This webinar discusses how adopting Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) helps automotive manufacturers remain competitive, agile, and cost-effective while tackling challenges such as quality, increased regulation, sustainability, and cost. Illustrated with the example of an electric drive, our automotive MBSE experts will explain how to overcome challenges and ensure that the digital thread of requirements remains in the modeling environment from requirements to design, analysis, verification and validation.
The automotive industry's increased product and process complexity urge many auto OEMs and suppliers to reevaluate their current product development processes. By deploying a Model-based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach, manufacturers can remain competitive, agile, and cost-effective while tackling the challenges of quality, increased regulation, sustainability, and cost. It also connects systems engineering with the rest of the development organization, improving collaboration and decision-making. While the advantages are plentiful, a systems engineering approach encounters challenges: only some requirements can be modeled with the level of accuracy needed, and a heterogeneous mix of modeling and analysis tools from various sources makes it difficult to link all of them synchronously.
During this webinar, our experts will explain the value of a MBSE approach. Using the example of an electric drive, they will illustrate how to link all requirements to the corresponding models, ensuring a digital thread of requirements remains in the modeling environment from requirements to design, analysis, verification, and validation.
- In the early stages, a systems engineering approach helps to make an informed decision and arrive at a baseline architecture and refined system requirements that later become a blueprint for detailed design and simulation.
- Next, the systems engineering approach enables a better product architecture and design options exploration, optimization, and concept selection with simulation and modeling tools, including evaluating the performance and trade-offs of different design options.
- In the connected engineering and product validation stage, MBSE ensures that the simulation and testing workflows are well integrated with requirements, system architecture, ECAD/MCAD, and the rest of the process, making it easier to understand and communicate the design and requirements of the electric drive system throughout the development organization.
Register now and remain competitive, agile, and cost-effective while tackling the challenges of quality, increased regulation, sustainability, and cost.
- Ensure compliance with regulations and standards
- Reduce risk and increase innovation using a digital thread that remains in the modeling environment
- Improve collaboration and decision-making based on integrated simulation and testing workflows
- Obtain a better product architecture, explore design options, and evaluate the performance and trade-offs
- Improve efficiency and effectiveness by tracking the entire development process, reducing errors, and rework
Singh is an MBSE expert consultant in the industry strategy team of the simulation and test solutions segment. In this role, he is responsible for enabling industry-leading customers to successfully integrate their simulation and test workflows as part of their enterprise MBSE solution.
With 20 years of engineering experience, Dom has worked in various roles, such as engineering, engineering management, product management, and sales. In his current role, he helps OEMs and suppliers develop a strategic roadmap across software, hardware, and service divisions, customer technology, and business processes. Additionally, he has an advisory role for hybrid and electric vehicle development.