System Engineering for Synchronization

Medical Devices are complex machines because they comprise a diversity of systems that govern their efficiency, power and performance. Enabling each expertise to contribute to the global effort is as delicate as it is difficult for Medical Device companies whose teams do not share the same tools, locale or methods. They are challenged to provide solutions that streamline multi-disciplinary collaboration so that the system as a whole, functions like a well-tuned orchestra.

With System Engineering for Synchronization, system architects have competitive tools to define functional and logical system architecture as a multi-disciplinary system starting from system requirements. They perform system engineering to take into account what the requirements are, what functions the system will deliver and what architecture will satisfy them. They simulate machine behavior using embedded motion system modeling and simulation capabilities to verify that the controller performs as expected. Companies have resource, functional, logical and physical traceability for consistent management of product architecture throughout the development lifecycle.