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Why are FPGAs Perfect for Virtual Reality Applications?februari 24, 2021
FPGAs are beloved. They have offered astonishingly effective solutions for very complex test scenarios. This is courtesy of their flexibility, their lower cost, and their incredible parallelism. These attributes make them an ideal platform for virtual reality (VR) applications. Read more
The role of MBSE in the Digital Transformation of Electrical and Electronic Engineeringfebruari 13, 2021
Digital Transformation is a trend that has seen growing momentum over the last decade. Today, it is adapted more and more in all areas of economy, state, society, and everyday life, and due to the current Covid-19 situation, it is experiencing a massive boost. It is therefore worthwhile to take a deeper look to understand its potential impact on the methods and processes in electrical and electronic engineering. Read more
Zuken announces E3.series with flexible time limited licensing optionsdecember 11, 2020
E3.series 365 provides time-based licensing models for time-critical engineering projects in a locally distributed work environment. Read more
How to create customised circuit diagramsnovember 28, 2020
In the light of recent digitisation initiatives, circuit documentation has also come up for discussion. Specifically, the question arose as to whether or not a separation between circuit definition and visualization would make sense. In other words: wouldn’t it be a great idea to store electrical data as a digital model, and to display it in a way that is suitable for each target group? Read more
Making Systems Engineering Work for Your Companyoktober 9, 2020
Your systems engineers are experts in their domain. They provide a unique skill set that is hard to find in the industry. It often takes years of experience to refine and hone their capabilities. Doing systems work is not easy. And systems practices can make a tangible difference. Read more
ONTEC uses CR-8000 to develop a next-generation product in less time despite rigorous design constraintsaugustus 14, 2020
ONTEC faced a difficult challenge: develop a multimedia broadcasting product while complying with a customer’s electromagnetic interference requirements, all within a tight development schedule. ONTEC used Zuken’s CR-8000 with Keysight’s ADS (including SiPro) to meet the requirements of the challenge. Read more
Using Simulation-Driven Design to Power Digital Engineeringjuli 25, 2020
Customer demands and marketplace competition are placing engineers under mounting time pressures. An organization’s development schedules must shorten to keep pace with the industry and the wider market. Many established digital tools are now available to accelerate development lifecycles. Simulation is one of them. Engineers use digital simulation-driven design to expedite innovation and move product development forward. Read more
Key Development Themes of advanced 3D multi-board EDA environmentjuli 11, 2020
Zuken reveals details of release 2020 of its advanced 3D multi-board EDA environment CR-8000. Key development themes for CR-8000 2020 are shown via this link
Zuken unveils details of its latest advanced 3D multi-board electronic design environmentjuli 2, 2020
Zuken announces the CR-8000 2020 release of its advanced 3D multi-board EDA environment. The latest release was developed in close collaboration with Zuken’s global customers in business sectors, including electronics, high tech, automation, automotive, aerospace, and defense. Read more
Will my E3.series library work with my PDM?juni 16, 2020
Zuken has available adapters to work with PDM/PLM software applications like SAP, Teamcenter, and Windchill. This creates a connection for both E3.series project and library data to the third-party PDM applications. Read more
Digital Transformation for Product Developmentjuni 10, 2020
Manufacturing wants to leap into the world of the Jetsons. But there is one small problem: every time leadership consults a compass, it shows a different way forward. At first, there was digital automation, which was soon replaced by digitization. Then—to the horror of spell checkers everywhere—digitization transformed into digitalization. Now the compass is pointing toward digital transformation for product development. Read more
Free PCB Design Software – CADSTAR Expressmei 29, 2020
Zuken’s free PCB Design Software, CADSTAR Express, provides a quick and easy way for you to experience the basic features of our standard single-board PCB design software solution, CADSTAR. It includes all the core functionality of CADSTAR 2019, limited to 300 pins and 50 components, plus the opportunity to experience Zuken’s place and route editor tool P.R.Editor XR 2000. Read more
Electrical Design Validation Using E3.eCheckmaart 12, 2020
One of the fundamental requirements of an effective design process is its ability to produce high-quality products with the least input and overhead. A process without a robust in-design error and functional analysis will inevitably face quality and reliability challenges. The most successful product design teams in electrical or any other design stream all have a rigorous design validation process. Read more
3D Multi-Board PCB Design Softwarejanuari 28, 2020
