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Nobody Wants A Failed Prototype – System-Level Simulation with Clarity 3D Transient Solver

In today’s ever-changing electronic engineering ecosystem, system modeling is more important than ever before. In this week’s podcast, Brad Griffin (Cadence Design Systems) joins us to discuss the limitations of system-level modeling today, how system analysis challenges are driving new levels of performance, and how Clarity 3D Transient Solver addresses critical system-level EMI challenges. Also this week, we take a look at the PufferBot – a new Pufferfish-inspired robot developed at the University of Colorado Boulder that aims to improve drone safety.

 

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More information about Clarity 3D Transient Solver

Pufferfish-inspired robot could improve drone safety

PufferBot: Actuated Expandable Structures for Aerial Robots (Youtube)

Feature Article by Kevin Morris: Cadence Brings Clarity to EMI – System-Level Solver Slashes Sim Times

 

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