Developing aerospace electrical platforms has become a monumental challenge due to increased complexity. To achieve program profitability while satisfying demands for more mission capabilities, aerospace companies must turn to a digitalized approach. Digitalization not only allows teams to work in a virtual environment, but introduces a high level of automation across domains and disciplines bringing visibility, insight and traceability to all facets of electrical program and wire system development.
This white paper discusses how modern cars, trucks and other vehicles feature an ever-increasing number of sophisticated electrical and electronic features, placing a larger burden on the wiring harness that enables these new features. As complexity rises, current harness manufacturing methods are struggling to keep pace due to manual data exchanges and the inability to capture tribal knowledge. A model-based wire harness manufacturing engineering flow automates data exchange and captures tribal knowledge through design rules to help harness manufacturers improve harness quality and boost efficiency.
This white paper explains how to transform embedded software development through architecture-driven model-based software engineering.
White paper on digitalizing development of electric vehicle power electronics, electrical distribution systems and safety critical PCBs.