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Posts tagged with 'Electrical Interconnect Design'

12 May, 2014

Paul Johnston Quiz Question: If Capital electrical platform engineering software stated its’ version at the first year of release at 1.0 and we moved through a new number before the decimal point to denote each new version the current version instead of being called 2013.1 would be called what? Answer: By my calculations, I believe it would be Version 9. What’s in it for you? This Blog post is a little bit longer … Read More

Interoperability, Integrated Electrical Systems, Outsourced Integrated Electrical Systems Software, automotive wiring harness, Capital, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems Design, Electrical Interconnect Design, ROI, Upgrades, IESD, Customer Support, Wire Harness, Deployment

12 Feb, 2014

Paul Johnston Rolling out an enterprise system is for many Capital electrical platform design software customers a multi-stage process. One set of tasks in managing the distribution of the value to individuals and the corporation is to integrate to the corporate IT infrastructure. This is done mindful of the needs to provide acceptable reponse to users, adequate security policy conformance, appropriate data backup … Read More

Mentor Customer Support Division, Mentor Consulting, Outsourced Integrated Electrical Systems Software, Capital, Capital Harness Bridges, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems Design, Electrical Interconnect Design, Wire Harness, Integrated Electrical Systems, Capital Harness XC, Electrical Distribution Systems

4 Jan, 2012

Paul Johnston Out with the old, in with the new. In my last blog I made some serious points in a lighthearted way about the importance of communication. Quite often when you get to lay your hands on some new features of the Capital software, you do it without some lead-in steps. Especially if 1) you have been anticipating new functionality, and 2) you are by nature an enthusiastic early adopter it is hard for me … Read More

Deployment, CHS, Electrical Interconnect Design, Best Practice, Capital, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems Design, Version upgrade, Capital MPM, Capital Version 2011.1, Capital Insight, Capital Level Manager

22 Apr, 2011

Paul Johnston Developing global platform cars is not easy. The workload of engineers designing electrical interconnect and delivering a manufacturing BOM for suppliers is considerable. The reality of electrical and electronic feature proliferation in a vehicle platform is somewhere between harsh and vicious for electrical design and wiring engineers. Not that I’ve personally tried to knock together a car … Read More

Electrical Design Systems, Electrical Design, Electrical Distribution Systems, automotive wiring harness, Capital, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems Design, Electrical Interconnect Design, CHS, Wire Harness, circuit design software, Capital Harness, Wiring Harness, Capital Harness Systems

2 Apr, 2011

Paul Johnston I highlighted the powerful influence of customer lbrarians in delivering automation in the design of electrical systems’ interconnects using the capital suite of programs. Librarians get proficient initially through the ministrations of a trainer to guide them through the concepts of the software and how these apply to their working lives. I’ve also singled out the product management staff … Read More

Wiring Harness, Capital, Capital Harness XC, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems Design, Electrical Interconnect Design, Training, CHS, Customer Support

22 Nov, 2010

Paul Johnston Let’s look briefly at cause and effect. In previous notes on this subject, I remarked choices between in-sourced or outsourced information technology solutions in an electrical design processes yield consequences .  What’s in it for you? Knowing more about these issues will inform your choices.  A common way of referring to a tangle of human-factor issues is to say decisions are “political.” Radical … Read More

Electrical Interconnect Design, Electrical Distribution Systems, Extensibility, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems Design, Capital Harness Systems, API, IESD, Deployment, Design Rules, Wiring Harness, CHS, COTS

13 Nov, 2010

Paul Johnston Coming from Great Britain to live and work in the USA it still strikes me as curious that people would describe how they had “built their house.” In the UK - where people would say “bought a house.”  When you are getting a new house, in both locales home buyers would pay someone to build it. The contractor would offer choices of kitchen and bathroom fittings, floor plan, interior … Read More

Extensibility, Electrical Interconnect Design, Wire Harness, API, Automotive Electrical and Electronic Systems Design, Add new tag, COTS, Electrical Distribution Systems, CHS, Commercial off the Shelf Systems

14 May, 2010

Paul Johnston Since I began working in the realm of software systems for electrical interconnect design I have seen increased user choice in on-and off-road vehicles. I have read the technical papers and marvelled at the memorable phrase “combinatorial explosion” used to refer to the options a buyer of a high-end new passenger car is able to order. Choice is good right? If you are fortunate enough to be able to … Read More

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