Design Force combines traditional 2D design with native 3D design and the latest human interface techniques, accelerated graphics and almost instantaneous rendering and refreshing. It is the fastest, most effective PCB design solution available today. Read more
Wired for Duty, OTSAW’s Autonomous Security Robots are Serving and Protectingnovember 15, 2019
OTSAW, which is Hebrew for ‘house of treasures’, uses Zuken’s E3.series for the electrical design for its robots; from initial concept through to the creation of detailed schematics and bills of materials needed for the manufacture of the wiring harnesses. Read more
Be First to Market with DDR5!november 2, 2019
Double Data Rate 5 (DDR5) is the next-generation standard for random-access memory (RAM). The new specification promises to bring chips that have much higher performance than the existing DDR4 modules, as well as lower power consumption. Let us show you how you can be first to market with DDR5! Read more
Five Ground-breaking uses of AI in the Last Five Yearsoktober 10, 2019
Although we’re still a long way from General Artificial Intelligence, machines have become very good at some tasks. Here are five uses of AI that have become prominent in the last five years. Read more
Next Generation Additive Manufacturingoktober 3, 2019
The arrival and evolution of additive manufacturing in the mechanical world is something that people are now familiar with. The fact that it is beginning to have a similar impact in other domains of application such as medical and electrical functionality is now becoming more obvious. Read more
Zuken Completes Vitech Corporation Acquisitionaugustus 19, 2019
“The acquisition of Vitech advances Zuken’s strategy to become a leader in digital engineering solutions,” said Jinya Katsube, Chief Operating Officer at Zuken, Inc. “Zuken is now uniquely positioned with solutions in both systems engineering and detailed design to take a leadership role in the development of electrical and electronic model-based design practices from product definition to manufacturing.” Read more
Exploring Add-on Tools in E3.series – Part 2juli 20, 2019
Time is money in the engineering world. Every step in the design process is under increased scrutiny to reduce cycle time while maintaining accuracy while projects grow more complex by the minute. The E3.series software suite offers a number of add-on tools that will increase productivity by facilitating or automating common processes and by offering more intuitive interfaces for design environments. Read more
Exploring Add-on Tools in E3.series – Part 1juni 21, 2019
In the future, designers will process the entire workflow for developing a product using various software tools. There doesn’t appear to be a comprehensive tool that will cover all requirements of the different disciplines with all their specialties. Considering the rising number of smart tools across the board – cross functionality is a growing challenge that is bound to get increasingly difficult to resolve. To maintain a best-in-class solution, the connection between these tools is paramount to success. Read more
Shorter Design Cycles with Better ECAD-MCAD Collaborationmei 11, 2019
Every day, more and more of our lives become connected with IoT technology. With billions of smart products already out there, the demand for this technology shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Even with increasing demand, executives are asking engineers to develop products on shorter and shorter design cycles. One area for improvement is a collaboration between electrical and mechanical engineers during the board development process. Read more
Zuken introduces new solution for 3D harness design optimizationmaart 2, 2019
Zuken introduces E3.WiringSystemLab, a new software solution that enables the optimization of complex wire harness designs based on inputs from heterogeneous sources. The product can import connectivity information from a broad range of sources and consolidates them with 3D topology data. The resulting 3D topology can be evaluated and optimized in a consistent 3D environment that has been designed to support the needs of casual users without requiring specialized training. Specialized functionality tailored specifically to topology exploration provides. Read more
Tech Tip: Routing a PCB design in a native 3D Toolmaart 1, 2019
PCB design tools were built on 2D software methods in the 1980s. Many of today’s design tools still use that 2D code base. Mechanical tools have moved on to native 3D design. PCB has been stuck more or less in the 2D world. Extensions to the 2D code base made 2.5D and 3D visualization possible. But designing in 3D requires the tool to be built on a 3D kernel. Article
Zuken to Acquire Vitech Corporationfebruari 1, 2019
Westford, MA, USA – Zuken Inc (6947:TYO) today announced an agreement to purchase Vitech Corporation for an undisclosed amount. Vitech is a global solutions company based in Blacksburg, VA, United States, specializing in systems engineering, with products and services directed at the Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) market. Read more
Volt Air: Why Electric Flight Will be on Fast Charge This Yearjanuari 19, 2019
