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Digital transformation: How Siemens EDA helps you engineer a smarter future faster

We are living in an age of ever-accelerating digital innovation, where worldwide knowledge, commerce and communication are broadly accessible and literally at our fingertips. Over the past six decades, thousands of companies in the tech sector have worked diligently to bring new, ever-more sophisticated electronic innovations to market daily, culminating in today’s age of digitalization, which is rapidly changing how we live, travel, conduct business and communicate. This pace of digital transformation will accelerate even more rapidly as more companies begin to incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) into their systems to leverage and even monetize the exponentially increasing amount of data produced by seemingly “everything digital.”
We are living in an age of ever-accelerating digital innovation, where worldwide knowledge, commerce and communication are broadly accessible and literally at our fingertips. Over the past six decades, thousands of companies in the tech sector have worked diligently to bring new, ever-more sophisticated electronic innovations to market daily, culminating in today’s age of digitalization, which is rapidly changing how we live, travel, conduct business and communicate. This pace of digital transformation will accelerate even more rapidly as more companies begin to incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) into their systems to leverage and even monetize the exponentially increasing amount of data produced by seemingly “everything digital.” Siemens EDA is dedicated to helping more companies advance in their digital transformation and engineer a smarter future faster. Digital Technology The realities of the COVID-19 pandemic have laid bare the frailties of businesses that do not have a robust digital presence or that partner with companies and manufacturers that are not digitally robust. The disruption the pandemic created have made evident the value and even necessity of investment in new digital transformation technologies. With the 2017 acquisition of Mentor Graphics by Siemens AG’s PLM (product lifecycle management) business, the newly formed Siemens Digital Industries Software (Siemens PLM plus Siemens EDA) became the first tech company to tear down the barriers between engineering disciplines to facilitate the design of entire digital ecosystems. Siemens recognized that to develop tomorrow’s digital innovations more rapidly, the most successful companies and their suppliers either have adopted or are in the process of adopting a system of systems mindset, in which “the system” is no longer just the IP core your team is developing, or the IC, PCB, the embedded software, the ECU, or even automobile your team is developing. Rather it is all those electrical, software and mechanical systems and the network connecting all those systems integrated into smart business environments, smart factories, smart infrastructure and smart cities – it is the whole ecosystem your enterprise or your customers’ enterprises are building To deliver optimal, safe, secure and truly innovative products to market requires not only designing, verification/validation and testing the functionality of each of these systems individually but also testing them running together virtually in the context of the end-system or entire ecosystem before committing to manufacturing. And after manufacturing, the data from the design end product running in the field and the manufacturing processes can be analyzed to ensure safety, build better next-generation products, and optimize manufacturing and business processes. Mirroring what is happening with customers, Siemens, with its Xcelerator portfolio, is also adopting a system-of-systems mindset by building the industry’s most compressive, integrated product design ecosystem to enable more companies to design with the end-system/ecosystem in mind and deliver tomorrow’s innovations to market today Siemens’ acquired Mentor to help its customers make their digital transformation faster. Siemens’ acquisition of Mentor came at a time when a growing number of the largest and most successful systems and ecosystems customers – many of which were already customers of Siemens PLM software – started to bring not only electrical system development but even chip development in house. Link to whitepaper

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