Effects and Interactions of agile Principles in the Process of Mechatronic System Development: Building a basic Un- derstanding for adaptive Process Design

DS 101: Proceedings of NordDesign 2020, Lyngby, Denmark, 12th - 14th August 2020

Year: 2020
Editor: Mortensen, N.H.; Hansen, C.T. and Deininger, M.
Author: Albers, Albert; Heimicke, Jonas; Trost, Sebastian
Series: NordDESIGN
Institution: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Section: Robust Designs and Processes
Page(s): 12
DOI number: https://doi.org/10.35199/NORDDESIGN2020.22
ISBN: 9781912254088


Agile approaches mostly originate from the software branch and are based on its culture, thus creating various challenges in the culture of mechatronic system development. The approach of ASD - Agile Systems Design is based on 9 core principles for agile mechatronic system development. The operationalization of these principles leads to a situation- and demand-oriented degree of agility in the development process. For the purposeful implementation of the agile core principles, the effects they cause in the development process are to be understood and their interdependency examined.

Keywords: product development, uncertainty, process improvement, ASD – Agile Systems Design, Mechatronic System Development


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