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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 ...

CHANGES AND SENTIMENT: A LONGITUDINAL EMAIL ANALYSIS OF A LARGE DESIGN PROJECT

Piccolo, Sebastiano Antonio; Wilberg, Julian; Lindemann, Udo; Maier, Anja // 2018
Changes are part of any project. Although previous research provides methods to deal with changes, understanding of changes in relation to sentiment is still unclear. This is important as people's ...

CHARACTERISING THE AFFORDANCES AND LIMITATIONS OF COMMON PROTOTYPING TECHNIQUES TO SUPPORT THE EARLY STAGES OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Mathias, David; Hicks, Ben; Snider, Chris; Ranscombe, Charlie // 2018
The act of prototyping is more than the artefact produced – the process helps answer design questions. A knowledge of prototyping activities leads to better decisions in the design process. The aim ...

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 ...

CONCEPTION OF A CROWDSOURCING TOOL TO SUPPORT INDUSTRIAL DESIGN DECISIONS

Wiesner, Martin; Vajna, Sándor // 2018
Industrial Design is still seen as a ""soft"" factor without big influence within the most product development decisions, because of the low measurability (Kohler, 2003). Therefore it is necessary to ...

Consistent digitalization of engineering design – an ontology-based approach

Kügler, Patricia; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2018
Digitalization and Industry 4.0 are currently trend words in companies and research, which express the striving for digitalized manufacturing environments and autonomous manufacturing processes ...

CRITICAL STUDIES ARE DEAD, LONG LIVE CRITICAL STUDIES

Lindley, Julian; Adams, Richard // 2018
The value of a broad awareness of the world through critical studies is well documented and a cornerstone of undergraduate education. Within Product Design this is particularly pertinent as
anything ...

DATA DRIVEN DESIGN SELECTION AND GENERATION - AN INDUSTRIAL CASE STUDY ON ELECTRIC MOTORS

Tüchsen, Johann; Pop, Adrian Cornel; Koch, Matthias; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro // 2018
This paper presents a novel design selection and generation mechanism for fast and efficient solution-finding based on the knowledge-based systems concept. Such a mechanism can be fully exploited in ...

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 AGILE CULTURE USING TOPIC MODELLING

Rebentisch, Eric; Schuh, Günther; Dölle, Christian; Mattern, Christian; Abel, Hendrik // 2018
The implementation of Agile Methods is often subject to failure, with cultural issues being the most commonly named reason. The purpose of this paper is to analyse the relationship between ...

DEFINING SYSTEM BOUNDARIES IN CHANGE PROPAGATION ANALYSIS: A DIESEL ENGINE CASE STUDY

Koh, Edwin C.Y. (1); Caldwell, Nicholas H.M. (2); Clarkson, P. John (3) // 2018
This paper explores how change propagation analysis can be affected by the way system boundaries are defined. This is an important issue as engineering change can in reality propagate out of the ...

DESIGN FOR HEALTH: TOWARDS COLLABORATIVE CARE

Valentin-Hjorth, Julie Falck; Patou, Francois; Syhler, Nicholas; Dominguez, Helena; Maier, Anja // 2018
The design of novel healthcare delivery models better suited to address the burden of chronic diseases requires a thorough understanding of the foundational concepts of patient and healthcare ...

Design thinking for organizations: functional guidelines

Correia, Pedro Targo Ishio; Gaspar, Ricardo; Lins, Romulo // 2018
The objective of this paper is to propose functional guidelines for the assertive practice of the design thinking approach in organizational environments, and therefore to promote innovation. ...

DESIGN THINKING — A BUZZWORD OR THE HOLY GRAIL OF DESIGN?

Hillner, Matthias // 2018
Design Thinking constitutes a concept that appears to reflect the zeitgeist of current design education. At the same time, recent interpretations of ideas surrounding design thinking raise most ...

Developing Key Performance Indicators for Variant Management of Complex Product Families

Schmidt, Michael; Schwöbel, Johanna; Lienkamp, Markus // 2018
In this paper, we present a method for the development of key performance indicators for variant management purposes. It provides decision makers, product portfolio managers and-architects with a ...

EARLY PHASE EVALUATION OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES WITHIN AN INTEGRATED PRODUCT AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERING APPROACH

Kaspar, Jerome; Stoffels, Pascal; Schneberger, Jan-Henrik; Vielhaber, Michael // 2018
Today, an essential challenge lies in a holistic as well as integrated assessment and selection of an adequate manufacturing technology bearing in mind a tailored product design along with a further ...

Efficient Module Design for Chassis-Mounted Components of Commercial Vehicles

Stocker, Johannes; Çavuşoğlu, Mesut; Felgenhauer, Matthias; Lienkamp, Markus // 2018
Commercial vehicle manufacturers have to offer mass customized products in order to serve a wide range of customers from various industries respectively their applications. Since each branch has ...

ENGINEERING CHANGE MANAGEMENT FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF CORPORATE REPUTATION

Honkisch, Christian Alexander; Pessoa, Marcus Vinicius Pereira; Henseler, Jörg // 2018
Engineering change management (ECM) decisions affect the corporate reputation (CR) either valuable or up to total destruction. This work investigates the gap between ECM and CR for decision making. ...

EXPLORATORY WORKING METHOD WITH REUSE PRODUCTS AND VALUING DIVERSITY

Dybvik, Jeanette Helleberg // 2018
This paper focuses on design processes with the reuse of products and valuing diversity, based on a case study in product design conducted by primary school teaching students at Oslo Metropolitan ...

EXTRA CURRICULUM, CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING STUDIES AT UNIVERSITY OF AGDER, NORWAY

Svennevig, Paul Ragnar; Thorstensen, Rein Terje // 2018
The Bachelor of Science education in engineering is limited by the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research (UHR) to 180 points in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). A normal study ...

FROM ECODESIGN TO DFS IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION

PERPIGNAN, Catherine; ROBIN, Vincent; EYNARD, Benoit // 2018
Sustainability concept is becoming ingrained in the international engineering community. The next generation of engineers has to be trained to appreciate economic, environmental, and societal impacts ...

GOAL SETTING IN SUSTAINABLE BUILDING RENOVATION – EARLY PROTOTYPE DESIGN AND TESTING OF A NEW DECISION SUPPORT TOOL

Gade, Anne Nørkjær; Jensen, Rasmus Lund; Larsen, Tine Steen; Nissen, Søren Bülow // 2018
This paper presents an early prototype of a new value-based decision support tool that can support building owners in setting goals for sustainability in renovation projects. The prototype includes ...

Identifying Expedient Variations in PGE – Product Generation Engineering

Rapp, Simon; Moeser, Georg; Eichhorn, Philipp; Albers, Albert // 2018
Product development can be described as PGE –Product Generation Engineering: A new product is developed based on at least one existing reference product. For the development of the new product ...

In search of lost materiality; The case of digital modelling in Industrial Design Engineering

Ekströmer, Philip; Wever, Renee // 2018
Over the recent years, Industrial Design Engineering students at Linköping University have frequently been observed to go directly from sketches into CAD, without making simple sketch models for ...

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