Virtual Design, Testing, and Engineering speeds Electrical & Wire Harness Design
On-demand Web Seminar
An increasing number of companies are using a new generation of electrical design tools that can automate many of the steps involved in the creation of electrical schematics, harness drawings and manufacturing documentation.
Join us in this web seminar to learn how companies are using new generation design tools to speed design, improve quality and cut costs in their electrical design & harness design and build activities.
We will look at the benefits being achieved in a number of sectors, including automotive, aerospace, industrial machinery, military vehicles, and others.
What You Will Learn
- Virtual prototyping, using electrical validation of wiring voltages & currents, and checking for incorrect connections
- Automated harness part selection for terminals & seals
- Automated creation of design and manufacturing validation reports
- Automation of BOMs, cut lists, NC files, and other documents
About the Presenter
John is a product marketing manager at Mentor Graphics’ Integrated Electrical Systems Division (IESD). He worked for 11 years as an R&D manager with a leading European truck manufacturer, then with a knowledge-based software company for nine years in a variety of technical, sales, and marketing roles. In 1997 John founded a software company that developed tools for electrical design in the automotive and aerospace sectors. Mentor Graphics acquired his company and hired John in 2003.
Who Should View
- Engineering, Program, and Project Management from OEMs and Systems
- Suppliers Electrical System, Component, and Manufacturing Engineers
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