Manufacturing is an essential step in a new product launch that requires a thoughtful strategy. In this stage, teams define a manufacturing strategy, create a development schedule, and built units to test.
Learn how to apply Agile frameworks to hardware product development in a lively conversation between experts: Agile Hardware Coach Bernie Maloney, Product Realization Group’s founder Michael Keer and Engineering Practice Lead Jay Feldis.
In the last blog post, we discussed why Design for Excellence (DfX) is important to your business. Building on several important concepts, this blog will focus on the Product Development phase and discuss how incorporating Agile principles can improve and accelerate your hardware product development process.
Design for Excellence (DfX) is a holistic approach to designing a hardware product that takes into account how the product is made at scale. In addition to understanding your manufacturing plan and target costs, there are six categories to consider: assembly, cost, manufacturing, test, service, and supply chain.
PRG is a Silicon Valley based firm specializing in electronic hardware product development and project management. Our hands-on experts help technology and medical device companies navigate the transition from engineering to volume manufacturing.