World-Class Electronic System Design Webinar Series
Simulation-Driven Design for Superior Reliability, Performance, and Time-to-Market
Smart connected devices are everywhere, in our homes, our transportation, and at our work. This means Electronic System Design is having a greater influence on almost every type of product requiring new simulation tools to help achieve electronic, electrical, mechanical, thermal, and connectivity goals. Altair’s simulation-driven design tools enable your team of specialized engineers to collaborate across all aspects of printed circuit board development from concept to manufacturing. See how industry leading organizations streamline their process, eliminate design iterations, and reduce time-to-market.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar series has been designed to address the needs and challenges of engineering managers, Electrical/Electronic Design engineers, Signal/Power Integrity specialist, EMC engineers, Product Engineers, PCB/Layout Designers and PCB Manufacturing engineers.
How to Ensure Electronic System Reliability
Designing a reliable electronic system with minimum iterations is essential. Learn how to use Altair PollEx to review and improve PCB layouts earlier and drive robust designs with fast simulation tools for signal integrity, power integrity, thermal, EMI vulnerability and ESD protection, and more without relying on “rules of thumb”. Discover how PollEx fits into existing tool chains with unsurpassed connectivity to all the major ECAD systems.
Optimizing Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing
Learn how Altair PollEx can make a new product introduction (NPI) profitable faster by identifying potential issues earlier and increasing PCB manufacturing efficiency. The comprehensive DFM/DFA analysis includes fabrication, assembly, test, flex/rigid-flex, substrate and panel features. See how PollEx exports manufacturing and validation data to production line machinery for fabrication, assembly, and end-of-line testing.
Designing Double-Data Rate (DDRx) Memory Interfaces Right the First Time
More and more smart connected devices need high-speed DDRx memory interfaces. The design of memory circuits has always required care, but PCB layouts for DDR memory are more demanding and traditional rules-based approaches are no longer sufficient, especially for the latest DDRx memory interface standards. Learn how Altair PollEx enables the optimization of DDRx timing, transmission lines, topology, and terminations ensuring signal integrity.
Overcoming the Thermal Challenges of Electronic Devices
To design today’s tightly packaged electronic systems it is essential to create a thermal analysis model of the PCB within its enclosure. Learn how Altair SimLab provides robust and repeatable workflows for fast, accurate, and consistent analysis, even for occasional users allowing them to confidently identify and correct potential design issues earlier in development with accurate thermal analysis that doesn’t require advanced CFD knowledge.
Solving Electromagnetic Interference Issues without Testing
Safe and compliant electronic system design is important across all industries. Conforming to EMC regulations while reducing development costs and time requires the implementation of simulation throughout the product design lifecycle. With increased adoption organizations reduce design iterations and costly laboratory testing while meeting targets. Learn how Altair PollEx and Feko are used to simulate EMI/EMC at the board, subsystem, and system level.
Meet Your Motor Control Design Goals and Program Deadlines
Learn how to reduce motor control code development time with Altair Embed and STMicroelectronics. Embed provides ready-to-use libraries for motor control strategies combined with a fast debugging capability. The visual environment uses block diagrams to design, simulate, analyze, and automatically generate efficient code that can be downloaded, executed, and validated directly on target hardware. Deep support for the on-chip peripherals of the STM32 family of 32-bit microcontrollers reduces errors and iterations while lowering costs.