MBSE - Model Based Systems Engineering
Up-front design planning for tomorrow's complex designs
Product complexity is driving the need for better product requirement and hardware architecture definition in the form of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). The product development process is evolving to include MBSE and architecture optimization, as well as detailed design. Bridging these different design phases without data re-entry is the ultimate aim.
From architecture optimization to MBSE
With CR-8000 System Planner, Zuken has paved the way for architecture optimization that bridges the way to detailed design, and MBSE is the next step. This is why we are actively working on MBSE integration with our electrical and electronic product families.
Wire harness design and optimization in 3D
Optimizing wire harness designs to meet targeted weight and cost objectives is a complex and challenging task. One of the most time consuming aspects is the consolidation of different data sources and inputs into one consistent representation. With E3.Wiring System Lab, Zuken has developed a next generation solution that consolidates data from heterogeneous sources into a consistent topology structure that can be accessed and manipulated directly in a 3D environment.
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Model-Based Systems Engineering has met a growing interest over recent years and is often seen as a method to resolve system complexity and shave off a significant time of the product development process. The growing complexity of cyber-physical systems in modern machinery and equipment has fueled its adoption across a variety of industries. In this blog, you'll learn everything you need to consider before deciding on implementing MBSE.
In this week’s blog post we’re sharing an exciting sneak peek of the 2021 R2 release of GENESYS, the latest version of our model-based systems engineering development platform, including a new language option and an extended API.
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This webinar will discuss the challenges and best practices of creating a MBSE model for the purpose of wire harness and Electronic Control Units (ECU’s) implementation.
As digital engineering changes the way we live and work, systems engineers are turning to model-based engineering software to help them navigate the complexity. GENESYS—an enormously powerful model-based systems engineering tool—addresses our 21st-century challenges with an underlying systems metamodel..
This webinar will discuss the relationship between systems engineering, digital engineering, and MBSE in creating the framework we need to deliver complex products.
System Planner provides a system-level design environment for the architectural planning and optimization of electronic systems and products.
E3.WiringSystemLab enables the optimization of wire harnesses with an unprecedented degree of speed and accuracy. With these capabilities, it generates substantial benefits across a wide spectrum of applications in the automotive and transportation industry.