Ensure the safety and reliability of your electric vehicles through electromagnetic compatibility compliance

By Sarah Bartash

Integrated Capital and SimCenter capabilities help ensure compliance and speed time-to-market for electric vehicles

In the rapidly evolving landscape of electric vehicles (EVs), it is important to ensure electromagnetic compatibility (EMC). With the proliferation of electrical components and the adoption of emerging technologies like silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN), automotive manufacturers need to also focus on achieving EMC compliance. Watch Siemens Digital Industries Software’s on-demand webinar, led by industry experts Koen de Langhe and Erica Van Berkum, to delve into the intricacies of electromagnetic simulation at the vehicle level and its crucial role in guaranteeing the safety and reliability of electrified vehicles.

As the automotive industry undergoes a monumental shift towards electrification, the demand for comprehensive EMC solutions has never been greater. Siemens Xcelerator portfolio offers advanced capabilities for simulating and verifying EMC performance across the entire vehicle spectrum. See the benefits of establishing an end-to-end EMC compliance workflow, encompassing both the electrical wire harness and the full 3D geometry of the system. With practical demonstrations, learn how to understand the conducted and radiated emissions by analyzing the EM behavior from the source (high voltage cable) to the victims (data communication cables, sensors, etc.).

The webinar also explores the integration of Capital tools within the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio, offering unparalleled design and verification capabilities for key electrical powertrain systems. With Simcenter electromagnetics simulation solutions, engineers can harness the power of digital twins to build vehicle-level EM models, including relevant electrical wire harnesses directly from Capital. By leveraging these integrated capabilities, automotive engineers can efficiently understand and mitigate EMC concerns, ensuring compliance and accelerating time-to-market for electric vehicles.

Koen de Langhe, Director of Product Management for Simcenter Electronics Systems Simulation, and Erica Van Berkum, Senior Product Manager for Capital Electrical Distribution, share their extensive expertise and insights into achieving EMC compliance in the era of electrified vehicles. Whether you’re an EMC engineer, automotive designer, or industry enthusiast, this on-demand webinar promises invaluable knowledge and practical strategies to navigate the complexities of electromagnetic simulation in electrified vehicle development. Stay ahead of the curve and elevate your EMC compliance efforts. Register now to access the webinar and embark on a journey towards safer, more reliable electrified vehicles.

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