|Date||8th Dec. 2020|
|Time||10 a.m. CET|
Systems Engineering | Traceability | Smart Engineering | Digital Twin | Digital Thread | Data Silos | Vehicle Development | Engineering |Data Linking | Knowledge Graph
Together with our partner T-Systems, we discuss the future of integrated vehicle development. Especially the automotive industry is facing major challenges. As a solution provider of vehicles, and increasingly of mobility services, OEMs and suppliers are transforming themselves into an integral part of mobile ecosystems.
Future topics such as C.A.S.E., high safety requirements, regulatory constraints and new players are posing additional challenges for manufacturers, and of course their suppliers. The "product car" is evolving into a complex, integrative technical "system" consisting of mechanics, electrics/electronics and software. Consequently, automobile manufacturers are changing into players in the integrated system of complex systems.
A continuous availability of information for a smooth collaboration along the entire product life cycle is therefore indispensable. Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is a promising, interdisciplinary and collaborative approach here. Unfortunately, existing IT landscapes do not support this approach sufficiently. Data linking helps to break down silos and ensure the required information consistency and traceability.
Together with our partner T-Systems, we explain how you can use industrial knowledge graphs to automatically link your product data throughout the entire product lifecycle in the form of digital twins and use them for engineering purposes. Make complexity manageable!
You cannot attend the online seminar, but you are interested in the topic? No problem. All registered participants will receive the recording afterwards.
Please note that the seminar willl be held in German. Of course we are plenty capable to answer your questions in English, so please drop us a line. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
- Steffen Maier, Portfolio & Partner Manager PLM, T-Systems
- Sebastian Dörr, Vice President Sales, CONWEAVER