PARTNER WEBINAR | Digital Engineering Basics – MBSE to Wire Harness Design (Part 3) | ZUKEN Americas
Phoenix Integration is proud to participate with Zuken and Vitech in the “Digital Engineering Basics” Virtual Event Series, hosted by Zuken.
As Digital Engineering continues to gain momentum, there are a lot of questions about how to create a product model and the associated design process. Companies are struggling with the model transition to detailed design and model relevancy throughout the product lifecycle. Zuken is presenting a three-part webinar series exploring the Digital Engineering Basics of product model creation using MBSE, the use of trade studies, and implementing a wire harness. The webinars are built upon a real-world video drone design.
Once you have registered for this webinar, you can register for Parts 1 and 2 here:
- Digital Engineering Basics – Building the MBSE Product Model (Part 1)
- Digital Engineering Basics – Product Model Trade Studies (Part 2)
As Digital Engineering continues to gain momentum, there are a lot of questions about how to create a product model and the associated design process. Companies are struggling with the model transition to detailed design and model relevancy throughout the product lifecycle. Zuken is presenting a three-part webinar series exploring the Digital Engineering development process utilizing a video drone example. Part 1 covers a systems engineering approach to model creation. Part 2 will demonstrate how trade studies are performed on the product model to verify and optimize the architecture. Part 3 moves the drone model into the detailed design for wire harness design.
This webinar explores the design process for moving the video drone model within GENESYS to E3.series for cable and harness design. This direct transfer replaces weeks of work to convert the model into documents for implementation. Through this process, the cable design team has access to the video drone model from within the E3.series design environment. There is no need for the detailed design team to launch GENESYS. The requirements, parameters, diagrams, etc., are all fully visible from E3.series. A demonstration is provided to cover the entire design process that starts with transferring the video drone model to E3.series, followed by viewing the model within E3.series, and finally, cable design based on the model content.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How SysML models are connected to detailed design
- How the extended schema enhances the data transfer
- How detailed design remains connected to the model
- How the model can be viewed from E3.series
- How IPC-2581 is used to import PCB connector data into E3.series
Who should attend:
System Engineers, Senior Engineers, Project Managers, Electrical Engineers, Architecture Engineers, Engineering Managers, Wire Harness Design Engineers