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Capital’s role within the Siemens Xcelerator portfolio
Through our webinar, learn how to drive enterprise-level productivity and innovation by digitalizing your approach to Electrical and Electronic (E/E) systems development. By armoring up with a solution like Capital and its integrations (Teamcenter, NX, Polarion), engineers can capitalize on three key elements (systems, software, and electrical) to sift through E/E architecture design complexity and manage their product lifecycle end-to-end. Gain a new holistic engineering approach to electrical product complexity and development while discovering how to improve design reuse, data quality, machine reliability, and process traceability.
Teamcenter: integrating electrical computer aided design with product lifecycle management
For holistic product development that drives greater efficiency and productivity, consider integrating the Capital and Teamcenter software systems. Through this integration, engineers gain an embedded active workspace where departments can cross-collaborate on the holistic engineering of E/E systems. For example, a blended Capital-Teamcenter software provides electrical engineers with easy access to enterprise data, direct visibility into tasks and extended design information to ensure processes are followed. They are also provided with requirements integration, product configuration integrations, BOM design and publication options, lifecycle management procedures and much more.
NX: integrating electrical computer aided design with mechanical computer aided design
Reduce wire harness delivery time by breaking down siloes between electrical computer aided design and mechanical computer aided design. Our Capital and NX software integration drives a holistic design approach between disciplines. While mechanical engineers design physical wire harnesses in NX, electrical engineers concurrently develop E/E systems in Capital. Through this connected engineering process, organizations increase visibility into the holistic design process, reduce the number of design change approvals and ensure greater precision between mechanical and electrical functions.
Polarion: integrating electrical computer aided design with model-based systems engineering
Take control of your electrical and IT/applications infrastructure with Capital-Polarion integration. While Capital provides the foundation for developing E/E architecture, Polarion is a model-based system engineering tool where engineers develop their own IT applications to manage the product development process. When Capital and Polarion are synchronized, engineers gain a holistic approach to creating digital applications that manage the E/E development and overall engineering process. The Capital-Polarion integration uses an active, embedded workspace, helping designers immediately locate requirements, tasks and other fundamental work items.