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Balakrishnan, Vignesh Balakrishnan (author)
Intending to implement a data-enabled design approach to use this data in their creative design process, Ford established a research collaboration with the faculty of Industrial Design Engineering at the Delft University of Technology. As part of the collaboration, several lines of research were carried out, like data strategy, data...
master thesis 2022
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Ho, Chia-Yu (author)
Designing with data helps the service providers to monitor and gain deeper insights from users. However, there are not many design methods of data-enabled design for most design teams to rely on. This research focuses on the early exploratory phase of the design process. The goal was to find a solution that could assist in contextualizing the...
master thesis 2022
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mellado cruz, Déborah (author)
Ford aims to implement a data-enabled design approach, using data to inspire and inform the whole creative process. In this context, in 2020, they took a step to reach this goal by setting up a University Research Project with the Industrial Design Faculty at Technology University of Delft, proposing data visualisation as one of the research...
master thesis 2021
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Spalburg, Tiara (author)
This report describes the development of the Ford Concreate, a data immersion toolkit designed for the Innovation Management for Smart Vehicle Concepts team (design team) of Ford’s Research and Innovation Centre Aachen. The collaborative data physicalisation toolkit consists of three elements: an instruction process, the physicalisation tool and...
master thesis 2021
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Jansen, Pim (author)
This report describes the development of an implementation strategy for using data in the design process of a design team at the RIC of Ford in Aachen. The implementation strategy consists of a card set and a poster to show contemporary developments in using data in the design process, a service concept, a practical tool kit to start using the...
master thesis 2021
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Kim, yeun (author)
It is our human nature to create, and we must continue to create what we need in a constantly changing world. This project was also started by a world that turned because of Covid-19. Due to the Coronavirus, the online environment's importance is increasing, and a digital transformation is happening worldwide. Under these circumstances, when we...
master thesis 2021
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Los, Marjolein (author)
Ford is facing new competitors and changes in their market. To stay relevant, they have to deal with collaboration to solve complex problems, new technologies that enable new value propositions and a shift from products to services. Service design seemed like a promising approach to deal with those challenges and to come up with new services in...
master thesis 2020
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Heinen, Clement (author)
Ford democratised mobility in the early 1900s by providing the freedom to move for a broad audience. We are on the verge of a mobility revolution that could once again change the way we spend our time, allocate urban areas and shape communities. Cities evolved around the car and people started to realize this might not be the cities they want to...
master thesis 2019
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Schalkers, Emma (author)
Changing mobility Mobility is one of the fundamentals of our society and for the first time since the introduction of the automobile in the 1900s, we face a disruptive change in our mobility ecosystem. The rise of autonomous technology will allow us to get from a to b while being able to do other activities on the go. Challenges in change...
master thesis 2019
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Strauss, Lara (author)
Autonomous driving technologies are expected to revolutionize the way people will
experience travel time and interact with new means of transportation. Simultaneously, the consumer mind-set is found shifting from the desire to own towards gathering meaningful experiences and having access to services and goods on demand. Thus, it its proposed...
master thesis 2018
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