Specialist print machinery company Müller Martini is adapting to meet the change in the printing world by helping their customers to deliver flexible products. This is reflected in the way they design new, modular products, partly made possible by flexible software such as E3.series.
Machinery and automation are among the most important innovation drivers in our economy. Securing and developing a competitive edge for companies in these industries requires continuous growth of the industry’s R&D capabilities.
Electrical and electronic engineering play a pivotal role in this endeavor, seen by a rapid increase in patent applications in this area over the past decade.
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.