Boeing has entered into an agreement to expand its use of Siemens‘ Mentor Graphics software. The long-term agreement provides Siemens technology in the areas of electrical systems design, electronic products design and mechanical analysis.
Focusing on technologies from Siemens’ Mentor Graphics acquisition, Boeing will standardise on a common, company-wide platform for semiconductor design and verification, printed wire board design and manufacture, electrical system design and manufacture (including wire harness) and thermal and fluid analysis of mechanical designs.
“Our partnership with the Siemens-Mentor team will combine best-in-class electrical design tools with Boeing’s vast experience and knowledge in our 2CES transformation of electrical design,” said John Harnagel, Engineering Director, Boeing Defense and Space.
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