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An Axiomatic Categorisation Framework for the Dynamic Alignment of Disparate Functions in Cyber-physical Systems

Byrne, Thomas J (1,2); Doikin, Aleksandr (1,2); Campean, Felician (1,2); Neagu, Daniel (1,2) // 2019
Advancing Industry 4.0 concepts by mapping the product of the automotive industry on the spectrum of Cyber Physical Systems, we immediately recognise the convoluted processes involved in the design ...

Automotive IVHM: Towards Intelligent Personalised Systems Healthcare

Campean, Felician (1); Neagu, Daniel (1); Doikin, Aleksandr (1); Soleimani, Morteza (1); Byrne, Thomas (1); Sherratt, Andrew (2) // 2019
Underpinned by a contemporary view of automotive systems as cyber-physical systems, characterised by progressively open architectures increasingly defined by their interaction with the users and the ...

CITIZEN SCIENCE DESIGN THE ROLE OF PRODUCT DESIGNERS: A STUDY CASE, INSECTIVOROS

Francisco Javier Serón Torrecilla // 2019
Citizen science, an open participatory approach is gaining a renewed impulse thanks to the digital revolution (Green Paper on Citizen Science, 2014), encouraging people for a scientific literacy and ...

Definition of a "sport-health" semantic space

Millet, Antoine (1,2,3); Abi Akle, Audrey (1); Masson, Dimitri (1); Legardeur, J // 2019
Product success depends on its capacity to meet users? expectations. Human Centred Design approach helps to reach this success by focussing on users? needs in the design process. These needs are as ...

DELIVERING A TOTAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION

Whitfield, Robert Ian; Duffy, Alex; Grierson, Hilary // 2019
The department of Design Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM) at the University of Strathclyde developed the concept of “Delivering Total Engineering” to capture the essence of the teaching, ...

Design for Health 4.0: Exploration of a New Area

Bause, Melania; Khayamian Esfahani, Bahar; Forbes, Hannah; Schaefer, Dirk // 2019
Driven by networked Electronic Health Record systems, Artificial Intelligence, real-time data from wearable devices with an overlay of invisible user interfaces and improved analytics, Health 4.0 is ...

Design interventions for promoting the mental health of young academics

Ma, Sanghyun; Ruensuk, Mintra; Kim, Chajoong // 2019
It is essential to graduate students to contribute researching in their academic field. Although it leads to the success of academic career path, the students are more at high risk of mental health ...

Designing for better healthcare: A systemic approach utilising behavioural theory, technology and an understanding of healthcare delivery systems

Nicholas W Ciccone, Francois Patou, and Anja M Maier // 2019
An ageing population leading to more chronic disease is straining healthcare systems. This paper makes two core contributions to healthcare systems design research: Firstly, a systemic ...

Employee acceptability of wearable mental workload monitoring in Industry 4.0: a pilot study on motivational and contextual framing

Van Acker, Bram B. (1,2); Conradie, Peter (1,2); Vlerick, Peter (1); Saldien, Jelle (1,2) // 2019
As Industry 4.0 will greatly challenge employee mental workload (MWL), research on objective wearable MWL-monitoring is in high demand. However, numerous research lines validating such technology ...

ENHANCEMENT OF COLLABORATION IN THE EARLY STAGE OF AN INTERDISCIPLINARY ENGINEERING AND DESIGN PROJECT: MAPPING GROUP DYNAMICS

Risnes, Martha; Mellema, Mirjam; Sherkat, Habib; Pinto-Orellanna, Marco // 2019
Health care systems are moving towards multidisciplinary patient-centered solutions. Team members can agree on high-level aspirations, but it does not imply that they will have conformity in specific ...

ENHANCING PARTICIPATION IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDENT TEAMS THROUGH THE USE OF TANGIBLE REPRESENTATIONS

Forshaug, Ann Kristin // 2019
Designers are to an increasingly extent working as facilitators and members of co-creative interdisciplinary teams. Interdisciplinary collaboration is needed when working with complex problems, and ...

KEEPING UP WITH COMPLEXITY

GULDEN, Tore; STØREN WIGUM, Kristin // 2019
The world population has increased exponentially. Accordingly, use of means, pressure on resources, new technology, and communication, all affects and are affected by the behaviour of the majority of ...

