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A series of fatal aircraft accidents between 1996 and 1999 focused regulators on wiring-related failures, resulting in the creation of the Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems (EWIS) requirements, FAR... View White Paper
Auto makers have long relied on mechanical computer-aided design (MCAD) platforms and solutions specifically optimized for harness design have emerged to solve the burgeoning problem of electrical and wiring... View White Paper
Wire harnesses are vital components within modern transportation platforms such as aircraft and automobiles because they distribute power and signals between the various devices that deliver electrical... View White Paper
Rapid growth in on-board electronic content and embedded software is putting huge demands on electrical design complexity. This paper focuses on the electrical system/wire harness design process itself,... View White Paper
Diagram creation is an essential and until recently, laborious part of harness design. But today there are electrical ECAD tools that can automatically generate diagrams depicting a vehicle’s electrical... View White Paper
The Connected Engineering video library includes technical presentations and keynotes related to the Automotive and Mil/Aero industries. View videos
- IESF 2014: Military and Aerospace IESF 2014: Military and Aerospacehttp://www.mentor.com/events/iesf/mil-aeroDallas, TX • Apr 22, 2014 IESF 2014: Military and Aerospacehttp://www.mentor.com/events/iesf/mil-aeroEverett, WA • Apr 24, 2014 IESF 2014: Military and Aerospacehttp://www.mentor.com/events/iesf/mil-aeroLong Beach, CA • May 1, 2014
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In my last post I noted the launch by Freescale and Broadcom of a single-chip automotive microcontroller (MCU) that supports compact video compression and fast transmission of video data throughout a…View Blog Post