August 4, 11:00 AM CT
Presenter: Bob Potock, Zuken USA
Bob Potock is the Vice President of Marketing for Zuken USA and is passionate about Zuken’s leadership role in Digital Engineering. Bob develops new solutions to address today’s growing product complexity that include expanding the partner ecosystem and the adoption of Digital Engineering methodologies. Bob lives in Colorado and enjoys hiking, fishing, golfing, and time in the mountains.
As Digital Engineering continues to gain awareness, many companies are investigating what a move to Digital Engineering would entail. Without a doubt, the adoption of Digital Engineering methods will be profound and will impact process, education, and culture. But the benefits can be substantial.
Zuken set out to develop a Digital Engineering process for electrical and electronic design about 18 months ago. Our goal was to make the switch evolutionary and not revolutionary. The result is a design process that maintains model connectivity.
This session will explore some of the pitfalls in a poor Digital Engineering implementation followed by Zuken’s approach and the associated benefits. If your company is considering, investigating, or has deployed a Digital Engineering environment, this session is for you.
What Will You Learn
• Where to look for the biggest model-based design process gap.
• Why a connected product model is so important.
• What a design envelope is.
• What model-implementation divergence is.
• How to keep the product model relevant throughout the product lifecycle.