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Adding Intelligence to Electronic Product Lifecycle using Requirements management
April 28 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am PDT
This Webinar will cover a methodology that can be easily integrated into the system design and systems engineering process. VisualSim Insight Engine provides an intelligent way to connect the Requirements to system specification by running Monte Carlo simulation to detect the quality, efficiency, reliability and compliance to the Requirements. You can identify areas of improvement, detect bottlenecks and also determine the expected behavior when the system is integrated. Unlike current solutions that treat Requirements as a document, this dynamic solution tracks the system behavior through the design process and ensure the results are adhering to the Requirements.
During this Webinar, we will cover the translation of Requirements into system logic for use in systems engineering simulation, setup the Requirements for a system, semiconductor or network, visualize the comparison and reports, and make decisions. We will use an automotive, processor and a radar signal processing system as examples to illustrate the benefits.
1. Do you have formal Requirements program?
2. Would you like to integrate Requirements into the product design flow?
3. Do you want to optimize the system specification to meet and not over/under design?
4. Are you trying to simulate your SysML specification to meet performance and power goals?
Deepak Shankar is the Founder of Mirabilis Design and has been involved in the Requirements simulation, systems engineering and architecture exploration of processors, avionics, network gateways,. Mr. Shankar started Mirabilis Design because of a vacuum in the integration of requirements into systems engineering and modeling. Deepak has published over 50 articles and presented at over 30 conferences in EDA, semiconductors and embedded computing. Mr. Shankar has an MBA from UC Berkeley, MS in from Clemson University and BS from Coimbatore Institute of Technology, both in Electronics and Communication.