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IESF: Wire Harness Engineering

Learn more about the latest tools and innovations for Automotive, Commercial Vehicle, and Off-highway Electrical Distribution Systems Design & Wire Harness Engineering at IESF 2015 - Dearborn, MI, USA – May 19th, 2015.

Highlights include dedicated breakout track, case studies and solution demonstrations in the product area; plus a new feature this year – panel discussion!

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  • Panel: Electical Systems Engineering & Service
Technical Session
  • Improve Quality and Manufacturing Flexibility with Workbooks
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    TECHNICAL SESSION With the increase in variation between harness builds, giving clear instructions to workcells and operators is fundamental to quality and rapid changeovers. This session will present the value of the Capital Workbooks product as part of harness production suite.

  • Manage Complex Design Changes Across the Flow with Advanced Change Automation
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    TECHNICAL SESSION Constant design change is a key factor in electrical systems & wire harness engineering: unless executed properly change can result in large engineering and manufacturing costs, and potentially serious product liability exposure.

    This session tracks a typical cross domain design change. We show how the change itself can be visualized and life-cycled, data flows controlled, verification undertaken, cost impacts assessed, and updated documentation created. Complex subjects such as out-of-sequence changes and robust communication between OEMs and suppliers are covered.

  • When Data Exchange Becomes Business Exchange
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    TECHNICAL SESSION The embracing of risk-sharing, full service and build to print business models that depend on the exchange of rich electronic definition has created a paradox for data transfer. The era of a data format needing to contain a complete product definition has been replaced with the need for a filtered view that protects IP from both the design and the manufacturing knowhow demands a new approach. This session aims to share the business and the technical advances that this conundrum has produced.