Research paper published in Proceedings of IPS2 – CIRP Industrial Product-Service Systems Conference 2009.
Framed by Product-Service Systems (PSS), this paper discuss how needs and requirements are applied in early phases. In product development literature these and closely related terms are mixed, and a focus on gathering customer information about goods and their use guides the development team. This theoretical study highlights that lifecycle commitments such as PSS insist on the generation of a broader information basis. The application of a divergent view on goods, their use and the customers is likely to provide such information basis. The discussion provides a proposal of a simple model to set needs and requirements in relation.
- Product-Service Systems, Needs, Requirements, Engineering Design, Early Development Phases
- Ericson, Å., T. Larsson, R. Stark. (2009). Product-service systems – from customer needs to requirements in early development phases. Conference: IPS2 – CIRP Industrial Product-Service Systems Conference 2009, Cranfield, United Kingdom, April 1, 2009 – April 2, 2009.
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