Siemens software solutions provide significant value for automotive manufacturers and suppliers looking to develop cutting-edge E/E (Electrical/Electronic) systems for software-defined vehicles (SDV). Our solutions enable the design, development, and test these systems more efficiently and effectively in a virtual environment, reducing the time and cost associated with traditional development methods.
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A software-defined vehicle is a vehicle that uses software to control most of its functionality, from engine performance to safety systems. These vehicles are becoming increasingly important as automakers look to improve vehicle performance, reduce emissions, and develop autonomous driving technologies.
Siemens software solutions provide a comprehensive set of tools and features that enable the efficient development and testing of complex E/E systems, reducing the time and costs associated with traditional development methods.
Siemens software solutions provide features such as Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), integrated design and validation, real-time systems simulation, open architecture and collaboration, and end-to-end testing, enabling automakers to design, develop, and E/E systems more efficiently and effectively.
Yes, Siemens software solutions support an open architecture and collaboration with other software and hardware solutions, making it easier for automakers to integrate Siemens software into their existing E/E systems development workflows.
Siemens software solutions enable automakers to optimize the design of E/E systems for safety, reliability, and performance. The software allows for virtual testing and validation of components and systems, which enables engineers to identify issues early in the development process, reducing the need for physical prototypes and costly rework.