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Model-Driven Systems Development

The development and intelligent use of computer models by the aerospace and military industries are critical to their design processes. Designers can use model-driven system development to test and verify compatibility with harsh operating environments and compliance with strict reliability requirements in their complex system designs.

Tools from Mentor Graphics allow our aerospace and military customers to design digital devices that meet or exceed their rigorous standards. You can avoid cost overruns, schedule delays, low reliability, and even product failures related to the development of large-scale systems and platforms.

  • Evaluate new ideas
  • Optimize designs for cost and manufacturability
  • Deliver the highest quality at the best cost

This approach also allows system designers to create system models before physical hardware is available. The models can incorporate various technologies, including mechanical, magnetic, hydraulic, thermal effects, or other characteristics that can be described using algebraic or differential equations. Plus, a model-based design approach allows designers to leverage transfer function-, RTL-, algorithmic-, and even specification-based models.

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SystemVision

System engineers in military and aerospace can create and analyze analog, mixed signal, digital, and electromechanical designs with SystemVision. You can explore concepts, specify system functionality, investigate architectural partitions, and integrate implementation of electronics, sensors/actuators, controls, and embedded software, all in one virtual environment. Learn more about SystemVision

  • Reduce development time, simplify hardware/software integration, and reduce manufacturing and warranty costs
  • Perform design verification of hierarchical schematic and circuit elements
  • Verify concepts through block diagrams and transfer functional blocks
  • Supports industry-standard languages such as VHDL-AMS, SPICE, and C