Altair is delighted to welcome CADY to the Altair Partner Alliance (APA), where it will provide its AI-powered CADY Electrical Schematic Inspection SaaS solution. CADY will support Altair’s customers in inspecting their electrical schematics automatically – eliminating the need for users to do it manually, and giving them a comprehensive inspection report within a few hours compared to the days or weeks previously needed.
By detecting errors at an early stage, CADY improves and expedites the design process, reduces costs and resources, accelerates time to market, and improves final products’ quality, reliability, and safety. CADY is used in the telecommunications, automotive, consumer electronics, transportation, and many additional industries.
With CADY, users can:
- Reduce re-spins
- Shorten products' time to market
- Improve products' quality, safety, and reliability
- Find critical errors
- Benefit from touchless onboarding
- Access a library of more than 1 million active components
CADY was founded in 2020 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. CADY specializes in addressing commonly found errors in electrical schematics of printed circuit boards (PCBs) – from simple and direct errors to complex logical errors that cause malfunctions and lead to PCB re-designs. Overall, CADY has established itself by automating the traditionally manual process of electrical schematic design. CADY’s mission is to enhance organizations’ productivity and streamline workflows.
“CADY and Altair are natural partners, as our cutting-edge EDA solution meshes perfectly with Altair’s unique platform,” said Gilad Shapira, co-founder and chief executive officer, CADY. “We are excited to provide Altair customers with access to CADY, which will empower them to save time and costs in new ways within their EDA and PCB workflows.”
To learn more about CADY, visit https://web.altair.com/2023-webinar-cady.