White Paper: Defense
Applying Multi-Discipline Collaboration (ECAD/MCAD) to Reduce Program Risk
Technological advancements and new market demands have contributed to the exponential rise in the complexity of aircraft designs over the last decade.
In this paper, we show how an efficient and automated ECAD-MCAD co-design process leads to increased productivity while ensuring a robust design and reducing the cost of quality.
Aerospace mechanical and electrical designers are now able to synchronize their data more efficiently and collaborate more effectively on critical design items, thereby ensuring proper implementation of design intent.
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