Interdisciplinary system architectures in agile modular development in the product generation development model using the example of a machine tool manufacturer
Proceedings of the Design Society 1: 1897-1906 (2021)
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Cambridge University Press
This paper considers the orientation of product development structures towards interdisciplinary system architectures using the example of a tool machine manufacturer. Due to the change from simple mechanical products to extensively designed systems, whose successful development requires the integration of all disciplines involved, it is analyzed which requirements there are for these interdisciplinary system architectures in today's development environment. In addition, it is validated on the basis of the investigation environment that interdisciplinary system structures are necessary for the development on the different levels of the system view. In doing so, the investigation environment addresses the concept of extracting customer-relevant features (systems) from a physical-tailored modular system (supersystem) in order to develop and test them autonomously, as well as to transfer them to the entire product range in a standardized manner. The elaboration identifies basic requirements for the development of a knowledge base in interdisciplinary system structures and places them into the context of an agile modular kit development.
Systems Engineering (SE), Multi-
Trans-disciplinary processes, Integrated product development, agile modular development, interdisciplinary modularization