Ghosting of the template areas can be seen when dragging the cursor over its outline regardless of the visibility of the template layers. This will happen when the template layers are set as “Selectable layer” in the Layer Settings dialog. This is most common so the designer can select templates regardless of the active layer.
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.
This tech tip illustrates the process of creating a new terminal to be used with your connectors in Zuken’s E3.series. It covers the attribute information that can be applied to this model, and the model needed for the correct terminal for any given wire size.
While the concept of a digital twin has been around since the early 2000s, it’s only thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT) that its time has come. It was recently named one of Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2018. Simply speaking, a digital twin is a virtual model of a process or product, which is paired to the physical world. This approach allows the analysis of data and creates a wide range of new technical and commercial opportunities.
System design can be complicated and difficult to track across the entire design. Blocks inside Zuken E3.series give the users an easy way to manage multiple systems of varying complexity in a seamless environment.