Systems engineering and systems design might sound fascinating to someone interested in the area of technology and building, making, developing, and organising things.
But even to understand what the terms mean, from a beginner’s or outsider’s point of view, can be difficult.
And to summarise them probably wouldn’t explain things adequately because they really sound like a big jobs, involving a large number of tasks across many different disciplines and departments.
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Teradyne, the industrial giant which owns Universal Robots, has standardized its simulation tasks using technology from Cadence Design Systems.
Teradyne’s standardization uses Cadence’s Xcelium Parallel Logic Simulator, which is claimed will accelerate the development of application-specific integrated circuits.
Teradyne uses ASICs for delivery of its automation equipment for test and industrial applications. Continue reading Systems design: Teradyne standardizes simulation tasks using Cadence technology