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Concept Engineering presents EEvision platform for on-board electronic system exploration

09-11-2019 12:53 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Concept Engineering GmbH

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FREIBURG, Germany – September 05, 2019 — Concept Engineering, which specializes in visualization and debugging technologies for electronic circuits and systems, introduces the latest version of its EEvision™ platform. This innovative software platform leverages Google-like search features and smart display functions to visualize and analyze entire electronic systems.
EEvision automatically renders compact, easy-to-read schematics of specific vehicle functions, accelerating the development, manufacture and maintenance of passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The EEvision platform is available for Windows, Linux or as a Cloud-based application over the Internet (using any browser) or Intranet. This gives users easy access from wherever they choose to log in and work.
Using existing development CAD data, Concept Engineering’s technology platform automatically renders variant-specific schematics, such as system circuits, functional descriptions or cable diagrams. The ability to switch quickly between different schematics or to navigate incrementally through the electronic system is crucial for pinpointing error sources quickly and efficiently.
Concept Engineering will be presenting this latest software for electronic system exploration at Bordnetz Kongress in Landshut, Germany, on 26 September 2019. Participants of this wiring systems congress include developers and technical experts from the entire automotive value chain, i.e. OEMs, tier-n suppliers as well as development tool or component manufacturers and service providers.

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Concept Engineering GmbH
Gerhard Angst
Boetzinger Str. 29
79111 Freiburg, Germany
Phone: +49 761-47094-0
Fax: +49 761-47094-29
Email: info@concept.de
URL: www.concept.de

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About Concept Engineering
Concept Engineering is a privately-held company based in Freiburg, Germany, that provides visualization and debugging technology for electronic circuits and systems, including automatic schematic generation technology for all major design levels. The company’s technology helps electronic design engineers to easily understand, debug, optimize and document electronic designs. Concept Engineering’s software technology is used in many fields in the EDA, automotive and aerospace markets, including: RTL development, IP reuse, ASIC, SoC and FPGA design, analog/mixed-signal design, logic synthesis, design verification, test automation, as well as debugging and visualization at the on-board, system, RTL, netlist and transistor levels.
E-engine and EEvision are trademarks of Concept Engineering GmbH in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. For more information please visit www.concept.de

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