The keys to ensure electrical distribution system (EDS) design compliance for aerospace

Delivering safety-assured products and achieving cost-effectiveness for modern aircraft is getting more challenging. Market demand for performance, sustainability and secured personalized services have driven the industry investment into more complex and electrified solutions. How to effectively ensure the safety of new generation products, designed with sophisticated automated systems and complex power distribution architecture, has become a critical risk and challenge for aircraft manufacturers.

From the electrical schematic connectivity checking of different configurations to analyzing fuse and wire sizing under stress and failure conditions, we see a manual, document-based, and disconnected method applied throughout the design and compliance assuring process. This creates a huge bottleneck that causes potential compliance risk to the product due to its error-prone and limited coverage nature.

The solution

To meet these challenges head on is to modernize the electrical distribution system (EDS) compliance expertise into an automated analysis engine that can be embedded into a model-based design environment that provides fast and accurate feedback to the user for design improvement.

Watch this webinar to find out more about the EDS design compliance challenges, the bottlenecks of applying traditional methods, and how Siemens Capital Analysis delivers unique solutions to empower every EDS engineer to get fast, accurate, and meaningful feedback to improve and ensure their designs.

What you will learn?

  • What are the challenges of EDS design?
  • What do engineers want to help and support them?
  • How can Capital Analysis solution reduce cost, support safety and more?

Watch the Webinar→ Ensuring electrical distribution system design compliance: A better approach to EDS design compliance

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