Electrical Design using VeSys
On-demand Web Seminar
View this technical presentation to understand how VeSys Design can help you to develop complete virtual prototypes of electrical systems, whilst validating designs are correct first time.
VeSys Design allows engineers to develop validated Electrical wiring schematics, using an interactive and embedded simulation engine that allows the designer to instantly view his circuit in operation.
What You Will Learn
- How to create electrical schematics
- How to simulate your complete system
- How to partition your electrical schematic into a number of physical wire harnesses
- How to exchange wiring data with your 3D MCAD tool for accurate wire lengths
About the Presenter
Nuri is a product manager for the Interactive Design products within Mentor’s Electrical System Design and Harness Engineering Division; these products include VeSys 2.0 and Capital. His background includes 13 years of experience in the ECAD industry, working within software sales, first line product support and training, plus software deployment for companies in the electrical controls domain. He provides both inbound and outbound leadership for Interactive Design, looking after its current development and future roadmap as a leading electrical to harness design suite.
Who Should View
- Electrical Systems Designers
- Engineering, Finance & IT management
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