E/E Systems Article Roundup

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Please enjoy these highly requested articles on Capital E/E systems development and electrical systems.

Siemens opens its arms to automotive electronics developers

eeNews Europe – June 17th

This article highlights how Siemens is now expanding its Capital software suite as part of the Xcelerator product portfolio. See how with this portfolio expansion, Siemens is taking a major step forward in electronic systems development for vehicles and aircraft.

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Vehicle Electronics: print edition (pages 14-16) – July 2020

A print edition feature – Steve Rogerson unveils what has changed since Siemens acquired Mentor Graphics in 2017.

Siemens expands Capital electrical software

Digital Engineering – June 17th

A high level overview of Siemens Digital Industries Software announcing its expanded Capital electrical/electronic (E/E) systems development software portfolio and how the integrated capabilities can be used to design and assess E/E systems.

The digital thread: reducing electrical system program risk in the aerospace industry

In Compliance Magazine – May 29th

This article uncovers the issues and challenges exacerbating program risk in the aerospace industry and how OEMs are moving toward the digitalization of the design and integration of electrical and electronic systems in aerospace applications. 

Software defined auto: an efficient platform for essential parallelization

Embedded.com/EE Times Network – June 1st

This article breakdowns how the automotive industry is moving towards a centralized computational architecture for complex vehicle features required by customers and new legislation. In addition it goes into detail on how these architectures heavily rely on the latest multicore MCUs as well as the high demand for them.

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