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The Role of Technology Support Centres in stimulating Entrepreneurship and Innovation in SME Clusters
(University of Essex, 2006-09)
The Innovative Product Development Centre (IPDC) was established at the University of Wolverhampton in the West Midlands region of the UK with a mission “to help small and medium sized companies improve their business, ...
The Chain of Quality through Integrated Product Development
Today, it is almost impossible to find a manufacturer who has not been significantly influenced by the quality culture, but it is evident that some are doing more to improve their product quality than others are. The ...
Multi-Board Concept - A Scenario Based Approach for Supporting Product Quality and Life Cycle Oriented Design
This paper will describe the multi-board concept, which is a working approach for supporting life cycle oriented design and product quality. Aspects of this concept include construction of a common working environment where ...
Towards a New Framework for Product Development
(Technical University of Denmark., 2000)
In the mid-1980s, Andreasen and Hein first described their model of Integrated Product Development. Many Danish companies quickly embraced the principles of integrated product development and adapted the model to their ...
What is the new paradigm in product quality?
(Technical University of Denmark, 2000)
The current product quality paradigm is founded upon a customer-focused product development process, in which the functionality and behaviour of a product are designed to fulfil the needs of customers, and technological ...
A modular planar robotic manipulandum with end-point torque control.
Robotic manipulanda are extensively used in investigation of the motor control of human arm movements. They permit the application of translational forces to the arm based on its state and can be used to probe issues ranging ...