REDEFINING INDUSTRIAL DESIGN: RESPONDING TO EMERGING MODES OF PRACTICE

de Vere, Ian; Fennessy, Liam // 2019
The practice of Industrial Design is typically defined as the design of products for mass manufacture. Whilst this is a traditional endeavour for the Industrial Designer, such a narrow definition ...

Robotic care: a low cost design to assist therapy for brain stroke rehabilitation

Prieto, Pablo (1); Auat, Fernando (2); Escobar, Maria (2); Vallejos, Ronny (3); Maldonado, Paula (4); Larrain, Cristobal (4); Serey, Martin (1) // 2019
A low cost robotic-assisted prototype for finger and hand rehabilitation of people affected by a stroke is presented. The system was developed by a team of undergraduate students led by a Design ...

Spatial variability of human health impacts: application to a biorefinery process implementation

Bratec, Florian (1,2); Bratec, Tatiana (1); Marty, Pauline (1); Troussier, Nadege (1); Diaz-Pichardo, Rene (1,3) // 2019
More and more attention is paid nowadays to the human health concerns, associated with environmental problems arising from the fossil fuel use. The world scientific community offers new alternatives ...

Systematic literature reviews: an introduction

Lame, Guillaume // 2019
Systematic literature reviews (SRs) are a way of synthesising scientific evidence to answer a particular research question in a way that is transparent and reproducible, while seeking to include all ...

THE DELFT DESIGN FOR END OF LIFE LAB

Sonneveld, Marieke // 2019
Medical technology focuses on improving human health and longevity, both in individual cases and overall as humankind. From an individual perspective medical technology focuses on prolonging life as ...

Three approaches to design engineering in the health domain: a systemic perspective

Pannunzio, Valeria; Kleinsmann, Maaike; Snelders, Dirk // 2019
This paper proposes a categorization of existing approaches to healthcare-related engineering design based on systems thinking principles. Three existing approaches to healthcare-related engineering ...

ALL MEMBERS INCLUDED - EXAMPLES OF DESIGN COLLABORATION WITH JAPANESE SOCIAL WELFARE ORGANISATIONS THROUGH SHARED DESIGN METHODS AND PROCESSES

Laila Frances Cassim // 2018
In the last half-century, viewing disability as a social and human right enabled a raft of legislation achieving equal access to mainstream education, employment, and public services to be passed. ...

CIEL: COLLABORATIVE ENGAGEMENT TO REDUCE DEATHS FROM OPIATE OVERDOSE

Veres, Angelika Seeschaaf; Sellen, Kate; Chau, Wesley; Kerr, Helen // 2018
Themed around “design for health and wellness”, undergraduate industrial design and masters of health design students undertook a design challenge to create responses to the opioid crisis. Engaging ...

DESIGN FOR HEALTH: TOWARDS COLLABORATIVE CARE

Valentin-Hjorth, Julie Falck; Patou, Francois; Syhler, Nicholas; Dominguez, Helena; Maier, Anja // 2018
The design of novel healthcare delivery models better suited to address the burden of chronic diseases requires a thorough understanding of the foundational concepts of patient and healthcare ...

Designing for Wellbeing with Health Data Tracking – Maintaining the User Perspective in Objective Data

Togstad, Thea Marcelie; Alsos, Ole Andreas // 2018
With integrated sensors that become smaller, cheaper and more accurate every year, our personal devices can help predict disease and give health care professionals valuable data about each ...

DESIGNING MENTAL HEALTH DELIVERY SYSTEMS: DESCRIBING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SYSTEM COMPONENTS

Komashie, Alexander; Clarkson, P. John // 2018
A challenging area of healthcare delivery in the UK is mental health. There is a growing need to improve outcomes of care. This research is part of an ongoing study that brings Design and Systems ...

Evaluation of an Eco Audit tool - through an LCA of a novel car disc brake

Gradin, Katja Tasala; Åström, Anna Hedlund // 2018
Transport of goods and people is increasing and causing strains on the environment. Road vehicles emit exhaust and non-exhaust emissions. One significant contributor to non-exhaust emissions is ...

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