The two companies say that the technology will aid in streamlining the design process and save designers hours in visually inspection of schematics for errors.
The rising complexity of modern electronics design has ushered in a multiplying set of rules and verifications that must be manually checked for schematic design errors, regardless of which design software is used. Requiring manual validation has a dramatic impact on schedules. ValydateVERA claims to effectively streamline this process. With VERA’s integration in Altium Designer, designers can now automatically inspect their schematics against a pre-defined checklist that takes advantage of an intelligent component library that automatically checks for thousands of error violations in schematic designs.
“We’ve seen a steadily increasing number of customers working with complex designs who had no choice but to manually check their schematics for thousands of potential errors which adds up to countless wasted hours," said Jason Hingston, CTO at Altium.
ValydateVera integrates seamlessly in the electronics design environment in Altium Designer as a plug-in. The product is expected to be available within the first quarter of 2015.
Valydateoffers tools for schematic, signal and power integrity analysis, with a verification engine that provides automated inspection and review; www.valydate.com