Why is Electrical/Mechanical Collaboration Not Giving You Results?
Live webinar: Wednesday, November 7 - 2:00 PM ET
Electrical and mechanical collaboration has been discussed and desired for many years without a clear solution. The best workflow and process is still elusive to many design teams. The advantage of working with multiple teams using various domain tools has given our experts a unique perspective on the solution with the best probability of success.
The typical first step has been to use a common platform for electrical and mechanical design. This approach has proven to be a futile gamble in most cases. The gains from the collaboration are almost always wiped out by use of un-optimized tools for the electrical design.
The best approach we have found working with various partners is to ensure the use of best in class tools immaterial of discipline, while ensuring the tools have cross-platform collaboration capabilities. Intelligent and purpose built electrical design tools like Zuken E3.series help you maximize the design quality and collaborate with most mechanical design systems.
What you’ll learn:
- The best practices for collaborating with MCAD
- How can Zuken E3.series help?
- The distinction between MCAD and ECAD functions in a collaborative design environment
- How to break down your process into simple and effective steps with realistic goals
Who should attend:
- MCAD designers
- System engineers
- Harness manufacturers and designers
- Technical and electrical design managers
- Engineering managers
- Product managers
- Quality assurance and testing engineers and managers, etc.
Sanu Warrier has been a product leader in the Electrical industry working with multiple solutions over the last decade. He has been helping customers find effective solutions to their design challenges, drawing from R&D experience in software, hardware and solutions development. He is a self-professed foody and loves to dabble in gastronomic alchemy as often as possible. The main focus for Sanu continues to be Eliminating inefficiencies, improving design processes and reducing costs to improve your competitive advantage.