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Siemens to help Japanese electric vehicle systems provider enhance electrical design software

Siemens to help Japanese electric vehicle systems provider enhance electrical design software

April 16, 2019 - Siemens announced that Japanese electric vehicle (EV) systems provider PUES Corporation has selected Capital electrical design software from Mentor, a Siemens business, to help the development of next-generation automotive electrical/electronic (E/E) systems. PUES is an EV systems pioneer with a 30-year track record of helping car manufacturers and their suppliers integrate advanced technologies into their products.

PUES turned to Siemens’ Capital software after years of using discrete point solutions across multiple engineering domains. These legacy tools were ultimately overwhelmed by complex E/E challenges resulting from automated driving requirements, global emissions regulations and market pressure to reduce costs.

The latest in a series of products from Mentor to join Siemens’ expanding software portfolio, the Capital suite provides PUES with a unified platform delivering design automation and design change management across multiple E/E domains. PUES uses Capital for an array of tasks including E/E system architecture definition, electrical system and wire harness design, configuration and change management, as well as functional verification and manufacturing process generation.

Developed particularly for transportation applications, Siemens’ Capital software spans an extended flow from concept and electrical architecture definition to wire harness design, manufacture and vehicle maintenance. Combining design automation and modern enterprise integration capabilities, the software creates digital continuity within the electrical domain. Capital tools can be implemented individually or deployed together in a unified flow that seamlessly matures data within a consistent environment. Integration with adjacent domains (such as requirements management, mechanical CAD and PLM) is fully supported, as is cross-organizational collaboration.

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