CIMdata Releases eBook: "Driving the Change for the Future of Automotive Development"

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This eBook discusses Siemens Digital Industries Software's integrated approach to Model-Based Systems Engineering.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - eTradeWire -- CIMdata, Inc., the leading global PLM strategic consulting and research firm, announces the release of a new eBook, Driving the Change for the Future of Automotive Development. The eBook describes the need automakers and their supplier network have for a modern systems engineering approach. It also explains how Siemens Digital Industries Software (Siemens), a proven provider for the automotive industry, is enabling a highly integrated model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach known as Software & Systems Engineering (SSE).

The challenges facing many of today's leading automotive companies are no longer solvable with yesterday's solutions or by throwing more people at them. Siemens' SSE is an MBSE-enabling solution designed to keep teams integrated from start to finish while improving decision-making across an extended enterprise and throughout the entire lifecycle. This comprehensive solution relies on five pillars that enable an automaker to manage, define, connect, validate, and ensure compliance throughout the end-to-end vehicle lifecycle and across multiple business domains.

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According to Mr. Craig Brown, a CIMdata Executive Consultant with over 30 years of experience in the automotive industry, "Today's automakers not only have to outmaneuver each other, but they must also outmaneuver new, more agile, and technologically savvy disruptors. For them to survive and thrive, a fully integrated enterprise solution approach must be taken that can move and sustain an automaker into a leadership position for tomorrow—one that starts integrated and stays integrated."

Siemens Digital Industries Software sponsored research for this eBook. To learn more, please download and read the complete eBook at


Source: CIMdata
Filed Under: Automotive

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