Because of its influence on weight and cost, accurately digitizing the wiring system is a priority when implementing a digital twin strategy in the automotive and transportation sectors. It’s also one of the most challenging aspects of this task.
The video below demonstrates the process of changing a device from inside a circuit in E3.series. Whether you choose to make the change from the schematic, the wiring diagram or the device tree, selecting and updating a component automatically updates all instances of it within your project.
The blockchain is one of today’s most polarizing technological innovations. Basically, it is an immutable public record designed to enable parties who don’t necessarily trust each other to safely interact and transact without having to give up control to or pay rents to a third-party such as a traditional bank, social network or online marketplace. The world was introduced to blockchain technology by the success of the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, which uses the blockchain to enable the currency to be transferred between parties without an intermediary.
This tech tip explains how to smart dock and pin your most useful E3.series windows to a logical location or ease of use. Pinning your windows will save you screen space and allow you quick access to some of your most used windows.
Aircraft electrical design projects tend to be very large and extremely complex. The challenges associated with managing the sheer number of wires (required for avionics systems, engines, sensors, in-flight-entertainment etc.) is frequently compounded by the distances some signals must travel within the airframe, passing through several harnesses on route. For example, an Airbus A380 – with its wingspan of almost 80m and a nose-to-tail length of almost 73m – allegedly has around 480km (300 miles) of wiring.