accelerate your electrical product development as electrical platforms increase exponentially in complexity.

At a recent count there are approximately 300 companies developing electric vehicles and light trucks. Many of these companies are new entrants to the automotive industry and are working to disrupt the status quo. Vehicle electrification is demanding significant changes to electrical and electronic architectures. This is due in part to the introduction of high voltages, increased safety considerations and significant weight reductions needed to maximize vehicle range. Old interactive electrical design processes are inadequate to move quickly enough given the increased product complexity and race to get to market. Survival in this new world requires high levels of automation, integration and verification/validation at all stages of the product development lifecycle for electrical systems. This webinar will discuss these trends, some of the implications and identify solutions.

What attendees will learn:

  • Understand what‘s driving the changes to how we design electrical systems
  • Gain an appreciation of the implications of these trends on the electrical system development process and tools
  • Learn how new tools can accelerate your electrical product development as electrical platforms increase exponentially in complexity

PRESENTER
Dan Scott
Marketing Director for Integrated Electrical Systems
Mentor, a Siemens Business

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