The vision of the digital thread is simple. Understanding it is not. This eBook visually walks through the creation of a Model-Based Definition in engineering and through all its uses throughout a company.
Enabling Supplier Collaboration With The Right Tools
Many companies are conflicted about collaborating with suppliers. It is critical to spur innovation. Yet, done incorrectly, it can expose intellectual property. This eBook compares and contrasts several technological approaches to enabling IP secure supplier collaboration.
Automating Processes across the Development Cycle
Digital transformation isn’t just about managing a holistic definition of the product. It includes running, managing, and automating digital processes. This eBook introduces and compares a variety of technological approaches for this kind of initiative.
Harmonizing Development in Engineering and the Enterprise
Digital transformation starts in engineering with the creation and management of a complete digital product definition.This eBook introduces and compares a variety of technological approaches for such an effort.
Accelerating Board Systems Development with Pervasive Simulation
Respins are costly, both in terms of time and money. This eBook shares findings from our most recent study that shows board verification and simulation pay off in a big way.
Model-Based Definition Powering the Digital Twin
A complete digital representation of the product delivers benefits throughout product development. Chad Jackson gives an orientation on the intersection of Digital Transformation initiatives and Model-Based Definitions, powering the use of Digital Twins.
Webinar hosted by Siemens PLM.
Early Electronics Simulation: Is It Really Worth It?
Manufacturers have learned the hard way: multiple respins are detrimental to the health of product development. In this webinar, Chad Jackson shares findings from Lifecycle Insights’ most recent research study analyzing the use of early, pervasive electronics simulation and checks.
Webinar hosted by NAFEMS.
Model-Based Definitions (MBD) Research Study Results
Many executives agree that Model-Based Enterprise initiatives have value. Yet, many hesitate due to uncertainty about the readiness of their suppliers. These findings share the current operation and capability states of suppliers for MBD adoption.
Compress Board Systems Design with Electrical-Mechanical Collaboration
Today’s development schedules are tight. Improving collaboration between electrical and mechanical engineers for the development of board systems stands as an opportunity to gain ground. This report provides deep insight on how to take action.
Compress Electrical Systems Design with Electrical-Mechanical Collaboration
With more electronics being jammed into smart, connected products, it is critical important to accelerate electrical systems design. This report reviews the ways electrical and mechanical engineers can collaborate more earlier and more frequently.
Reasonable Systems Engineering for Smart, Connected Products
Systems engineering promises great capabilities to mitigate the increasing complexity of development. But can it be adopted in a reasonable way? This eBook explores that issue.
Simulation for Design Engineers
Applying simulation to design isn’t as simple as installing software. Knowledge and skills gap represent significant challenges. Chad Jackson talks through the barriers and shares findings from Lifecycle Insights’ Simulation-Driven Design study.
Webinar hosted by engineering.com