Webinar: Transitioning from Architecture Design to Detailed Design
Most design teams struggle within the product development lifecycle during the process of moving from high-level architectural design into low-level detail design. Often much effort is spent creating and validating the product architecture, only to then have to re-enter all of the logical, physical and parametric information during the transition to detailed design. This re-entering of information is not only cumbersome but it is of course also error prone.
In this webinar we will examine how Zuken’s System Planner tool can facilitate a new product’s transition from high-level architectural design into low-level detail design. Specifically we will demonstrate the seamless transition of the logical design to the schematic capture tool and the 2D floor planning information to the PCB design tool. In both cases the elimination of the need to re-enter critical design data will help your design team reduce cycle time and mitigate data re-entry errors.
What you will learn
- Creating a logical design and then seamlessly transitioning that information to schematic capture
- Creating a 2D floor planning design and then seamlessly transitioning that information to PCB design
- Management of logical and physical design data across multiple domains
- How to use 2D floor planning data to facilitate 3D space analysis
Who should attend
System architects and electrical engineers, hardware engineers and design engineers.
Senior Application Engineer, Zuken USA, Inc.
Craig focuses on working with customers to deliver and implement solutions that provide Process Improvements and drive the utilization of Best Practices. He has a wealth of PCB Design and Engineering experience. Craig has held Application Support and Management positions with several major telecommunication companies. He holds Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology and Master of Business Administration degrees.