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A posture prediction method for ergonomic assessment of user-product interactions while grasping using musculoskeletal human models

Hartmann, Carla; Wolf, Alexander; Miehling, Jörg; Wartzack, Sandro; // 2020
Using digital human models (DHMs) as the virtual representation of the human body enables the integration of ergonomic assessments in the product design process. Especially the use of DHMs in the ...

Data-Driven Engineering – Definitions and Insights from an Industrial Case Study for a New Approach in Technical Product Development

Trauer, Jakob; Schweigert-Recksiek, Sebastian; Onuma Okamoto, Luis; Spreitzer, Karsten; Mörtl, Markus; Zimmermann, Markus // 2020
Due to the evermore growing digitization in engineering, the term data-driven engineering has evolved over the last years. Yet, there is no unified definition of the term. The presented research is ...

Design thinking: guidelines for organizations

Ishio, Pedro; Gaspar, Ricardo; Gon // 2020
The objective of this paper is to iterate proposed functional guidelines for the assertive practice of design thinking in organizational environments, and therefore to promote innovation. Three ...

Do differences in educational culture affect the process and outcome of undergraduate design practice?

Almrott, Ceri (1); O'Kane, Colm (1); Tully, Robert (1); Buck, Lyndon (2) // 2020
Designers acknowledge that global organisations can have different ethoses and cultures which affect the way that they undertake the process of design and the products that they develop[1]. It is ...

EVOLUTIONS IN INTER-YEAR TEAM WORKING: A LONG-TERM CROSS-SECTIONAL VIEW

Green, Clare (1,2) // 2020
Despite continuous evolutions in both design methodology and the scope of design practice, team-working remains a core feature in much design activity. As design methodology expands beyond ...

FACILITATING DESIGN FOR THE UNKNOWN: AN INCLUSIVE INNOVATION DESIGN JOURNEY WITH A SAN COMMUNITY IN THE KALAHARI DESERT

Winschiers-Theophilus, Heike (1); Virmasalo, Veera (2); Samuel, Marly M. (1); Stichel, Brit (3); Afrikaner, Helena E. (1) // 2020
This paper presents a 2-year collaboration that explored how we as design researchers may support an isolated and marginalised indigenous San community to innovate technology products for affluent ...

FIXATION IN THE CREATIVE PRACTICES AND PERCEPTIONS OF INDEPENDENT CERAMIC DESIGNERS 

Sun, Qianang; Kim, Eunyoung // 2020
Fixation, as a mental activity, is usually discussed in the design process and creative expression. Several studies have conducted experiments aiming to find how to reduce the fixation in design ...

Initiatives towards a concurrent maintenance process

Sigsgaard, Kristoffer Vandrup; Agergaard, Julie Krogh; Mortensen, Niels Henrik; Hansen, Kasper Barslund; Soleymani, Iman; Khalid, Waqas // 2020
Maintenance costs are becoming increasingly important to running a profitable business. The foundation of lower costs is an effective maintenance process. Often the maintenance process is similar to ...

INTEGRATING SALES AND DESIGN: APPLYING CAD CONFIGURATORS IN THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

Poot, L. P., Wehlin, C., Tarkian, M. and Ölvander, J. // 2020

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 ...

LET’S HEAR CHILDREN’S VOICE. AN IMPLEMENTATION OF A DESIGN PROCESS MODEL TO UNDERSTAND CHILDREN’S VIEWS ON TANGIBLE INTERACTION

Cortés Orduña, Marta (1); Sánchez Milara, Iván (1); Kinnula, Marianne (2); Molin-Juustila, Tonja (2); Oikarinen, Anne-Marie (2); Riekki, Jukka (1) // 2020
Children provide innovative insights and perspectives when designing and evaluating prospective technologies and interaction methods. However, working with children as design informants requires ...

Linking a game-engine with CAD-software to create a flexible platform for researching extended reality interfaces for the industrial design process

Harlan, Jakob; Schleich, Benjamin; Wartzack, Sandro; // 2020
Driven by the need to develop highly complex products in short development cycles, many companies are aiming at fully digitized design workflows and continuous data and information flow. ...

Mass Distribution as an Approach for Designing Lightweight-Driven Product Architectures

Laufer, Felix; Roth, Daniel; Binz, Hansgeorg // 2020
Lightweight-design methods for the conceptual phase of the product-development process are becoming increasingly important due to their influence on products’ mass. Besides mass reduction, the ...

Methode für markenübergreifendes Produktdesign am Beispiel eines Akkumoduls

Fischer, Matthias Sebastian; Holder, Daniel; Reichelt, Florian; Kern, Franziska; Maier, Thomas; // 2020
Replaceable products for changing use in machines from different manufacturers confront industrial designers with new challenges. In contrast to classic products, a strong product uniqueness must be ...

Modelling and designing of the system properties based on characteristics and the degree of maturity on the example of a high pressure storage system

Duschek, Daniel; Michael Vielhaber, Michael // 2020
The product development process (PDP) in the automotive industry, from design to series production, is a complex process. Increasing customer requirements and growing competition lead to a shortening ...

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 ...

PROCESS FOR MAPPING CHALLENGES OF CROSS-BORDER MOBILITY IN THE BARENTS REGION

Suoheimo, Mari (1); Lusikka Toni (2) // 2020
There is a challenge in identifying problems in common to tackle them creatively and jointly in Mobility as a Service (MaaS) development. This all requires collaboration and commitment, which is a ...

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