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PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF DESIGN DRIVEN NEW ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES

Petersen, S. I. // 2016
The investment potential of startups is notoriously difficult to assess and there are no assessments addressing Market, Technology, Design Execution Risk and Design Quality. We examine this issue and ...

PLAY PROBES - AS A PRODUCTIVE SPACE AND SOURCE FOR INFORMATION

Sjřvoll, Vibeke; Gulden, Tore // 2016
Playful behaviour involves exploring, questioning, risk-taking, altering and mastering an activity.
Thus, playful behaviour may elicit new thoughts and actions. This paper explores how such ...

POST-PROBABILISTIC UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION: DISCUSSION OF POTENTIAL USE IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT RISK MANAGEMENT

Tegeltija, M.; Oehmen, J.; Kozine, I.; Geraldi, J. // 2016
Uncertainty represents one of the key challenges in product development (PD) projects. Traditionally, risk management quantification methods have been based on probability theory. Those methods ...

Proactive Cost Management: Integrating Use Phase Data to Reduce Uncertainty

Wilberg, Julian; Maisenbacher, Sebastian; Lindemann, Udo // 2016
Manufacturing firms need to develop products for competitive markets with a distinct cost-value-ratio in order to stay successful in the long run. Literature provides approaches such as Target ...

PROCESS ANALYSIS OF DESIGNER’S SPONTANEOUS ACTIVITY: A CASE STUDY OF PROFESSIONAL CHARACTER DESIGNER  (Members only )

Takashima, Kentaro; Senoo, Dai // 2016
The objective of this research is to identify the characteristics of process of designer’s spontaneous activity. There are two types of designer’s activities: 1) spontaneous activity and 2) ...

Risk-oriented development of innovative products: a model-based approach

Neumann, Marc; Bender, Beate // 2016
New product development is strongly accompanied by uncertainties which are understood in general as a consequence of insufficient experience and missing knowledge. Uncertainties occur at all stages ...

RISKS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: ADVANCEMENTS IN RECENT YEARS

Juranić, J.; Marjanović, D.; Pavković, N. // 2016
Risks in product development appear even in the development of the simplest products. As the product and development process are more complex, risk management is gaining the importance. In the world ...

SET-BASED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT IN THE MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

Schuh, G.; Rudolf, S.; Luedtke, B. // 2016
Due to predominant effects of globalization, a massive price pressure as well as a high product variety manufacturing companies are facing tremendous challenges. To address these challenges an ...

SUPPORTING THE DESIGN OF RECONFIGURABLE CELLULAR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS BY COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN SYNTHESIS

Unglert, J.; Hoekstra, S.; Jauregui Becker, J. // 2016
Decisions on manufacturing system design determine the current and future profitability of manufacturing companies. Reconfigurable Cellular Manufacturing Systems make possible to evolve the design of ...

Synchronized/Non-Synchronized Situations- A Study of the Chain Reactions of Creative Gears Laboratory

Guanze, Liao // 2016
The author has developed chain reaction game Creative Gears Laboratory based on problem-solving situations, which included four game scenarios of Risk Precaution, Obstacle Elimination, Situation ...

Szenario-basierte Analyse von Anforderungen im Produktentwicklungsprozess  (Members only )

Gräßler, Iris; Scholle, Philipp // 2016
In this paper a method for the anticipation of future changes of requirements within the product development process is proposed. Based on consistency-based approaches towards scenario-technique, ...

THE ELASTIC OCTOPUS: A CATALOGUE OF FAILURES FOR DISRUPTING DESIGN EDUCATION

Hall, Ashley; Bahk, Yoon; Wright, James // 2016
Elastic Octopus was inspired by a perceived increased reluctance in student attitudes towards taking
risks and failure in design innovation. In particular, recent trends in funding and risk-aversion ...

The framework of business model innovation for Smart Product-Service Ecosystem

Zheng, Maokuan; Ming, Xinguo; Li, Guoming; Shi, Yiyuan // 2016
The shift to service economy and rapid development of information technologies have greatly changed traditional business models based on commodities trading. In this work, a novel business paradigm ...

