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Reform of decision-making process by model-based engineering (MBE)

September 15, 2020 @ 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

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Online-2020/09/15
2 :00-3 :30 Japan

Overview

PCB WEEK 2020 targets engineers and managers involved in PCB development with the latest technology trends in DDRx and SerDes and the latest solutions advocated by Mentor from the perspective of model-based engineering and the digital twin that realizes them. I will introduce.

This webinar is the first (Day 1) of the ” PCB Week 2020 ” series, and the keynote speech is “Model-based engineering (MBE) reforming decision-making process” and the technical session “Electrical circuit board design and analysis Introducing “MBE Usage Guidelines”.

Reform decision-making process through model-based engineering

What is the value of the model-based engineering (MBE) process? In order to make decisions based on data, we need data to know what the current situation is, but taking data after it happens in the real world is a slow process. The essence of MBE is to collect data on what can happen through simulation with digital twins and make decisions before it actually happens. In this session, we will discuss the direction of various tools in anticipation of the new normal after COVID-19, as well as what is necessary to realize the digital twin.

MBE utilization guidelines in electric circuit board design and analysis

In order to survive the after-corona business, it is increasingly required to improve the design efficiency speed and quality using the digital twin environment. In order to realize this, it is indispensable to promote model distribution between companies, which has been difficult until now, and to revolutionize the model-based verification environment between different domains with the establishment of guidelines for model operation of electric circuit components. In this session, we will introduce the model collaboration and analysis tool collaboration required for MBE, as well as the latest information on the analysis environment by Siemens and mentors.

 

ABOUT PRESENTERS

Ishikawa MinoruMinoru Ishikawa joined Mentor, a Siemens Business in 2006 and is currently the Market Development Manager for the Electronic Board Systems Division in Colorado, USA. Prior to joining Mentor, he worked for Sony Corporation for 16 years, leading EMC and SI analysis. Tohoku University Graduate School of Engineering Master’s Program in Electronic Engineering Completed.

Ueda MasaoMasao Ueda joined Mentor, a Siemens Business in 2000, and worked as an application engineer for all analog and digital simulation environments for IC design, providing electrical, mechanical modeling development support and solutions including VHDL-AMS. I have provided.

Currently, as a technical sales of Xpedition AMS for PCB design and development, SystemVision Cloud, I am engaged in the customer’s MBSE environment construction support, I am participating in the MBD promotion committee as an automobile engineering association (JSAE) observer and I am trying to promote model distribution ..

Prior to joining Mentor, he was in charge of RISC chip development work, in-house CAD, CAE system development and operation at Alps Electric Co., Ltd. Graduated from Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Osaka Institute of Technology.

Target students

  • PCB design team manager
  • Project manager
  • Engineering manager
  • PCB design manager
  • PCB/system designer
  • Electrician
  • System designers and integrators
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