Mr.Vasantha Kumar Narayan, Cyclotis Software Solution, Bangalore
Ms. I. Manimozhi, Assoc. Prof. and HOD – CSE, MVJCE, Bangalore}
Ms. Premalatha, Asst. Prof. and HOD – EEE, MVJCE, Bangalore
Mr. Naveen B, Asst. Prof. – Mechanical Engineering, MVJCE, Bangalore
Venue: Smt. Rajalakshmi Seminar Hall, MVJ College of Engineering
The Student Development Programme 4, on ‘FOUNDATION SKILL IN INTEGRATED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (FSIPD)’ began at 8.30 am, on 14th March 2019, at Smt. Rajalakshmi Seminar Hall, MVJCE. The SDP4 on FSIPD was conducted from 14th March 2019 to 16th March 2019 and on 30th March 2019, every day, in the campus. The progamme commenced on an auspicious note, with a video clip of the FSIPD Journey, right from 2016.
The occasion was graced by FSIPD student Trainers Mr. Ravi Bagdi (CSE) and Ms. Kanika (CSE). They shared their experience in SDP 1 and SDP 2.
Addressing the gathering, Prof. I. Manimozhi, (Associate Professor – Department of Computer Science Engineering) extended a hearty welcome to the staff members, students and participants of the programme. She shared her experience on faculty prototypes and student prototypes. She motivated the students to keep up the passion of learning, and doing the projects through various activities. She also emphasized on the collaboration of Industry and Academia, through projects.
Ms. Naveen B, Asst. Prof. (Mech.), explained that the core of Engineering is problem-solving, by giving real world examples. He addressed that the Student Development Programme is designed to look into these gaps and seek possible solutions. He has attended the product design workshop in NIT, and he acknowledged his skill-enrichment through this kind of development programme. Ms. Premalatha (EEE) stated that this SDP is a starting push, towards integrating different knowledge minds across various disciplines.
The Inauguration proceedings concluded with the division of the teams from different disciplines, by the FSIPD Trainers.
The SDP of Day 1 was covered under 5 Sessions. First 3 sessions were on making a project, and the next 2 sessions dealt with the project done.
The SDP aimed at setting the new standards for knowledge sharing between the industry and the educational institutions, and has contributed significantly towards strengthening the Product development as per industry standard.
The Speakers gave a brief overview on how the product is developed, and also on factors affecting product decision.
The forenoon session ended with ‘Cost of Defects’ and ‘Terms and Definitions of Requirement Engineering’
There was also a discussion on four case studies of Requirement Engineering by all the faculty members. After that, they were grouped into 4, and each group was given one case study to work on and present.
PESTLE analysis products are:
This SDP Program of Day 2 was also divided into 5 Sessions. The first 3 sessions were on making the voice of customers and in the next 2 sessions, the projects done were discussed.
The Topics that were covered:
Ms. Premalatha (EEE) mainly focused on System–Level Requirements and discussed about the Case Study: ‘Mr. BIN Project’.
Some of the responses from faculty members for the Case Study were listed out:
Further, a discussion was held on the topic ‘How do we reduce Ticketing Time?’ Some of the responses were:
The forenoon session ended with a discussion on the needs and features of ‘Vending Machines for Tickets’.
The topics covered were:
The Components of Subsystem of ‘Vending Machine for Tickets’ were discussed by all the faculty members. After this, the participants were divided into 5 groups, and each group was asked to explain a given Component on drawing sheets.
SRS prototypes are:
A quiz was conducted to identify the trademarks of various products and on their competitors and marketing challenges.
On Day 3, the SDP Program was covered under 4 Sessions. The first two sessions were on Design issues of Product Development. The third session was on Validations and Verifications. And the last session was on the proposal of the Product, done by MVJCE faculty members.
Morning Session: 8:30 am to 12:45 pm
The focus of the speakers in this session was mainly on ‘How to design the products, based on Industrial Design’. The following points were addressed:
There was also an intense discussion on the following Case Studies:
Speakers analyzed real time issues of all the products, and faculty members were also told to discuss the issues related to each product.
Some other concepts related to Industrial Designs that were discussed:
Speakers analyzed Real time issues of all products and faculty members were given a task to discuss the issues related to each product:
SOME OTHER CONCEPTS DISCUSSED RELATING TO INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS:
All the proposals were Reviewed and Accepted by the speakers, for the next level of design.
Mr.Vasantha Kumar Narayan, Cyclotis Software Solution, Bangalore
Morning Session: 8.30 am to 1:00 pm
Evaluation process procedure:
Stage 1: Problem Statement
Voice of the Customer / Customer needs
Competitor Analysis – Solutions already available
Unique selling proposition
Human Resource Requirement
Budget for development
SAMPLE PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS
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Bamboo Reinforced Concrete
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Smart Swatch Bharath Waste Management System
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The major objectives of a stationary pneumatic refuse collection system are: