Product-Service Integration for Sustainable Solutions, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 3642308201
  • ISBN-13: 9783642308208
  • DDC: 658.5
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 660 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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"An Industrial Product-Service System is characterized by the integrated and mutually  determined planning, development, provision and use of product and service shares including its immanent software components in Business-to-Business applications and represents a knowledge-intensive socio-technical system." – Meier, Roy, Seliger (2010)Since the first conference in 2009, the CIRP International Conference on Industrial Product-Service Systems has become a well-established international forum for the review and discussion of advances, research results and industrial improvements. Researchers from all over the world have met at previous IPS² conferences in Cranfield (2009), Linköping (2010), Braunschweig (2011) and Tokyo (2012). In 2013, the 5th CIRP International Conference on Industrial Product-Service Systems is held in Bochum. Important topics of IPS² research presented at the conference are: planning and development, sustainability, business models, operation, service engineering, knowledge management, ICT, modeling and simulation, marketing and economic aspects as well as the role of the human in IPS².

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Tittle Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Keynotes.
2: The Future of Maintenance for Industrial Product-Service Systems.
3: The Structure of a Fully Integrated Production System for Industrial Services in the Machine Tool Business.
4: Toward Product-Service System Engineering: New System Engineering for PSS Utilization.
5: Planning and Development – Concept and Design.
6: Knowledge-Based Design Support System for Conceptual Design of Product-Service Systems.
7: Battleships: An Industrial Use-Case of ‘Playful’ Teaching IPS2 Concept Generation.
8: Extraction of Customers’ Potential Requirements Using Service Scenario Planning.
9: Analysis of Design by Customers: Customers Expectation as a Substitute for Design Knowledge.
10: Planning and Development – Networks.
11: Commercial Space Tourism – A Case of Applied Product-Service Systems Networks.
12: Towards Establishing Production Patterns to Manage Service Co-creation.
13: Towards a Reference Model of Information Exchange and Coordination in Facility Management Networks.
14: Planning and Development – Methods and Know-How Protection.
15: Systematic Approach to Formulate PSS Development Project Proposals in the Fuzzy Front End.
16: Timing and Targeting of PSS Methods and Tools: An Empirical Study amongst Academic Contributors.
17: Increased Raw Material Efficiency through Product-Service Systems in Resource-Intensive Production Processes? Barriers, Chances and an Assessment Approach.
18: Preventing Self-inflicted Product Piracy in Technical Product-Service Systems.
19: Planning and Development – Eco Design and Sustainability.
20: Managing Emotional Aspects of PSS Functionalities for Sustainability.
21: Economic and Environmental Impacts of Product Service Lifetime: A Life-Cycle Perspective.
22: Case Studies of Sustainable PSS Business Models for City Mobility.
23: Design Buckles to Facilitate Eco-design of Product-Service Systems.
24: Business Model – Design.
25: A Method for Exploring PSS Technologies Based on Customer Needs.
26: Business Models and Product Service Systems for Transformable, Modular Plants in the Chemical Process Industry.
27: Strategies for Extended Product Business Models in Manufacturing Service Ecosystems.
28: Functional Products: Business Model Elements.
29: Developing PSS Concepts from Traditional Product Sales Situation: The Use of Business Model Canvas.
30: Business Model – Implementation.
31: Challenges for PSS Implementation: Identification and Classification.
32: What Makes a PSS Supplier Successful – An Analysis of the Drivers.
33: Deciding on PSS: A Framework for PSS Strategies.
34: Operation.
35: An Indicator Framework for Monitoring IPS² in the Use Phase.
36: Dynamic Influences on Workforce Capacity Planning for IPS² Delivery.
37: Development of the IPS2 Factory Management.
38: Configurable Condition Monitoring Methods for Industrial Product Service Systems.
39: Service Engineering.
40: Quality-Oriented Risk-Management-Approach for Service Innovations.
41: Product Service Systems Design Focusing on System Aspect: Total Value Creation for Various Stakeholders.
42: Development and Evaluation a Novel Service Productivity Model.
43: Service Shares for Microfactory to Ensure Industrial Product-Service Systems.
44: Strategy and Sustainability.
45: Structuring Industrial Service Solutions.
46: Investigating the Sustainability of Product and Product-Service Systems in the B2C Industry.
47: Environmental and Economic Contribution of Design Changes in Integrated Product Service Offerings.
48: Knowledge Management.
49: Knowledge Sharing in Product Development – Delimitations of a White Paper Approach.
50: Experience Feedback Using Social Media: From the Product Lifecycle Phases to the Design Practices.
51: The Requirement Analysis and Knowledge Management Methodologies in a Product Service System.
52: IPS²-KOP: IPS² Knowledge-Based Service-Oriented Lifecycle Management Platform.
53: Software and Information Systems.
54: Effectiveness of Color-Coded CAD Models Value Visualization in PSS Conceptual Design.
55: Functional Specification for IPS²-Execution Systems.
56: General Data Model for the IT Support for the Integrated Planning and Development of Industrial Product-Service Systems.
57: A Computational Support for Abduction in Product-Service Systems Design.
58: Modeling and Simulation.
59: Computer-Aided Service Design for the Development of Product-Service Systems Ð Motivation and Benefits.
60: Energy Service Companies for Office Lighting: Characterization and Economic Potential.
61: Modeling of Flexibility within Dynamic IPS² Business Models Ð A Conceptual System Dynamics Case Study.
62: Marketing and Economic Aspects – Lifecycle Perspective.
63: The Real Nature of Industrial Product Service Systems.
64: Calculation of Maintenance Costs on Poor Data Basis and Implementation in Industrial Practice.
65: Lifecycle Oriented Flexibility Assessment of Customized Solutions in Capital Goods Industry: A State of the Art.
66: The Human Factor.
67: Preparing University Graduates for ProductService Work Environments.
68: Preventing Erroneous Operator Behavior and Supporting Optimal Operating Procedures within Industrial Product-Service Systems.
69: A Rating for Customer Participation during the Process of Service Co-creation.
Author Index.