Accelerating electrical schematic creation with intelligent wiring design

The amount of electronics in today’s machines and devices increases every year. With this sustained level of growth, the ability to accurately design and document an electromechanical product can be extremely challenging.

Previous design methodologies using non-intelligent drawing tools and spreadsheets can no longer keep track of the many intricate details in a design. Instead, a data-driven, integrated electromechanical design environment is required to validate designs, which provides the benefits of downstream automation as a design proceeds.

Bridging the electromechanical complexity divide

In our latest webinar hosted by Kevin Moran, Senior Applications Engineer at Siemens Digital Industries Software, we demonstrate how you can create electrical schematic designs quickly and easily using powerful and intelligent software tools, while also verifying circuit behavior and validating electrical integrity.

We also explore how wiring schematics can be reused for the benefit of downstream content, such as 2D panel layouts, terminal plans, and reports.

Watch the webinar on-demand →

Electromechanical design as it’s meant to be, designed by engineers for engineers

Bridge the electromechanical complexity divide with industry-proven electrical design tools built by engineers for
engineers. Solid Edge® Wiring and Harness Design enables the creation of fully functional and manufacturable electromechanical designs in a seamless electrical computer-aided design (ECAD) and mechanical computer-aided design (MCAD) environment.

Based on industry-proven technology, Solid Edge enables you to design electrical systems while simultaneously collaborating with mechanical design to optimize your designs, facilitating the accommodation of space reservation, clash detection and hazard avoidance.

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