How Electro-Mechanical Design Streamlines the Entire Design Process

By William Chanatry

The automotive industry is changing rapidly, with new powertrains, increased autonomy, and greater connectivity. These changes are driving more electronic complexity into modern cars, from battery management to sensors to infotainment. Compounding the challenge of electromechanical design is the need to reduce weight to meet customer demands for improved fuel economy and reduced emissions.

Removing the barriers to innovation between the mechanical, electrical, and electronic disciplines in an integrated design environments lead to a more productive, frictionless working environment for electromechanical designs.

Download this whitepaper from industry analyst, Allan Behrens to learn how an integrated platform with cross-domain technologies, common data backbones and shared libraries helps engineers make faster, more informed decisions and deliver better designs.



Watch our discussion on the realities companies face in complex product design and whether companies are spending too much time on non-value-added Product Development tasks.

Also take a look at what our Senior Vice President of Product Engineering Software had to say about Multi-disciplinary design.

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