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ecad

(ˈiːkæd)
n
(Biology) an organism whose form has been affected by its environment
[C20: from ec(ology) + -ad1]
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He noted that Atina adds collaboration tools on top of Altium Designer's ECAD functionality as well as support for multiboard systems.
Pawel Chadzynski leads the integration of MBSE, ALM, and ECAD tools with the Aras Innovator PLM platform.
Blank has more than 25 years' experience in ECAD, with recent positions at Leoni and Intedis.
The extension apps for Altium Designer and their companion plug-ins form a bridge between the ECAD and MCAD design worlds.
There are over 200 companies in the greater Austin area that are permitted to conduct official ECAD audits.
Today, ECAD and MCAD systems are designed to give the highest performance and handle all aspects of the specialized application.
Since ECAD and NCAD play an integral role in the development of the epithelioid phenotype, we decided to investigate their immunohistochemical expression and diagnostic utility in a selected group of sarcomas and malignant noncarcinomatous neoplasms with epithelioid features that involve the soft tissues.
Applications such as ECAD and Hollywood special effects generate massive amounts of data.
Many end-users prefer integrated MCAD and ECAD software which resolves various conflicts in the market.
Doing so will allow engineers to connect and share data from ECAD tools with Agile PLM from Oracle, enable communication and collaboration between electronics design engineers and product lifecycle managers, and allow engineers to develop new products, Altium says.