For me nothing bridges the gap between the present and the future more than electric flight. I’ve spent my whole career in the electronics industry and this sector captures my imagination more than any other. These are particularly exciting times for the aerospace industry because, not only is interest in electric flight on fast charge but, with developments in AI, there’s also talk of pilotless flight. Here are some sector updates that have caught my attention in the past few months… Read more
Curved Trunking: New SI Routing Feature for Differential Pairs and Busses in CADSTARjanuari 4, 2019
PCB designers working with advanced and complex designs are constantly pushing the boundaries to satisfy the signal integrity of routed differential pairs and busses. Those who work with flexible and flex-rigid PCB designs are perhaps the most demanding of all. Read more
Zuken, CADENAS and ECAD-Port announce component library cooperationnovember 21, 2018
Zuken has signed a partnership agreement with CADENAS, a leading provider of online component libraries, and ECAD-Port, a specialized provider for electrical components library services. Read more
Zuken’s E3.series Selected for ACCEL All-Electric Flight Research Initiativeoktober 17, 2018
UK-based Electroflight has recently selected E3.series, Zuken’s electrical and fluid engineering solution. Specialists in high performance electric powertrains, Electroflight is using E3.series to design, build, test and commercialize an all-electric aircraft – all within a 24-month timeframe – as part of the Accelerating the Electrification of Flight (ACCEL) research initiative. Read more
IoT Enables Connected Designseptember 27, 2018
Using feedback from products in the field to continuously improve design modules used as the basis for product development can increase product performance and reliability and reduce development time.
OEMs have made enormous strides in feeding back information from the manufacturing process into design to increase process yields. Metrics important to customers such as performance, reliability and usability would be much more useful inputs to the design process, but traditionally they have been much more difficult to obtain. Now Internet of Things platforms can collect and analyze this information and modular design systems can present it to designers in context. Read more [source: eetimes.com]
Metal Additive Helps Overcome Tough Electronics Cooling Challengeseptember 15, 2018
Man-carried military communication systems often consume large amounts of power. The heat must be removed from the electronics package to avoid frying sensitive electronic components. The package typically is designed to be carried in a backpack which often puts difficult constraints on the form factor and weight of the system. A military system integrator approached Additive Design Consultancy with the challenge of providing a thermal management solution for a 14 by 10 by 5 inch system. Read more
Zuken and Polar Instruments Collaborate to Achieve Design Consistency from Prototype to Volume Productionaugustus 24, 2018
Zuken CR-8000 Design Force Now Connects with Polar Speedstack PCB Stackup / ECAD Interface Read more
Developing an Integrated Electronics Manufacturing Processaugustus 18, 2018
The silicon brains of today’s warfighters are just as complex as their alloy exteriors, requiring engineers like those at Lockheed Martin to have mastery of not only aeronautics and flight, but also advanced computing and electronics. Read more
Technological Advancements Transform Space into a Broader Information Enterpriseaugustus 4, 2018
The space industry is engaged in a remarkable technological transformation from primarily government-driven stand-alone projects to a private industry-driven supply chain collaborating to create exciting new services for businesses and consumers. The key technology trends that are driving the new space industry are recyclable and smaller launch vehicles that are reducing the cost of putting satellites into orbit. Another key trend is smaller satellites, weighing from less than one to a few hundred pounds, that lower the barrier to entry for new space applications. Read more
Zuken Addresses Complexity Challenge with E3.series 2018juli 24, 2018
The latest release of Zuken’s electrical and fluid engineering solution, E3.series, addresses the challenge of growing complexity within today’s products and processes. Key enhancements lie in the areas of topology planning, modularity support and variant handling, which are designed to support the requirements of manufacturing companies using modular product design to control complexity. Read further
How to Handle 300 Miles of Electrical Wiringjuli 10, 2018
Aircraft electrical design projects tend to be very large and extremely complex. The challenges associated with managing the sheer number of wires (required for avionics systems, engines, sensors, in-flight-entertainment etc.) is frequently compounded by the distances some signals must travel within the airframe, passing through several harnesses on route. For example, an Airbus A380 – with its wingspan of almost 80m and a nose-to-tail length of almost 73m – allegedly has around 480km (300 miles) of wiring. Read more
Zuken Enables 3D, Barrier-free Collaboration Between Automotive OEMs and Harness Suppliersjuni 21, 2018
Zuken’s wire harness visualization and analysis software, E3.HarnessAnalyzer, has been enhanced and extended to support the latest industry standard data formats, visualize harness data in 3D, and automatically compile schematic drawings for the displayed modules.
