Traditionally, we've developed mechanical, electronic, electrical, software, and control systems separately, using independent models, technologies, and sources of information. The individual designs are then brought together at various development milestones to check for integration. If something doesn't work, all the engineering teams must backtrack and analyze everything that changed from the last milestone to diagnose and correct the error.
To avoid this time-consuming and costly iteration process, automotive manufacturers and suppliers must find a way to bring all disciplines together earlier and keep them together as individual designs change.
With a seamless combination of AI, simulation, the IoT, and model-based systems engineering, Siemens's Continuous Verification and Validation solution merges the physical and the virtual worlds to accelerate development, reduce cost, and improve quality, as well as
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Siemens Continuous Verification and Validation solution is an integrated approach to ensure the quality and safety of automotive products throughout the development lifecycle. It provides software and tools that allow automotive engineers to conduct extensive virtual testing and simulation and to help meet industry standards and regulatory requirements. This capability enables testing of various scenarios and conditions, including extreme and rare situations that might be challenging to replicate in real-world physical testing.
Siemens Continuous Verification and Validation helps identify and rectify issues early in the development process, reducing costs and risks associated with defects found later in the lifecycle. It promotes continuous improvement, faster development cycles, and better compliance with safety standards.
Siemens offers a range of software tools and solutions for Continuous Verification and Validation, including Simcenter Prescan for virtual testing and simulation, Simcenter Testlab for physical testing and data analysis, and various testing and verification modules within the Siemens Teamcenter suite.
Yes, Siemens solutions are designed to be adaptable and can be integrated into existing automotive development processes. It provides interfaces and compatibility with various software development tools and methodologies. It is also designed to scale and adapt to the needs of different automotive projects and organizations, whether it's a small team working on a specific component or a large-scale project involving multiple suppliers.