Systems & Design

Mastering Complexity Leveraging Digital Threads For Electronics Systems Design And Manufacturing

Five critical digital threads for a connected data flow and integrated view of product data throughout the product lifecycle.


The rapid advancement of technology and its integration into various industries, particularly the electronics sector, has led to a significant increase in complexity. Digital threads offer a seamless framework for data flow throughout a product’s lifecycle, from ideation to utilization, fostering collaboration and informed decision-making. They intersect various domains, ensuring information consistency and accessibility. This paper examines the concept of digital threads as a means of managing this complexity in electronic systems design and manufacturing, highlighting five integral threads: architecture, component, design data, verification, and manufacturing. Adopting digital threads becomes imperative for those seeking to navigate and thrive amidst the intricate landscape of electronic systems design and manufacturing.

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