Digital services save time in design

Efficient data management in engineering can help save time and money during the design phase. New digital services are now available to simplify the data management of Harting products and solutions.

Behind every electrical engineering project are many individual components and a wide range of data: 2D/3D CAD data, data sheets, type sheets and certificates are all part of the documentation trail. “Comparatively more time is spent on article research and the collection, conversion and storage of related documents than on the design itself,” says Andreas Wedel, director of digital transformation at the Harting Technology Group. That is why he and his team are working on new functions that will improve the data management for Harting’s products and solutions.

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