Multi-disciplinary design involves an efficient and integrated ECAD-MCAD co-design process. Lowering the barriers between disciplines and integrating design environments, for instance those across electrical, electronic and mechanical disciplines, leads to more productive, frictionless working environments for electromechanical designs. Read here and learn more from Allan Behrens himself.
In this second of a two part special, hosts Allan Behrens (Taxal) and our very own Paul Brown (Siemens) discuss the solutions to the issues around complex product design and companies spending too much time on non-value-added Product Development tasks. See here for part one.
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