With these capabilities, E3.HarnessAnalyzer enables OEMs and suppliers to open, inspect and collaborate on previously proprietary harness design data generated by different authoring tools used in the industry.
Tech Tip: CR-8000 Design Force 2018 Reinforce Via Functionalityjuni 13, 2018
Tech Tip: Use ‘Generate Bump Line’ in Design Force to Match Lengths of Positive & Negative Tracksmei 31, 2018
In CR-8000 Design Force, the Generate Bump utility allows the designer to add a bump line either single or sequentially to a differential pair route. Bump line size, style and space can be set in the dialog. Accurate length differences can be seen in the Constraint Browser during this process.
Why Are Automotive Wiring Systems Experts Getting Excited about the Digital Twin?april 14, 2018
While the concept of a digital twin has been around since the early 2000s, it’s only thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT) that its time has come. It was recently named one of Gartner’s Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2018.
Simply speaking, a digital twin is a virtual model of a process or product, which is paired to the physical world. This approach allows the analysis of data and creates a wide range of new technical and commercial opportunities.
Controlling the Release Points for Your PLM/PDM Systemapril 5, 2018
There is one thing that all design engineers will agree on: creating and gathering all the required data for PLM is error-prone and can be a royal pain. We all understand the value of releasing our design data to the corporate PLM system but our design process dictates multiple release points, and each one has a different purpose and data requirements.
XJTAG Announces DFT Assistant for Zuken CR-8000 PCB design suitefebruari 23, 2018
Zuken® and XJTAG®, a leader in boundary scan and design for test technology, have released a plugin that will enhance Zuken’s CR-8000 with a design for test (DFT) capability improving test coverage by allowing additional design checks during schematic entry. The capability is based on XJTAG’s DFT Assistant and will be released as a free plugin for Zuken’s CR-8000 Design Gateway users at Embedded World 2018 in Nuremberg, Germany.
Zuken Helps French Automotive and Special Vehicle Supplier Increase Global Turnover while Maintaining Qualityfebruari 14, 2018
Several years ago, automotive supplier EFA France realised they were expanding at a rate beyond which their current electrical design setup could manage. With plans to increase their global turnover, while maintaining the high level of quality in their products that had caused their business to prosper in the first place, they needed a new solution.
Advanced Packaging with Zuken’s CR-8000 Design Forcejanuari 31, 2018
Advanced packaging techniques such as system-in-package (SiP), fan-out wafer-level packaging (FOWLP), 3D die stacks, etc. have been around for over a decade, yet with any other EDA design tool, it is still a tedious, time consuming, and error-prone process to implement these designs. It seems surprising that there are so few reliable EDA solutions out there, but CR-8000 Design Force is definitely the tool to look to when tackling advanced package design! Take a look below and see why.
Four Steps for Avoiding Surprise In-Use Product Failuresjanuari 25, 2018
As we witness the birth of an era of connected devices with smart homes, connected cars and smart networked supply chains and factories, we might imagine that unexpected failures of electronic products would be a rarity. But all too often we hear about cellphones going up in flames, airbags that deploy on their own, or drones falling out of the sky. It is estimated that in the automotive industry alone, global warranties amount to as much as $40 billion USD per year.
Self-Driving Bus is 3D Printed in Only a Few Weeksjanuari 13, 2018
Traditionally, the automobile business spends a year or two designing a new vehicle, then another year or two building tools to produce it in high volumes. Local Motors has turned that paradigm on its head with its Olli, the self-driving, electric shuttle which is designed for use in neighborhoods, universities, corporate campuses, airports, etc. The Olli’s design can be customized to fit a customer’s application. Then the new design can be produced in small quantities with the aid of 3D printing in a few more weeks. Composite body panels are produced from 3D printed thermoforming molds and other 3D printed plastic parts are directly installed in the vehicle. “We believe that 3D printing will revolutionize the automobile industry by making it possible to quickly produce new vehicles to meet special applications and customer tastes,” said Matthew Rivett, Chief Operating Officer of Local Motors.
