Developing green aviation with eVTOL aircraft configurations includes multiple challenges that require agile design processes and model-based systems engineering. The Siemens Xcelerator portfolio makes this possible.
One of the key pain points that can occur during product development for a new application is the lack of durable, wear-resistant prototype parts for testing. In this webinar, igus® will show you different manufacturing methods for various stages of the design process and when to use each method.
Join Boyd’s webinar on developing and implementing integrated solutions to combat Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), also known as Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), which can greatly hinder the performance, functionality, and reliability of electronic devices.
Specifically, this webinar will examine the EMI challenges for data center, IoT, and wireless applications and how to develop integrated, multifunctional material and thermal solutions that ensure better protection from EMI complications. Learn more about advanced EMI solution options and developing ideal solutions that meet your next-generation requirements.
Your OT assets make valuable data every day, but how much of that makes it to IT analysts that can turn data into insights? Even harder – How do you turn data into insights at scale across an enterprise? Learn how FactoryTalk Edge Gateway can connect, contextualize, and surface OT data so you can optimize your operations, and how FactoryTalk Edge Manager helps you keep everything up to date, aligned, and secure with orchestration from the cloud.
One of the biggest challenges in current times, across all industries and in most regions around the world, is the labor shortage. The challenges around recruiting and training skilled labor for advanced manufacturing and shopfloor operations have significantly intensified due to the global COVID pandemic. This is also true for the electronics manufacturing industry. This webinar will discuss how an integrated Manufacturing Operation Management system can help address labor-related challenges.
For many electronics products sold today, markings such as text, characters, and symbols are applied to component surfaces via laser or other methods. Product makers must ensure that any markings are free of defects, meet quality and brand standards, and comply with trade regulations such as CE and RoHS. This webinar introduces a new inspection approach using imaging colorimetry to provide efficient and highly accurate automated simultaneous inspection of text and symbol color, dimensions and positioning, formation, and other attributes.
Join us as we explore the importance of choosing the correct testing chamber and how to prevent potential hazards during testing. We'll cover chamber safety measures to protect your personnel, products under test, and your investment in the chamber. Plus, we'll share some insider tips to help you save money in the long run.
Sight glasses should be the most reliable part of your processing system, not the one you worry about most. Properly selected and installed, a sight glass provides valuable insight and production gains. Learn what makes the best solution for different applications and what to avoid.
Rolls-Royce describes its use of Siemens Xcelerator portfolio tools to develop a prototype electrical propulsion system for a hybrid/electric aircraft.
You expect that your thermal analysis instrument is always accurate, true and precise and delivers reproducible results within a given range. A calibration determines whether your module is delivering correctly measured values or needs an adjustment. In thermal analysis, different parameters must be calibrated (e.g. temperature, heat flow, mass, length, modulus).
How is this high accuracy achieved in weighing and what factors affect it? In this webinar, we discuss how manufacturers are using smart automation weighing components that improve productivity while ensuring the exacting quality standards of the semiconductor industry.
This webinar will focus on common contact technologies used in the connector industry and how to avoid fretting corrosion by implementing Hypertac® hyperboloid contact technology in your connector designs. This contact technology offers proven benefits and our engineering teams over the years continue to creatively adapt the concept to meet the needs of so many diverse applications.
Join this webinar to discover application examples, live measurements and useful tips about 3D snapshot sensors.
The development of an electrical propulsion system is just one aspect of developing an overall system architecture. Siemens has created specific libraries to allow deep dives into individual components and empower system-level analyses within the framework of a virtual integrated aircraft model. This can be used to run verification cases to address each of the green aviation development challenges.
Join Rutronik and Infineon to explore applications and technology trends driving Bluetooth® Low Energy (LE) adoption in the IoT market, and discover how the newly-launched Rutronik Development Kit RDK3, based on Infineon's PSoC™ 64 secured microcontroller with integrated Bluetooth® LE radio, can help shorten your development time.
