2013 Steinbeis Engineering Day: Systems. Methods. Added Value.
An efficient product development process is indispensible in order to move from the idea for a new product past an often complex manufacturing process, and on to successful sale. The sequence of the individual sub-processes has to be coordinated, interactive factors have to be considered and the individual steps must be closely aligned with one another. The 2013 Steinbeis Engineering Study is taking an in-depth look at the criteria for successful product development processes. The study’s findings, as well as the resulting best practice examples, were presented at the 2013 Steinbeis Engineering Day. The event took place on April 17, 2013 at the House of Commerce in Stuttgart.
Experts from the Steinbeis Transfer Network, in addition to external speakers, addressed current issues from the area of product development in presentations throughout the event and highlight how they can be most effectively integrated into everyday work environments.
The aim of the Steinbeis Engineering Day, which took place for the second time since its launch in 2011, is to connect the fields of product engineering, process engineering und project engineering. The event takes place every two years within the scope of the Steinbeis Engineering Forum, the Steinbeis Transfer Network’s forum for transfer-oriented research and development. The forum brings parties involved in product development together to discuss current issues related to this core element in successful engineering and reveal future prospects.
The next Steinbeis Engineering Day will take place on 15 April 2015.