A new applied research collaboration between a research team from Mohawk College, located in Hamilton, ON, and Motsai will work on an electronic module the size of a postage stamp.
Connected devices will provide you with a lot of data on your company’s day-to-day operations and environment. Under one condition: they must have access to a reliable and affordable energy source.
It is hard to find a suitable manufacturing partner for your new product. The process is complex and costly as it involves many levels of analysis.
Having a prototype that works and doing the transition to the next step, which is your Engineering Validation and Test (EVT) unit, represents a lot of work, time, and money invested in your new product. Now that you have it on hand, you may think that th ...
After validating the technology, the design and the processes by which your product will be assembled, it is finally time for mass production. At this stage, you might feel like you are entering the final phase of the whole process, but if you want your ...
You cannot choose a partner to develop your product without explaining every detail about it. Leverage legal mechanisms to protect your inventions and selective disclosure.
Clarifying requirements and addressing those in a concise, clearly measurable and uniform manner seems like an additional step that will increase the overall delay in trying to sort them all out. It is quite the opposite.
Developing an idea is vastly different than selling thousands of units of a product. What most people estimate as the entire delay from idea to production is in fact the time it will take to transform your idea into a functional prototype.
Stabilizing the production process is the most fundamental element for creating high-quality products. A great idea will never become a great product if it cannot scale properly. Learn about how stabilization can make all the difference in creating a revolutionary new product.
Need to scale your production? Learn about how stabilization can make all the difference in creating a revolutionary new product.
Once they designed a new product, several companies can’t wait to see a minimum viable product, but there is a step right before it that must not be forgotten: the validation engineering tests, or EVT. Before you get a minimum viable product out there, a crucial step in the development process must not be forgotten: the validation engineering tests, or EVT.