When purchasing dust collection systems and filter cartridges, the initial purchase price is just the tip of the iceberg. The true costs – energy, consumables and operations – lurk below the surface. This webinar helps you understand the total cost of ownership of a dust collector and focuses on the areas where the greatest cost savings can be achieved over the long term.
Learn more about Infineon's cutting-edge DC-DC conversion systems in the upcoming webinar.
One of the main standards impacting Energy Storage Systems is UL 9540A (Test Method for Evaluating Thermal Runaway Fire Propagation in Battery Energy Storage Systems). This webinar will cover the test methods and key data taken during testing to aid those involved during the commissioning and code approval process.
Discover various driving solutions, ranging from a dedicated driver for Infineon's gallium nitride (GaN) based CoolGaN™ GIT high electron mobility transistors (HEMTs) to a universal drive concept addressing the different GaN technologies. Practical application examples and circuit schematics will complement the presentation.
During the webinar our specialists will explain the origin and principles of the Hypertac® hyperboloid contact technology and explore the capabilities, benefits, and added value functions of the high-power hyperboloid contacts for power charging systems. In this application the hyperboloid technology, thanks to its design, heats less and disperses less energy than common contacts in the marketplace. Also, by providing a more constant temperatures as contact resistance degrades, this technology can offer a faster charge keeping a stable performance.
The electromechanical design project is over. The product is complete, delivered and out-the-door. Timescales were met – well, nearly - and the customer is happy. Time to take stock, to celebrate, or get started on the next design project. But how much of your success was down to human intervention between disciplines? Shouldn’t our design software do that stitching for us?
The webinar will explain how to remove the human glue between your design domains by moving the stitching to where it belongs: the design toolset. We’ll describe how using the latest MCAD and ECAD software tools in an integrated design flow during system and product development can provide design checking and verification at every step of the way. Finding and fixing errors before they can propagate down the chain. Getting your product to market quicker, at less cost and with higher quality.
With Industry 4.0, embedded developers are seeking new and optimized solutions that allow for the offloading of real-time critical tasks from the processor, while enabling more diagnostics, predictive maintenance and AI, and secured systems. Join us for this webinar as we dive into the components and system solutions available for Industry 4.0.
The dawn of the jet age was the last big pivotal moment in aviation, as the industry is still largely using configurations developed in the 1950s. Electrical propulsion systems have the potential to usher in a new era of urban air mobility (UAM) built around climate-neutral aircraft with vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) capabilities. That transformation will be driven by digitalization.
This webinar explores how assisted reality can solve the lack of equipment knowledge problem in manufacturing facilities. Attendees will learn how this technology can improve worker productivity, enhance safety, and provide on-demand access to training resources. The speaker will share practical experiences, insights, and best practices.
Sequans, Withings, and Ignion discuss eHealth and how cellular connectivity assures the most reliable, secure, and feature-rich healthcare IoT devices.
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 pressure to shorten time-to-market while improving product performance drives the increased use of simulation throughout the product life cycle. However, without some form of simulation management, simulation itself can become a process bottleneck.
Simulation data management helps get control of simulation data and processes to avoid common problems such as analyses performed on obsolete data, poor visibility to simulation results, and results arriving too late to drive design direction. Efficiently manage and share complex simulation to all your decision-makers to ensure the product is designed right the first time.
Building materials manufacturers have to streamline production to meet customer demand and stay competitive in the market. But with operational challenges and supply chain issues, meeting those targets is a challenge. Addressing machine reliability can change how your equipment and production runs. Learn how Machine Health can help teams improve machine performance, increase throughput, and hit every business goal.
The motion control market shows a growing demand for higher integration and more complex subsystems.
Embedded drive solutions for motion control simplify integration, enhance performance and speed up time-to-market. In embedded drives the overall system's size, cost and time-to-market can be slashed by considerably increasing the level of integration.
Learn how new shop floor-ready apps built on proven machine vision and AI expertise are helping a distillery and electronics manufacturer digitize and automate error-prone manual processes to avoid downtime, rework, waste, and customer returns that eat into profitability and damage brand reputation.