Electronic architecture development

  • 08-Aug-2011 04:50 EDT
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PREEvision from Vector CANtech is an engineering tool for the design and optimization of electrical/electronic systems. By combining and unifying data models and graphical interfaces that have previously required using multiple disconnected tools, PREEvision enables traceability from requirements to design elements and delivers a top-to-bottom E/E design environment. The unified single-tool data model approach provides a customizable analysis engine for checking consistency across functional design layers and variants and for comparing design alternatives based on key metrics such as weight, software footprint, and network bus traffic. PREEvision is suitable for use early in the development process and can identify system design approaches, analyze change impact, and deliver reusable design models to downstream software and hardware development activities.

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