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HARcad enables the development of wiring harness systems according to ISO 9001

04-16-2009 02:23 PM CET | IT, New Media & Software

Press release from: Intedis GmbH & Co. KG

HARcad enables the development of wiring harness systems

Wuerzburg/Germany. The harness development tool HARcad is a CAD application created specifically for the requirements covering harness products. After the successful launch on the German market, HARcad is now available in China.

HARcad supports the complex harness development processes from conceptual design to calculation and change process. The intuitive handling and the adjustment of the functionalities according to engineers’ requirements guarantee a short training period and fulfil the demand of time and cost efficiency.

HARcad provides comprehensive functionalities to define the logical and physical content of wiring systems by means of schematics and harness drawings. In addition to the design aspects, HARcad covers the library-based part selection of all harness components and provides powerful processing routines. It is scalable from a drawing tool up to an enterprise application and offers a dedicated Design Viewer tool to support today’s needs for seamless teamwork.

HARcad was developed by Intedis GmbH & Co. KG with headquarters in Wuerzburg, engineering partner and consulter supporting the leading automotive companies in all aspects of automotive electric/electronic architecture for several years. Due to the experience in the field of wiring harness development and the background of a leading wiring harness manufacturer, Intedis exactly knows the requirements harness engineers are challenged with in their daily work.

To support global customers Intedis provides local services in China as well as in India.
Please visit our website at to find more information including a detailed description of the functionalities.

Intedis supports and advises vehicle manufacturers and suppliers, technical and purchasing departments in all aspects of automotive E/E architecture. The company was established in Wuerzburg in 2001 as a joint venture between the automotive suppliers Hella KGaA Hueck & Co. KG and LEONI Bordnetz-Systeme GmbH.

Intedis GmbH & Co. KG
Helene Baum, Marketing & Communication
Delpstrasse 4-8
97084 Wuerzburg
phone.: +49 (0) 931-6602-35817
fax: +49 (0) 931-6602-35555

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