Enabling Smarter, Safer Vehicles
Driverless, connected cars are ushering in a new era of travel that is efficient, affordable, clean and green. Experts predict these systems will transform travel in the years to come and shape the future of mobility, smart cities, and interactive communities.
Working towards these priorities, new vehicle innovators and OEM leaders alike have discovered that by connecting internal disciplines on a unified collaborative platform, they are pulling ahead of the competition, driving down costs and designing smarter, safer and always connected vehicles.
Design, Validate, Deliver the Smarter Vehicles
The soul of tomorrow’s vehicle innovation originates from an intelligent core of embedded systems and electronics. But while advancing smarter vehicles, innovators must also manage complexity, optimize performance, and ensure vehicle safety.
The 3DEXPERIENCE® platform delivers innovative applications that support end
-to-end digital continuity between the multiple disciplines involved in conceptual design, embedded systems and software development of the intelligent car. Carmakers can address vehicle development using a systems engineering approach to manage the complex tasks for making cars smarter, safer and higher performance.
Driving future success
Aberdeen Group’s Reid Paquin and Tracy Woo, authors of the white paper ‘Top Trends Driving Product Success in the Automotive Industry’, explain how the adoption of specialized digital platforms to maintain BOM accuracy, manage change, and improve the configuration and requirements process, has already helped top performing companies ascend above their peers.
“Leaders use an organized, systematic approach that monitors and manages change processes across the enterprise. Leaders start by being 46% more likely than their peers to automate or digitize their change management process,” they write.
“Automation is critical to successful change management as it eliminates inefficient manual processes that add latency. It also provides a single process that can support change across product planning, engineering, manufacturing, and the supply chain.”