I recently heard about some great design automation results from a Swiss company that has implemented a new electrical design methodology with E3.series. It sounded like they’d achieved huge time savings and found a way of continuing to meet their ambitious customer service goals – even with levels of design complexity rising.
With electrical faults being the biggest reason for failure in the Formula Student car entries, the University of Wolverhampton Formula Student team decided to up their game on the harness design of the 2016 entry car, by working with E3.series for the design of the vehicle’s wire harness.
Stone Aerospace, a partner in NASA’s Europa Clipper mission concept, was under a tight deadline when NASA tasked the Texas-based company with designing a one-of-a-kind underwater autonomous vehicle (AUV). The AUV was built to perform deep under Antarctic ice – the most Jupiter-like condition on Earth – and serve as a prototype for a future mission to Europa.
The latest from the UAS Formula Student Team, including a full run down of the 2014 race season, plus an introduction to how the combustion engine and electric powered race cars were developed using E3.series from Zuken.
Zuken has been supporting “Forze,” the Hydrogen Racing Team at Delft University, in race cars since 2011. The team of 70 has come a long way in this time, to the point where it has just completed its first full sized sports car powered by hydrogen fuel cells, using CADSTAR for the design of all the control and monitoring systems on-board.