Tech Tip: Embedding Passive Components in Design Forcedecember 8, 2017
Ethernet Emerges as Communications Platform for Next Generation of Vehiclesnovember 1, 2017
Each new generation of automobiles has an increasing number of electronic systems that require communications with other vehicle systems at ever higher speeds. The proliferation of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) with fully autonomous vehicles on the horizon has greatly increased the amount of bandwidth that must be transferred between the many processors, cameras, radar units, display head units, etc. on current and next-generation vehicles. Today’s high-end vehicles have 70 or more electronic control units (ECUs) that implement hundreds of distributed functions including bandwidth-intensive applications such as collision lane departure warning systems, collision avoidance systems and automatic high-beam switching.
Zuken’s Design Solution for Multi-Board Systemsoktober 28, 2017
Over the course of the past couple of years, I’ve been digging deeper and deeper into system engineering. Very frequently, that means using methodologies to deal with the complexities of designing across multiple engineering disciplines. Yet, that’s not always the case. There are many instances where the complexity of a design is high within a single engineering discipline. That’s certainly true of today’s multi-boards systems and wire harnesses. Read more [source: lifecycleinsights.com]
Things to consider before investing in a new electrical engineering toolseptember 15, 2017
Feeling a bit dazed by the multitude of electrical applications available to you?
With Zuken’s E3.series containing a host of products including E³.schematic, E³.fluid, E³.cable, E³.formboard, E³.panel, E³.RoutingBridge, E³.PLCBridge and E³.Wiring Diagram Generator, you may feel overwhelmed on your first approach. Well, you’ve got nothing to worry about! I’ll walk you though and provide you with a guide to figuring it all out.
CADSTAR Redlining – Design Review and Markupseptember 12, 2017
A Few Thoughts on Avoiding DDR4 Layout Problemsseptember 5, 2017
DDR4, the fourth generation of DDR SDRAM technology, is the latest and greatest SDRAM standard and will continue to be until the fifth generation is released. The new standard features a point-to-point architecture that offers superior timing margins. In theory, this should make signal integrity easier to achieve since the designer has more leeway in routing and length matching of the different bit, clock and address lines, assuming operation at the same data rates. But most real-world designs are going to take advantage of DDR4’s ability to double the maximum rate and in this case routability will actually be considerably more challenging than with DDR3.
The Internet of Things and Modular Designaugustus 18, 2017
The advent of the Internet of Things (IoT) offers the potential to automatically collect detailed performance information from every device in the field at minimal cost. This field performance data can then be crunched to identify design weaknesses and improve product quality. The most powerful way to use this data is to reorganize the design process by basing it on modules that are continuously improved based on performance feedback.
Top 10 Ways to Improve Electrical and Harness Design in the All-New Release of E3.series 2017 – Part 1augustus 8, 2017
Zuken, with its E3.series suite, is leading the way in helping companies manage, design and develop products of tomorrow with electro-mechanical complexities such as panels, harnesses, PLCs, and fluid controls. The 2017 release is here to help you be faster, smarter and more effective in being a part of great electrical revolution taking over the broader society.
The 5 Top Design Issuesaugustus 1, 2017
At this year’s annual conferences (ZIW) across Europe we brought together leading companies in their fields to discuss some the latest electrical and electronic design issues affecting our customers including: ECAD/MCAD integration, PLM integration, augmented reality and PCB package co-design.
Zuken: Innovating Next Generation EDA Softwarejuli 26, 2017
In a world increasingly shaped by rapid progression and global market competition, there has been a call to arms in the fields of electrical engineering and design.
As an industry that’s long been defined by Printed Circuit Board-centered (PCB) processes and strategies, the journey to recovery from inherently flawed designs or oversights on budget can be long and incredibly costly. Lees meer [Bron: techwireasia.com]
Renishaw designs flex PCBs in true 3D with MCAD integration using Zuken’s CR-8000juli 18, 2017
The PCB design team at Renishaw work with flex PCBs and flexi-rigid boards that require detailed signal integrity analysis.
To achieve the most accurate results they are working with Zuken’s electronic PCB design software to visualize boards in 3D using imported MCAD data. This also ensures that sure high-speed digital signals can be transmitted with minimal distortion.
