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COLLABORATIVE TOOLS FOR INNOVATION SUPPORT IN EARLY PRODUCT DESIGN PHASES: A CASE STUDY

Merlo, C.; Legardeur, J. // 2004
During early phases of product design projects, co-operation processes are quite informal and the confrontation of the different actors’ points of view leads to unstructured information exchanges. ...

COMMUNICATION AND KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN DISTRIBUTED ENGINEERING DESIGN

Vajna, S.; Marosvary, Z. // 2004
This paper deals mainly with the problems of sharing and managing knowledge in distributed engineering design processes. The paper presents a review of the evolution of engineering design work, and ...

CONCEPTUAL DESIGN - ENHANCEMENT OF A DESIGN ASSISTANT SYSTEM FOR LIGHTWEIGHT STRUCTURES

Hauck, C.; Meerkamm, H. // 2004
Aim of the actual research period within the collaborative research group 396 is to enhance the application area of an assistant system for lightweight components from the late design stages into the ...

COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS IN DESIGN FOR SAFETY

Fargnoli, M.; Ragone, E.; Tronci, M. // 2004
Since the beginning of 90's the European community has been committed to facing problems related to Machine Safety issuing new laws and standards aimed to reduce risks in workplaces. In spite of ...

DECISION SUPPORT FOR STRATEGIC PARTNER SELECTION IN COLLABORATIVE DESIGN AND INNOVATION

Hacklin, F.; Marxt, C. // 2004
Strategic partner selection in collaborative design and innovation is an issue with currently high demand from industry. Our project partner is seeking for operational assistance and decision support ...

DESIGNERS OR MANAGERS? NEW EMERGING FIGURES WITHIN ORGANISATIONS

Loi, D. // 2004
This paper looks at shared work environments and is divided into five parts. The first introduces the topic, providing some background. The second provides a theoretical framework, looking as ...

DEVELOPING COLLABORATION PRACTISES: MODELING THE COMPONENTS OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN NETWORK

Hakatie, A. // 2004
In many respects Industrial design (ID) is outsourced knowledge in the Finnish B-to-B engineering industry. More than occasionally attempts to integrate the external ID work result try-outs in which ...

EVALUATING THE ORGANIZATIONAL ROI OF DIFFERENT COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES

Kristensen, K.; Hildre, H. P.; Sivertsen, O.I.; Royrvik, J. // 2004
This paper proposes a modelling tool that evaluates the organizational ROI (return on investment) for different collaborative strategies. This decision-making tool has been developed to identify the ...

HOW INDUSTRIAL DESIGN INTERACTS WITH TECHNOLOGY – A CASE STUDY ON DESIGN OF A STONE CRUSHER

Kurvinen, E. // 2004
This paper takes an empirical look into industrial design (ID) in process and metal industry. The data is based on a case study of an ID pilot project at a company that is a market leader in mineral ...

IMPROVING PRODUCT DESIGN VIA A SHAPE GRAMMAR TOOL

Prats, M.; Garner, S.; Jowers, I.; Earl, C. // 2004
Modern computer methods of design provide a powerful tool for communicating design concepts in a quantitative manner, but lack the flexibility to allow designers freedom to thoroughly explore a ...

MERGING DESIGN ACTIVITIES AMONG DIFFERENT APPLICATION FIELDS: FROM MEDICINE AND CULTURAL HERITAGE TO INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Bandera, C.; Filippi, S.; Motyl, B. // 2004
The aim of this work is to define a uniform methodology for problem solving issues useful in different fields. Two processes related to medical field and cultural field have been analyzed in order to ...

MODELLING THE PROCESS OF CREATING A MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING IN DISTRIBUTED DESIGN TEAMS

Ruiz-Dominguez, G.; Boujut, J-F. // 2004
Cooperation is an important issue in design teamwork. This paper is an attempt to contribute a theoretical framework through the modelling of the process of creating a mutual understanding during ...

New developments in Fontys IPE-Projects

van Schenk Brill, D.; Kater, K. // 2004
Since 1995 IPD-projects have been carried out at the Fontys University of Higher Education. IPD stands for Integrated Product Development. In general the structure of those projects does not differ ...

PRECONCEPTIONS ABOUT DESIGN AMONG DESIGNERS AND CLIENTS

Lauche, K. // 2004
Preconceptions about design influence how designers see their own role and how clients and colleagues from other disciplines perceive them. Industrial designers in particular often feel that their ...

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