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How model driven innovation can reduce design costs
Many engineering organizations face major challenges when designing and delivering new products that are dynamic in nature. One of the most significant of these is the discovery of key, often basic, design issues very late in the development cycle, introducing unbudgeted costs and delays into the project.
The Model-Driven Innovation approach, and its emphasis on employing virtual prototyping at the system-level, is an invaluable technique when designing complex, dynamic machines.
This approach uses tools like MapleSim so that:
• Problems can be fixed before the system integration and physical prototyping stages.
• Project delays can be avoided because engineers are able to quickly detect, and correct, problems that arise due to the interactions between different subsystems.
• Systems can be analyzed, and designs validated and improved with access to the underlying mathematics.
By employing this approach, machine design companies can reduce development risks, develop better products, and get to market faster.