Predictive Failure Analysis Can Improve Product Quality – Part 1 of 2juni 15, 2017
We all know that manufacturing yields and costs are the driving force behind product development, rather than product quality. You can buy a Design for Manufacturing (DFM) tool, but try buying a Design for Quality tool – good luck! The best way of measuring product quality is finding out how your product performs in the hands of the customer. But measuring product performance, and quantifying quality, is difficult at best for most products. The good news is that more and more devices are becoming part of the Internet of Things (IoT), which extends the design team’s visibility beyond manufacturing – and that changes everything.
Is Fan-out Wafer-level Packaging Right for Your Product?april 22, 2017
New CAD tools feature virtual prototyping for evaluating effects of packaging architecture on functionality, cost, weight and size.
Fan-out wafer-level packaging (FO-WLP) technology has picked up considerable momentum since it was selected by Apple for use in the iPhone 7. FO-WLP establishes die-to-die and die-to-ball grid array (BGA) connectivity directly through packaging redistribution layers (RDLs), eliminating the packaging substrate used in more-established flip-chip and wafer-level chip scale packages (WLCSP). Read more [Source: pcdandf.com]
Zuken Partners with Nano Dimension to Develop Seamless Design to Manufacture for 3D Printingapril 8, 2017
Zuken and Nano Dimension are working together to advance the 3D printing user experience and prototype turnaround times. Nano Dimension, a leader in electronic printing technologies, will take advantage of the support for implementing electronic technologies provided by Zuken’s market-leading, native 3D, system-level design solution, CR-8000 Design Force.
Zuken Partners with SamacSys to Offer Rapid Component Creation for Seamless PCB Designjanuari 25, 2017
Zuken has partnered with SamacSys to help companies develop component libraries rapidly, freeing-up time for product innovation.
SamacSys, a leading developer of software tools for creating and managing electronic component ECAD data, has developed a library of free, high-quality PCB symbols and footprints for CADSTAR, Zuken’s desktop PCB design solution. This allows users to search and place components instantly from within CADSTAR, without needing to unzip or load files.
IoT Security – What Does It Mean For Electrical and Electronics Designers?december 24, 2016
In the electronics and electrical engineering design communities there is plenty of talk about IoT, particularly in relation to the opportunities, but arguably the more pressing issue right now is the need to design for security in the connected world. At the core of this is the concept of ‘trust’, consumers/businesses need to trust product manufacturers to deliver reliable robust products with the necessary defences against criminals. Forging ahead without appreciating the vulnerabilities that IoT security poses for individuals and companies seems irresponsible for those involved in the development and manufacture of connected devices. Video
Consistency – The Key to Business Successdecember 1, 2016
Consistency isn’t flashy or bragged about in our age of instant gratification. But it’s exactly what you need to thrive and set yourself apart in competitive business conditions. I caught up with Karl-Heinz Kluwetasch, Owner and Manager Director of CSK, who credits his CADSTAR Distributor of the Year 2015/2016 win to a combination of consistent support, customer contact through roadshows, and superior training all under one roof.
Zuken’s E3.series is Becoming the Tool of Choice for Motorsportnovember 4, 2016
Over the past year Zuken has seen a significant increase in the uptake of its E3.series electrical design tool within the motorsport sector. OEMs and suppliers, such as harness manufacturers, are citing a ripple effect that is causing companies to consider adopting E3.series based on word-of-mouth recommendations about the tool’s flexibility, ease of adoption and increased productivity.
Zuken and Aras Partner to Deliver Ideal EDM/PLM Environmentaugustus 26, 2016
Zuken®, and Aras®, a leader in enterprise Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software, have entered into a partnership to develop a new approach for managing cross-discipline product development processes that include electrical and electronic design data from design creation to manufacturing. The new solution will span enterprise processes across the lifecycle, as well as detailed electrical design and manufacturing.
Kardinal Microsystems Joins Zuken USA Startup Partner Programaugustus 16, 2016
Kardinal Microsystems has joined Zuken USA’s Startup Partner Program aimed at early to mid-stage companies developing electronic-based products. The new program provides access to state-of-the-art PCB and IC packaging development tools, with special terms designed to accommodate the development needs of an early-stage company.
From Zuken Innovation World to the Race Track with Coburg Formula Student Race Teamaugustus 8, 2016
CAT Racing, the Zuken-sponsored Formula Student race team from Germany’s University of Applied Sciences Coburg made a strong appearance both at the ZIW Germany conference where we celebrated our 40th anniversary as a company and – even more important, one week later at the race track in Varano de´ Melegari in Italy, where the team secured a clear win in their class.
