Integrated Product Architecture Is Critical to Cross-Domain Product Development


Similar to building architecture, one may conceive of product architecture as such. We shouldn’t be shocked when things go wrong with products that don’t have a product architecture plan since no one can conceive starting a building without a set of architectural blueprints and blue prints to work from before starting the project. The layout of a product’s components is established by the product architecture. You lack the data necessary to assemble a well-rounded product without this arrangement. In other words, product architecture creates the binding agent for all later product lifecycle disciplines.

You may record your product architectural data with the product lifecycle using Teamcenter System Modeling Workbench’s systems modelling capabilities, giving you total visibility into design choices. This enables the many domains (software, electronics, mechanics, etc.) throughout your product lifetime to start integrated and stay integrated.

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Systems Modeling Integrated With the Product Lifecycle

The system architecture of the product is captured by Teamcenter’s System Modeling Workbench as it records, arranges, and links system operations and logical components. System block diagrams provide as a “live” view into Teamcenter’s architecture of objects and relationships that are configured, maintained, and changed, among other things. Diagrams may be explored and utilised in reports and documentation to understand relationships between different product components. By establishing a “system of systems” perspective, this encourages developers to see how everything works together and leads to an integrated solution.

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