Browsing 1st CIRP Industrial Product-Service Systems (IPS2) Conference, 2009 by Publication Date

Browsing 1st CIRP Industrial Product-Service Systems (IPS2) Conference, 2009 by Publication Date

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  • Brintrup, Alexandra Melike; Ranasinghe, D. C.; Kwan, S.; Parlikad, A.; Owens, K. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    The “intelligent object” paradigm first occurred in holonic manufacturing, where objects managed their production. The “self-serving asset” is a further evolution of those early concepts from manufacturing to usage phase. ...
  • Gegusch, R.; Geisert, C.; Hoege, B.; Stelzer, C.; Roetting, M.; Seliger, G.; Uhlmann, E. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    The use models of Industrial Product-Service Systems are based on the idea of offering functionality, availability or results. This paper proposes a concept for multimodal user support in interaction with condition monitoring ...
  • Torney, M.; Kuntzky, K.; Herrmann, C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    As service development is a complex and interdisciplinary issue, service research has been conducted in numerous disciplines and sectors. As a result, different approaches containing manifold models, methods, and tools ...
  • Schuh, G.; Gudergan, G. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Unique customer solutions which integrate products and services into a high value offering have the potential to successfully differentiate from competition even prices are dictating product markets. However, companies ...
  • Schweitzer, E.; Mannweiler, C.; Aurich, J. C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Industrial Product-Service Systems (PSS) are realized within the value creation network of the PSS-provider in close cooperation with customers. Thereby, the organizational and operational structure of the value creation ...
  • Lindahl, M.; Sakao, T.; Sundin, E.; Shimomura, Y. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Product/Service Systems have recently grown in manufacturers’ interest. This paper presents an international survey of manufacturers from Sweden, Japan, Italy and Germany. The results show that customer connection and ...
  • Ajai, O.; Tiwari, Ashutosh; Alcock, Jeffrey R. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Informatics related to point-of-care devices denotes the ability to translate stand-alone biological data into meaningful information that can be interpreted to enable and support users in taking the most appropriate steps ...
  • Kim, Y. S.; Wang, E.; Lee, S. W.; Cho, Y. C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Product-service systems (PSS) can give diverse value provision to consumers reflecting their individual needs, while also addressing multiple issues from manufacturers’ viewpoints. We propose graph and ontological ...
  • Matyas, K.; Rosteck, A.; Sihn, W. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Industrial Services adapted to the requirements of the customers and aligned with the specifications of the physical products are becoming increasingly important for companies in the engineering industry in order to remain ...
  • Meselhy, K. T.; ElMaraghy, H. A.; ElMaraghy, W. H. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Failures are the primary triggers for repair and maintenance actions. A clear definition of failure events is important in order to improve maintainability and serviceability. A comprehensive complexity-based mathematical ...
  • Sundin, E.; Ölundh Sandström, G.; Lindahl, M.; Öhrwall Rönnbäck, A.; Sakao, T.; Larsson, T. C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    In Sweden, there are a growing number of manufacturers that are using the approach of industrial product/service systems. This paper explores how manufacturers and university researchers have started a workshop series where ...
  • Meier, H.; Uhlmann, E.; Krug, C. M.; Völker, O.; Geisert, C.; Stelzer, C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    This article describes how an IPS² network should be build up by considering the dynamic behavior of the IPS² along its life-cycle. How the network partner could participate and how they allocate their capacities will be ...
  • Gerosa, M.; Taisch, M. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    The need to integrate service providers into an existing customer supply chain requires the collective know-how of the coordination mode, including the ability to synchronize interdependent processes, to integrate ...
  • Akiyama, Y.; Shimomura, Y.; Arai, T. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Recently, the importance of service has been emphasized in various industries. However, few studies have focused on service design in spite of its great relevance. This paper proposes a methodology for service design, which ...
  • Cassina, J.; Cannata, A.; Taisch, M. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    The aim of this work is to define new business opportunities through the concept of Extended Product Lifecycle Management (ExtPLM), analysing its potential implementation within a Service Oriented Architecture. ExtPLM ...
  • Schmitt, R.; Schumacher, S.; Scharrenberg, C. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Compared to industrial firms, the market share of foreign companies in the Chinese service industry is rather low. Especially western small and medium-sized service providing enterprises face different problems when they ...
  • Khumboon, R.; Kara, S.; Manmek, S.; Kayis, S. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    This paper presents a combination of selling service and life time extension strategy which has previously been proposed by others but with no supporting environmental impact assessment. It aims at evaluating rental ...
  • Baines, Tim S.; Lightfoot, Howard (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Servitization is now widely recognised as the process of creating value by adding services to products. Since this term was first coined in the late 1980s it has been studied by a range of authors who have specifically sought ...
  • Meier, H.; Krug, C. M. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Industrial Product-Service Systems (IPS²) provide the best value in use for the customer. The high demand for this product model in the future, will lead to a high number of service deliveries. These service deliveries need ...
  • Cheung, J. M. W.; Scanlan, J. P.; Wiseall, S. S. (Cranfield University Press, 2009-04-01)
    Demand is increasing in aero-engine products for better efficiency and environmental performance whilst keeping the cost low. Unlike performance, the physics behind cost is least understood. This paper presents a proposed ...

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