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Electromagnetic Simulation for Electrical Systems: Right the First Time

This post looks at a common problem in the development of smart connected products, Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), and how simulation can help you avoid it.

There’s no doubt about it: the world is moving into the era of smart, connected products. Alongside IoT, smart connected products are affecting practically every industry, transforming business models, and impacting almost every phase of a product’s lifecycle.

Unfortunately, many companies are finding that developing smart, connected products is no easy task. Sensors pick up the wrong readings. Harnesses don’t transmit signals fast enough. Processors produce errors. The source of these problems is often elusive. As a result, many companies experience significant delays in getting products to market.

In this post, we’ll look at a common problem in the development of smart connected products, Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), and how simulation can help you avoid it.

The development of routed electrical systems remains an obstacle for companies exploring IoT technology. These systems play a critical role in smart, connected products, but many don’t see them as a priority. 

Harness Design: A Critical Path delves into why this is such an important issue, and we’ll provide a free copy when you sign up for our newsletter.

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