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A METHOD FOR FUNCTION INTEGRITY DIAGNOSIS AND DOCUMENTATION: FIDD

Wichmann, Robert Lawrence; Gericke, Kilian; Eisenbart, Boris; Moser, Hubert // 2018
This paper introduces a method to perform systematic diagnosis of function integrity. The proposed method advances the Integrated Function Modelling framework to extend its application to risk ...

A NEW MODEL FOR CAPTURING DESIGN INFORMATION WITH AN AIM TO AID CHANGE PROPAGATION ASSESSMENT AND SUBSEQUENT REDESIGN

Brahma, Arindam; Wynn, David C. // 2018
A new model is developed to investigate the causes of change propagation and guide the redesign process. The model offers a micro-level perspective on the mechanisms through which changes propagate ...

Adding Scrum-style project management to an advanced Design Thinking class

Dobrigkeit, Franziska; Wilson, Molly; Nicolai, Claudia // 2018
Design Thinking has become popular as a methodology that produces innovative and creative solutions in different industries, e.g. in the software industry or in product development. As such the ...

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FROM A STRATEGIC SUSTAINABILITY PERSPECTIVE

Villamil, Carolina; Nylander, Johanna; Hallstedt, Sophie I.; Schulte, Jesko; Watz, Matilda // 2018
There are high expectations of additive manufacturing (AM) as a technology to improve manufacturing efficiency and reduce material waste. This study aims to clarify the sustainability advantages and ...

AN APPROACH FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DIGITAL TWIN IN THE AUTOMOTIVE WIRING HARNESS FIELD

Tharma, Rajeeth; Winter, Roland; Eigner, Martin // 2018
The importance of continuous and sustainable information exchange processes rises, due to the growing digitalisation in many fields of automotive area. By implementing the Digital Twin method, these ...

AN ONTOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK TO LINK MARKETING AND DESIGN

Casagrande-Seretti, Alessandro; Montagna, Francesca // 2018
Communication issues between people with different backgrounds within the product development teams are commonplace. The causes are many, including cultural differences and language barriers. ...

ANALYSING OPEN INNOVATION INTEGRATION TO PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES WITHIN THE BRAZILIAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Marin, Rafael Ortega; Kaminski, Paulo Carlos // 2018
The purpose of the present study is to analyze how different Open Innovation (OI) activities occur in Product Development Processes (PDP) from the Brazilian automotive industry. From conceptual ...

ANALYZING COMPLEX SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS IN TECHNICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT USING STRUCTURAL METRICS

Knippenberg ,S.C.M. (1); Schweigert-Recksiek ,S. (2); Becerril ,L. (2); Lindemann ,U. (2) // 2018
Structural complexity metrics provide information about the structure of technical and socio-technical systems, represented as networks. However, calculating multiple metrics of a network manually ...

ANALYZING RID METHODOLOGY THROUGH THE LENS OF INNOVATIVE ABDUCTION

Lamé, Guillaume; Yannou, Bernard; Cluzel, François // 2018
The literature reports that abduction is inherent to design reasoning. The Radical Innovation Design methodology is analyzed using the lens of Kroll and Koskela's two-step innovative abduction. In ...

APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO INJECTION MOLD DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING IN SMALL ENTERPRISES

Vukašinović, Nikola; Vasić, Dušan; Tavčar, Jože // 2018
This paper present the solutions that a company introduced to tackle the problems that it faced during the engineering design and manufacturing of plastic injection molds. The company took an ...

APPROXIMATION OF THE USER BEHAVIOUR IN A FULLY AUTOMATED VEHICLE REFERRING TO A STATIONARY PROTOTYPE-BASED RESEARCH STUDY

Fitzen, Florian; Amereller, Maximilian; Paetzold, Kristin // 2018
The technological progress of automated driving fundamentally affects the starting situation for developing the automotive interior. As the driver will not be occupied with driving tasks, a ...

CAN DESIGN THINKING MITIGATE CRITICAL STRATEGY IMPLEMENTATION RISKS?

Lund Strøm, Line Christiane; Willumsen, Pelle Lundquist; Oehmen, Josef; Heck, Johannes // 2018
Failed strategy implementations are a key business risk, and we explore how applying design thinking can mitigate key risks in strategy implementation. Based on a literature review and exploratory ...

