Siemens is combining recent acquisitions in novel ways, including one that will see a web-app development package interact more closely with Mentor's embedded offerings.
The digital-twin concept provides several avenues to achieving better safety analysis and is likely to benefit from Siemens' integration of Mentor activities.
Siemens' new automotive platform commercializes and illustrates the company's ongoing integration of Mentor EDA products within its digital twin concept.
Mentor is active across the program and its main and Verification Academy booths within the exhibition in Las Vegas.
A digital twin is now more than just a virtual copy of a product. For Siemens, it is a multilayered concept powering a 'boundary-free innovation platform'.
The company will share a stand at EmbeddedWorld in Nuremberg with its sister Siemens division Polarion and has seven papers across the technical program.
The suite is based on Debian and aims to offer the performance and configurability needed for robust and scaleable enterprise-class applications in medical, industrial, aerospace and defense markets.
DVCon USA is coming soon. Mentor's 2019 involvement includes a keynote from parent Siemens and a tutorial on managing your formal verification processes.
Mentor's updated AMS platform claims performance boost by obviating 'legacy' technology.
Two keynote speakers have been announced for DVCon Europe 2018, which takes place next month.
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