Developing design methods can be described as a process similar to product development processes. Following agile approaches is worthwhile in order to identify relevant requirements of potential users at early stages of method's maturity. Live-Labs, as a controllable research environment located between laboratory and field studies, provide an environment whose results are neither too specific nor too generic. In this paper, an agile development of a method for process planning depending on product attributes is presented.
Poster presented at the 2018 Marie Curie conference: https://www.mariecuriealumni.eu/events/2018-mcaa-conference-general-assembly showcasing Open Innovation using different schemes between a large enterprise and a university.
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