Working with the Defense Industry in Poland to Improve Electrical Designjuli 30, 2016
Here in Poland we are currently undergoing a major investment in our own defense capabilities. This may not come as a surprise to people outside of our country, given our geographical position in eastern Europe; not to mention the vast amount of military kit still in use that goes back to the old Soviet days.
Zuken Raises The Bar For ECAD/MCAD and Multi-user Efficiencies With CR-8000juni 7, 2016
Engineers facing extremely tight design cycles will benefit from powerful new multi-user functionality in Zuken’s CR-8000. Concurrent PCB design reduces design time, meaning quicker time-to-market. In addition, a raft of native 3D design enhancements offer more efficient ECAD/MCAD task management and design re-use, plus functionality enabling early validation to reduce iterations and improve design quality.
Zuken Introduces Perfect Springback Routing in CADSTAR 17juni 1, 2016
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Zuken announces industry-leading routing enhancements in the latest version of its CADSTAR desktop PCB design software. Other productivity enhancements include improved routing patterns for differential pairs, and Etch Factor support.
Zuken Comfortable in the Ring with EDA Heavyweightsmei 18, 2016
The most advanced production car in the world, the Tesla, is more a computer than a car. The old heart of the automobile replaced by batteries, chips, circuit boards and wiring. These days, a car will have 70 to 100 electronic control units (ECUs), which are based on microprocessors that sit on boards and boxes scattered throughout the vehicle, all connected with wires. For pure mechanical engineers, who in their heydays were at home among gears, pistons and shafts, life has become more complicated. Read more [Source: engineering.com]
Microsoft Selects Zuken’s DS-2 for Engineering Data Managementmei 10, 2016
Zuken announces that the Microsoft Devices division has selected Zuken’s DS-2 engineering data management solution for library and design data management with supply chain connectivity.
Zuken Conference Transforms PCB Design Landscapemei 4, 2016
CORONADO ISLAND, CA – During the past 35 years, end-to-end design has been a relatively backburner topic, but Zuken has designs on making that a thing of the past.
In doing so, the PCB software developer is attempting to “harness” what many see as today’s Holy Grail of system design.
Of course, if it hadn’t been for the abundant 30-minute technical sessions over the course of two days in mid April, attendees at Zuken Innovation World might be excused for feeling they were on vacation. [Source: pcdandf.com]
Zuken users now have access to more than 7 million symbols, footprints and 3D modelsapril 13, 2016
Zuken’s CR-8000 and CR-5000 PCB design platforms will now offer users access to more than 7 million symbols, footprints and 3D STEP models from Accelerated Designs.
IoT Makes Complex Design Problems Mass Market – Part 2februari 25, 2016
In the first part of this blog series (here), I looked at the explosion in the growth of internet connected technology and wearable devices, and started to look at what kind of design challenges this posed; not just for cutting edge niche products, but mass market general electronics goods.
I started to explore the need to collaborate on a mechanical level; but the level of integration really needed to compete in this space goes far beyond that.
Zuken: Going Meta on Automotive Designjanuari 27, 2016
Things are really heating up in automotive design and innovation. Last week, the Bosch ICCAD keynote about self-driving cars was covered here, and this week it’s Zuken’s latest automotive-related announcement regarding the launch of E3.HarnessAnalyzer and the acquisition of software IP from Intedis.
Zuken USA Expands Operations with CAETEK Inc. Acquisitiondecember 10, 2015
Zuken USA Inc announces the acquisition of CAETEK Inc. CAETEK is a software developer and sales partner for electrical design and manufacturing solutions. The addition of CAETEK will strengthen Zuken USA’s product portfolio and coverage in the electrical design space. CAETEK employees and intellectual property will transition to Zuken USA as part of the acquisition.
Zuken: Going Meta on Automotive Designnovember 26, 2015
Things are really heating up in automotive design and innovation. Last week, the Bosch ICCAD keynote about self-driving cars was covered here, and this week it’s Zuken’s latest automotive-related announcement regarding the launch of E3.HarnessAnalyzer and the acquisition of software IP from Intedis. Read more [souce: EDACafe]