Linda Mazzitelli, PTC’s Product Management Director, goes on to explain how the collaboration between MCAD and ECAD is vital to the success of any electromechanical design process.
Truly autonomous driving systems completely remove the driver from the control loop. A new generation of simulation solutions has the potential to substantially contribute to validating the safety and reliability of autonomous vehicles, helping to reduce time to market by reducing the amount of road testing required to demonstrate the vehicle’s safety.
Additive manufacturing technology helps save significant time and cost in the maintenance and repair of machinery and systems across industries.
Man-carried military communication systems often consume large amounts of power. The heat must be removed from the electronics package to avoid frying sensitive electronic components. The package typically is designed to be carried in a backpack which often puts difficult constraints on the form factor and weight of the system.
Harness Builder 2018 for E3.series is packed with new features and customer-driven enhancements with a focus on the manufacturing side of the process with the addition of new direct driving exports and documentation. New enhancements include an innovative way to display the wires on front or back images of connectors and within the tables located next to connectors on the formboard drawings. This assists the assembler with visualizing which colored wires go into the designated connector cavities and can greatly increase harness build speed while limiting errors.