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PROTOTYPE TO PRODUCT. A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR GETTING TO MARKET
Título:
PROTOTYPE TO PRODUCT. A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR GETTING TO MARKET
Subtítulo:
Autor:
COHEN, A
Editorial:
O´REILLY
Año de edición:
2015
ISBN:
978-1-4493-6229-4
Páginas:
438
31,50 € -10,0% 28,35 €

 

Sinopsis

Product development is the magic that turns circuitry, software, and materials into a product, but moving efficiently from concept to manufactured product is a complex process with many potential pitfalls. This practical guide pulls back the curtain to reveal what happens-or should happen-when you take a product from prototype to production.

For makers looking to go pro or product development team members keen to understand the process, author Alan Cohen tracks the development of an intelligent electronic device to explain the strategies and tactics necessary to transform an abstract idea into a successful product that people want to use.

Learn 11 deadly sins that kill product development projects
Get an overview of how electronic products are manufactured
Determine whether your idea has a good chance of being profitable
Narrow down the product's functionality and associated costs
Generate requirements that describe the final product's details
Select your processor, operating system, and power sources
Learn how to comply with safety regulations and standards
Dive into development-from rapid prototyping to manufacturing
Alan Cohen, a veteran systems and software engineering manager and lifelong technophile, specializes in leading the development of medical devices and other high-reliability products. His passion is to work with engineers and other stakeholders to forge innovative technologies into successful products.



Chapter 1The 11 Deadly Sins of Product Development
The Fundamental Principle of Product Development
The Vice of Laziness
The Vice of Assumption
The Vice of Fuzziness
The Vice of Cluelessness
The Vice of Perfectionism
The Vice of Hubris
The Vice of Ego
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 2Development Process Overview
Don't Panic!
Product Development Life Cycle Overview
A Great Idea
Preliminary Planning: Does This Make Sense?
First Reality Check
Detailed Product Definition, a.k.a. Surprise Management
Second Reality Check: Go or No Go?
Detailed Development
Manufacturing
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 3How Electronic Products Are Manufactured
Manufacturing Overview
Supply Chain
Building Circuits: PCB Assembly
Test
Final Assembly
Final Functional Test
Packaging
More, and Less
The People Stuff: Factory Culture
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 4Preliminary Planning: Can This Be a Success?
Introducing MicroPed
Can It Make Money?
Can We Develop It?
Go? No Go?
Chapter 5Detailed Product Definition
Phase Overview
Iteration
The Road Ahead: An Overview
So, What Will It Do? Specifying Our Product
From What, to How and Who
Technical Risk Reduction
Updated COGS Estimate
Go/No Go: Redux
Resources
Chapter 6Detailed Development
Detailed Development Process
System Integration
Testing
Moving into Manufacturing
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 7Smart Platforms: Processors
Low-End Microcontrollers
Middling Microcontrollers/Processors
Big Iron: Desktop- and Server-Class Processors
Other Hardware Platforms
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 8Smart Platforms: Operating Systems
Board Support Packages (BSPs)
RTOSes
Middleweight OSes
Heavyweight OSes
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 9Powering Our Product
Batteries
Wall Outlets: AC-to-DC Power Conversion
DC-DC Power Conversion
System-Level Power Design
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 10Staying Safe: Regulations, Standards, Etc.
Regulatory Fundamentals
Navigating US Regulations
European Regulations
Batteries at 35,000 Feet
ITAR
Quality Systems and ISO 9001
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 11Writing Requirements That Work
Requirements Versus Goals Versus Specifications
Why Requirements?
The Case Against Requirements
Writing Good Requirements
Positive Requirements Versus Lurking Requirements
Communicating Requirements
Great Requirements Come from Great Participation
Maintaining Requirements
Final Thoughts
Resources
Chapter 12Meta-Stuff: Project Planning and Infrastructure
Project Planning
Project Management
Issue Tracking
Change Management
Final Thoughts
Resources