Globally operating companies have realized that locally customized products and services are today the prerequisite for the success. The capability or the paradigm to act locally in global markets is called Mass Customization [Victor 1997]. The prerequisite for Mass Customization is Configuration Management and i Configuration Management the most important means is Modularisation.The goal of this paper is to show Configuration Management as a contribution to the Mass Customisation and Modularisation as a contribution to the industrialisation of the design area [Andreasen 1997]. A basic model for the creation of a structured product family is presented and examples are given. The concepts of a novel Dynamic Modularisation method, Metrics for Modularisation and Design for Configurability are presented.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings "NordDesign '98"|
|Place of Publication||Stockholm|
|Publication status||Published - 1998|
|Event||NordDesign '98 - Stockholm, Sweden|
Duration: 26 Aug 1998 → 28 Aug 1998
|Period||26/08/1998 → 28/08/1998|