This whitepaper explains how an effective ECAD-MCAD co-design method will aid design teams in avoiding costly electromechanical issues during vehicle construction and increasing the likelihood of first-pass performance. Due to the and complexity of the design, several businesses have been forced to ensure that electronic and mechanical designers work together effectively. Designers today expect an ECAD-MCAD co-design strategy that minimizes unnecessary iterations, increases clarity for any improvements made, and, most significantly, monitors those changes during the design process.
Automotive ECAD – MCAD Co-design Leads
- Reducing iterations by collaborative co-design.
- Updates to the concept in stages.
- Viewing in native 3D.