CAPTURING SYNCHRONOUS COLLABORATIVE DESIGN ACTIVITIES: A STATE-OF-THE-ART TECHNOLOGY REVIEW

Hall, Mark; McMahon, Christopher Alan; Bermell-Garcia, Pablo; Johansson, Anders; Ravindranath, Ranjit // 2018
This paper provides a technology-focused state-of-the-art review applied to capturing, processing and reviewing collaborative design activities. It presents a descriptive study (DS-I), which explores ...

CHALLENGES IN THE DEFINITION AND PRIORITISATION OF REQUIREMENTS: A CASE STUDY

Song, Young-Woo; Windheim, Marc; Bender, Beate // 2018
A big challenge in the definition and prioritisation of requirements for a new product is to find compromises when conflicts arise. What is the best compromise depends on the objectives of the ...

CHOOSING THE RIGHT TOOLS AND PRACTICES TO DESIGN A KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN A SME

Tapissier, Edouard; Mantelet, Fabrice; Aoussat, Améziane // 2018
The aim of this paper is to propose a knowledge management system (KMS) design methodology for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that address the problems encountered on the existing ones, such as ...

Co-creation in Public Service Innovation: A review of how to encourage employee engagement in co-creation

Mogstad, Astrid; Høiseth, Marikken; Pettersen, Ida Nilstad // 2018
The public service sector in Norway needs to innovate itself to meet challenges and structural changes such as globalization, automation of work tasks, demographic change, the sharing economy and ...

COMPETITIVE CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT OF INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF ADVANCED INNOVATION DESIGN APPROACH

Livotov, Pavel // 2018
The comprehensive assessment method includes 80 innovation performance parameters and 10 key indicators of innovation capability, such as innovation process performance, innovating system ...

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR COLLABORATIVE RISK MANAGEMENT DURING THE DESIGN PHASE OF GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS USING DSM

Maseko, Lungie (1); Root, David (2); Senthilkumar, Venkatachalam (3) // 2018
Construction projects are ambitious in terms of the complexity in its components, structures, design requirements, information flows, stakeholder integration and technological integration ...

CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION OF MODEL VALIDATION INTO PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Forsteneichner, Christian; Paetzold, Kristin; Metschkoll, Matthias // 2018
The validation of product properties is a necessary part of the product development process. Consequently, methods and models used therefor have to be validated itself in order to produce reliable ...

CORPORATE REQUIREMENT CULTURE IN DEVELOPMENT OF A LARGE SCALE MEDICAL SYSTEM: A CASE STUDY

DelSpina, Brandon; Gilliam, Sarah; Summers, Joshua; Morkos, Beshoy // 2018
This case study explores requirements evolution of a medical device system. The study focuses on the analysis of requirements via interviews and document analysis. The mechanical, software, and ...

CREATIVE PATH TO PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE - CASE OF A TRIPLE HELIX FRAMEWORK

Čok, Vanja; Fain, Nuša; Žavbi, Roman; Vukašinović, Nikola // 2018
The paper presents a successful Triple helix collaboration between university, industry and government that resulted in commercialisation of a sustainable new product within the aircraft industry. ...

DECISION SUPPORT TOOL TO DERIVE SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT CONFIGURATIONS AS A BASIS FOR CONCEPTUAL DESIGN

Buchert, Tom; Stark, Rainer // 2018
Developing sustainable products requires a thorough understanding of the product and its environmental, economic and social impact. In particular decision-making in conceptual design has a large ...

Defining Requirements in Prototyping: The Holistic Prototype and Process Development

Schork, Stefan; Kirchner, Eckhard // 2018
Designers and developers use prototypes in the product development process to gather information about the final product and its behavior as early as possible as well as to lower the risk of ...

DERIVATION OF CRITERIA FOR RADICAL PRODUCT IDEAS

Herrmann, Thorsten; Roth, Daniel; Binz, Hansgeorg // 2018
One of the most important problems concerning the management of radical innovations is that companies do not differentiate between radical and incremental ideas within the design process. Thus ...

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