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Innovation to Implementation

A tour of the xtUML methodology demonstrating analysis, design, verification, and code generation in... View Video

This session will demonstrate standards-based modeling format and tool integration technology that supports multi-disciplinary design team collaboration as they apply to power generation and distribution... View Video

This session presents an innovative mechatronic system integration capability featuring SystemVision. You will learn how SystemVision uses standards-based modeling, and advanced simulation and analysis... View Video

SystemVision and BridgePoint are used throughout the world by Systems and Design Engineers at leading military-aerospace, automotive/transportation, medical, industrial, and consumer products companies. These companies recognize that an upfront modeling and analysis approach that flows seamlessly to design implementation significantly enhances productivity, while at the same time reducing cost and risk.

SystemVision

SystemVision

Companies use SystemVision as a development environment to design, integrate, verify and optimize their multi-discipline designs, consisting of digital, analog and mixed-signal electronics, control algorithms and software, sensors, actuators and mechanical plant.

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SystemVision

BridgePoint

BridgePoint

Companies use the BridgePoint xtUML suite to capture a concept in self-documenting UML, validate their concept by “executing” the specification, and translate it into an optimized implementation in either software or hardware.

Learn more about the BridgePoint toolset

BridePoint

Connected Engineering

The Connected Engineering video library includes technical presentations and keynotes related to the Automotive and Mil/Aero industries. View videos

IESF 2014: Military & Aerospace

Mike Jensen's Blog

The 2014 session of the Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF) for the Military & Aerospace industries is coming up fast. Join us to see how Mentor Graphics tools can help you develop safer, more…View Blog Post

Engineering Oops!

Mike Jensen's Blog

Awhile back I wrote about the importance and joy of design practice. In that post I suggested that everytime we design something, we are practicing and improving our design skills. And while we do learn…View Blog Post

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SystemVision bridges the gap between high-level system modeling and component-level circuit prototyping. BridgePoint is an advanced, proven, UML-based environment that enables getting real-time embedded applications right the first time. Try them both, for free.

Innovation to Implementation

SystemVision and BridgePoint are used throughout the world by Systems and Design Engineers at leading military-aerospace, automotive/transportation, medical, industrial, and consumer products companies. These companies recognize that an upfront modeling and analysis approach that flows seamlessly to design implementation significantly enhances productivity, while at the same time reducing cost and risk.

System Modeling & Analysis Design Environments

SystemVision

SystemVision

Companies use SystemVision as a development environment to design, integrate, verify and optimize their multi-discipline designs, consisting of digital, analog and mixed-signal electronics, control algorithms and software, sensors, actuators and mechanical plant.

BridgePoint

BridePoint

Companies use the BridgePoint xtUML suite to capture a concept in self-documenting UML, validate their concept by “executing” the specification, and translate it into an optimized implementation in either software or hardware.

From the Blogs

IESF 2014: Military & Aerospace

Mike Jensen's Blog

The 2014 session of the Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF) for the Military & Aerospace industries is coming up fast. Join us to see how Mentor Graphics tools can help you develop safer, more…View Blog Post

Engineering Oops!

Mike Jensen's Blog

Awhile back I wrote about the importance and joy of design practice. In that post I suggested that everytime we design something, we are practicing and improving our design skills. And while we do learn…View Blog Post

 
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