UNCERTAINTY IN SIZE RANGE DEVELOPMENT - AN ANALYSIS OF POTENTIAL FOR A NEW SCALING APPROACH

Lotz, J.; Freund, T.; Würtenberger, J.; Kloberdanz, H. // 2016
Scaling uncertainty occurs due to effects that are neglected by purpose or due to ignorance and is related to the product models. It results in insufficient mathematic scaling models. The consequence ...

A BAYESIAN NETWORK APPROACH TO IMPROVE CHANGE PROPAGATION ANALYSIS

Lee, Jihwan; Hong, Yoo S. // 2015
Predicting and analysis of change propagation is one of the important issues in engineering change management. In this paper, we illustrate how the Bayesian network (BN), which is emerging tool for a ...

A STUDY TO IDENTIFY ENGINEERING DESIGN RESOURCES IN COMPLEX PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

Xin Chen, Hilario Lorenzo; Clarkson, Peter John; Sommer, Anita Friis // 2015
The planning and scheduling of appropriate resources is essential in engineering design for delivering quality products on time, within cost and at acceptable risk. In order to achieve this, it is ...

A VISUAL INTERFACE DIAGRAM FOR MAPPING FUNCTIONS IN INTEGRATED PRODUCTS

Ingerslev, Mattias; Jespersen, Mikkel Oliver; Goehler, Simon Moritz; Howard, Thomas J. // 2015
In product development there is a recognized tendency towards increased functionality for each new product generation. This leads to more integrated and complex products, with the risk of development ...

ACTOR-BASED SIGNPOSTING: A MODELING TOOL TO IMPROVE THE SOCIO-TECHNICAL DESIGN PROCESSES

Hassannezhad, Mohammad; Cantamessa, Marco; Montagna, Francesca // 2015
Socio-technical aspect of engineering design is an inter-disciplinary domain, an integrated organization of human- and non-human interactions. Modeling socio-technical design processes can therefore ...

AN AGENT-BASED APPROACH TO SUPPORT PLANNING FOR CHANGE DURING EARLY DESIGN

Fernandes, João; Henriques, Elsa; Silva, Arlindo; Pimentel, César // 2015
Early design is the most dynamic and unpredictable stage of complex design processes, since it involves a great deal of uncertainty, collaborative iteration and adaptive organizational behaviour. ...

AN ALGORITHM FOR BEHAVIOUR PREDICTION OF COMPLEX TECHNICAL SYSTEMS

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The objective of the research presented in this paper is to develop an algorithm for predicting behaviour of complex technical systems in an uncertain working environment. System s dynamic behaviour ...

AN APPROACH TO ANALYSING INTERFACE UNCERTAINTY USING THE CONTACT AND CHANNEL MODEL

Freund, Tillmann; Kloberdanz, Hermann; Lotz, Julian; Wuertenberger, Jan // 2015
The authors give a short introduction to uncertainty and introduce uncertainty terms for modular systems: Interface Uncertainty and Configuration Uncertainty. In order to control these forms of ...

AN INVESTIGATION OF DESIGN PROCESS CHANGES

Shapiro, Daniel; Sommer, Anita Friis; Clarkson, Peter John // 2015
Research on changes in design has focused on engineering changes, i.e. changes in the product domain, which is the manifestation of the design process. This article takes a different perspective and ...

Applying DSM methodology to rank risk of internal controls in critical infrastructure enterprises  (Members only )

Dister, C. J.; Jablonski, A.; Browning, T. R. // 2015
Global infrastructures (finance, health, energy) require the enterprises involved to have complex risk management systems. To verify that these enterprise risk management systems are working ...

Approaches to Infringement Risk Evaluation ofPatent Products for Design-Around  (Members only )

Chang, Hsiang-Tang; Hsieh, Yi-Ching; Yang, Yuan-Po // 2015
In this article, the authors proposed several approaches to infringement risk evaluation for patent products: (1) An approach integrating patent examination citation rate with Axiomatic design’s ...

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