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A METHOD TO EXPLORE PRODUCT RISK IN PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENT OF CONFIGURED PRODUCTS

Riascos Castaneda, R., Ostrosi, E., Majić, T., Stjepandić, J. and Sagot, J.-C. // 2020

A Role-based Prototyping Approach for Human-Centred Design in Fuzzy Front-End Scenarios

Martins Pacheco, Nuno Miguel; Behrenbeck, Jan; Tariq, Bilal; Vazhapilli Sureshbabu, Anand; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Developing new products is challenging due to ambiguous and uncertain requirements and unclear processes especially for novice development teams. This paper outlines a role-based prototyping approach ...

Analysing increase of functionality and complexity in integrated product architectures

Gonzalez Castro, Sabela; Panarotto, Massimo; Borgue, Olivia; Isaksson, Ola // 2020
Nowadays, product designers find difficulties and uncertainties when assessing how complex a product will be when introducing new functionalities or when integrating multiple functionalities into a ...

ASSESSING THE DRIVER'S RISK PERCEPTION DURING AUTONOMOUS DRIVING

Gandrez, C., Mantelet, F., Aoussat, A., Jeremie, F. and Landel, E. // 2020

Designing Lightweight Structures under Consideration of Material and Structure Uncertainties on Different Levels of the Building Block Approach

Hartwich, Tobias S.; Völkl, Harald; Wartzack, Sandro; Krause, Dieter; // 2020
Lightweight design is an important aspect in the development of components to reduce material use and obtain energy-efficient structures. Frequently, lightweight structures are designed for one or a ...

Development of strategic guidelines for agile Parts Ma- turity Management of engine subsystems in the automotive industry during series ramp-up

Rapp, Simon; Heimicke, Jonas; Weber, Jonas; Albers, Albert // 2020
The increasing innovation pressure on German car manufacturers leads to a significantly higher model and variant diversity whereas model cycles and development times decrease. Subsequently, the ...

Effects and Interactions of agile Principles in the Process of Mechatronic System Development: Building a basic Un- derstanding for adaptive Process Design

Albers, Albert; Heimicke, Jonas; Trost, Sebastian // 2020
Agile approaches mostly originate from the software branch and are based on its culture, thus creating various challenges in the culture of mechatronic system development. The approach of ASD - Agile ...

ENHANCING CREATIVITY BY DEMONSTRATING  INDIVIDUAL VULNERABILITY TO FIXATION

Neroni, Maria A.; Crilly, Nathan  // 2020
Creative design behaviour can be inhibited by fixation and so reducing the risk of fixation is a focus of much design creativity research. Research in other fields indicates that an effective way of ...

FORCING CREATIVITY IN AGILE INNOVATION PROCESSES THROUGH ASD-INNOVATION COACHING

Albers, Albert (1); Hahn, Carsten (2); Niever, Manuel (2); Heimicke, Jonas (1); Marthaler, Florian (1); Spadinger, Markus (1) // 2020
The challenge to handle uncertainties as well as a rapidly changing and challenging environment in product development is increasingly faced by implementing agile approaches and creativity methods ...

Future-oriented product engineering through environment scenarios by using the example of future forms of mobility in urban living spaces

Marthaler, Florian; Stehle, Simon; Siebe, Andreas; Albers, Albert // 2020
The future of mobility is a topic which is characterized by uncertainty regarding the future development. In order to develop relevant product characteristics for the mobility of the future from ...

Interactive model-based decision-making tools in early product platform design

Alonso Fernandez, I // 2020
It is difficult to gather and unify the views of multiple stakeholder simultaneously. To support decision makers, when dealing with uncertainty and with decisions involving trade-offs, an interactive ...

Methode zur gezielten Identifikation von Marktunsicherheiten zur Unterstützung der Zielsystementstehung

Zimmermann, Valentin; Prinz, Rudi; Albers, Albert; // 2020
Product development and the associated processes are charac-terized by uncertainties. Thus, the elements of the system of ob-jectives are also subject to uncertainties, which influence the product, ...

NECESSITY OF KEY STAKEHOLDER-BASED ROLE-PLAYS FOR NPD PROJECTS -- A CASE STUDY FOR A PROJECT TEAM OF NON-INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN JAPAN

Yu, Xiang; Gao, Jia-Wei; Washida, Yuichi // 2020
Companies have been increasingly opting to utilize project teams to contend with highly turbulent and dynamic conditions while under current uncertainty markets, stakeholders have tremendous ...

ON THE DESIGN OF PLAYFUL TRAINING MATERIAL FOR INFORMATION SECURITY AWARENESS

Lugnet, Johan; Ericson, Åsa; Lundgren, Martin; Wenngren, Johan // 2020
This paper presents the rationale for the design of a card deck game sustaining information security training. The efforts have followed design thinking, been inspired by an approach for ...

On the Treatment of Equality Constraints in Mechanical Systems Design Subject to Uncertainty

Stumpf, Julian; Naumann, Thomas; Vogt, Marc Eric; Duddeck, Fabian; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
In early phases of product development, uncertainty may be treated by a set-based design method relying on so-called solution spaces. In this approach, all relevant system requirements are used to ...

OPPORTUNITIES WITH UNCERTAINTIES: THE OUTLOOK OF VIRTUAL REALITY IN THE EARLY STAGES OF DESIGN

Hu, Xinhui; Georgiev, Georgi. V. // 2020
Adopting immersive Virtual Reality (VR) technology in the early stages of design appeals to designers, as research has shown that immersing people in a virtual environment can efficiently elicit ...

Participatory Disaster Risk Reduction in Developing Countries

Ramstad, Idun Sarre; Glesaaen, Peter Kristian; Keitsch, Martina // 2020
As conventional Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in developing countries fails to create a real and long-lasting impact, a more community-based approach has emerged. However, even this approach ...

RISK MANAGEMENT IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: RISK IDENTIFICATION, ASSESSMENT, AND MITIGATION – A LITERATURE REVIEW

Oehmen, J., Guenther, A., Herrmann, J. W., Schulte, J. and Willumsen, P. // 2020

Understanding the product: Backtracking the QFD connections via the product structure

Johansson, Roger // 2020
Literature is pointing out the subjectivity when using QFD. a method is developed and explored with the aim to try to backtrack and verify the QFD connections via the product structure and thereby ...

Unmanned autonomous vessels and the necessity of human-centred design

Kristoffersen, Cecilie // 2020
Unmanned autonomous vessels are said to be the future of the shipping industry. Besides lowering cost and emissions, it is also said to lower the accidents attributed to human error completely. ...

A DESIGN INQUIRY INTO THE ROLE OF DESIGN PROCESS IN FOSTERING CREATIVE EXPLORATION OF IDEAS AND CONCEPTS: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF DESIGN PROJECTS OF ENGINEERING STUDENTS

Joshi, Purba; Sinha, Sharmila // 2019
Creativity forms the base for innovation. Successful implementation of a creative idea can lead to innovation. As per De Bono, creativity deals with the transformation of existing ideas, views and ...

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