Insights and ideas about schematic design

Case Studies and White papers

White Paper

10 Common Errors to Avoid in Electrical Board Design

This paper outlines the 10 most common errors we have encountered at CADY. Check it out!

Case Study

How CADY’s AI-Powered Technology Detected Critical Errors in the Final Stage

How CADY’s AI-powered technology detected two critical errors in the final stage of a schematic design, preventing the need for a re-spin.

White Paper

Strategic Electrical Schematic Management – Looking to the Future, Now

Various methods exist for electrical schematic error checking, mainly manual. This paper explores current methods and techniques available.

Case Study

CADY’s AI found a capacitor breach in WINT’s design, prompting an ECO.

CADY’s AI found a capacitor breach in WINT’s design, prompting an ECO.

Case Study

How CADY’s AI Identified Critical Errors During Final Schematic Design Stage

Two critical errors identified during final schematic design stage.

Case Study

How CADY’s AI Identified 6 Critical Design Errors

CADY’s effectiveness shown in identifying 6 critical design errors.

White Paper

Introducing Automatic  Schematic Electrical Inspection

CADY developed a solution that effectively addresses the EDA industry needs and resolves the problem at hand.

Press and Media

How does CADY tackle errors in electrical schematics?

Read more about the company and its technology.

CADY’s Automatic Technology Analyzes Electronic Circuit Designs in Minutes Instead of Days to Weeks and Eliminates Human Errors…


How we founded CADY – who, what and where.

Read the story of how CADY was founded.


Chipex 2023

May 9, 2023

Tel Aviv, Israel

Eastronics 2023

January 25, 2023

Herzlia, Israel

DesignCon 2023

January 25, 2023

Herzlia, Israel

SemIsrael Expo 2022

November 29, 2022



November 15, 2022

Munich, Germany

INTEL Innovation

September 28, 2022

San Jose, California


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