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Global Trends and Best Practices in Mechatronics Product Lifecycle Management

The design and manufacture of modern electromechanical products engages a wide range of disciplines as products mature from concept to delivery and support. The development of electromechanical products in the past has been done in separate silos of electrical, mechanical, and software domain experts. However, market drivers, technological advances, and globalization are leading to increased interaction between the domains. We call this convergence of mechanical, electrical/electronics and embedded software mechatronics. This paper describes industry trends and best practices in the full product lifecycle of mechatronics systems.

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Date Of Record Release 2009-08-11 12:46:51
Description The design and manufacture of modern electromechanical products engages a wide range of disciplines as products mature from concept to delivery and support. The development of electromechanical products in the past has been done in separate silos of electrical, mechanical, and software domain experts. However, market drivers, technological advances, and globalization are leading to increased interaction between the domains. We call this convergence of mechanical, electrical/electronics and embedded software mechatronics. This paper describes industry trends and best practices in the full product lifecycle of mechatronics systems.
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Source The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Keyword Mechatronics, Mechanical engineering, Electronics, Electromechanical, Industry trends, Best practices
Date Of Record Creation 2009-08-11 12:42:46
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Date Last Modified 2009-08-11 12:46:51
Language English
Date Record Checked: 2009-08-11 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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