New book: MEMS Product Engineering – Best Practices for Cooperative Development

MEMSProductEngineeringSpringer publishers just have published a new book on MEMS Product Engineering including a foreword from Karen Lightman, Executive Director of the MEMS Industry Group. Dirk Ortloff of Process Relations et al. have extended the results of the FP7 project CORONA into this book which provides the methodological background to directing cooperative product engineering projects in a micro and nanotechnology setting. The methodology is based on well-established methods like PRINCE2 and StageGate, which are supplemented by best practices that can be individually tailored to the actual nature and size of the project at hand.

The book is available via AmazonSpringer(including several free extracts), etc.

Whitepaper: Make compliance fulfillment count double
The need for compliance fulfillment, like ISO quality assurance, information governance, etc., has arrived in R&D. If you like it or not in more and more industries the development of new products is regulated and you need to think early on about how to fulfill all the documentation and other compliance requirements. But this whitepaper is not about how to do that – it is about how you gain more out of the compliance initiative in your company than just compliance fulfillment.
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Whitepaper: The MIG Technology Development Process Template
Product development in the MEMS industry is in most cases a collaborative effort of several independent companies across the value chain. This collaboration is accompanied by pitfalls arising from the distribution of tasks and knowledge as well as the interdependencies between the different product parts.


camLine GmbH finalizes acquisition of the software XperiDesk from company Process Relations GmbH
Petershausen, 3rd of March 2014: camLine GmbH, a provider of manufacturing software solutions, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of the XperiDesk software suite and related IP of the Process Relations GmbH. Their two founders Dr. Dirk Ortloff and Dr. Jens Popp, have joined the camLine team and will continue to develop and market XperiDesk as a highly innovative Process Development Execution System (PDES).
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Neue oder verbesserte Produkte zu entwickeln und auf dem Markt zu platzieren ist die Basis für nachhaltige Unternehmensentwicklung. Drei Anforderungen sind entscheidend für erfolgreiche Innovationsprozesse:
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  • - Markt- und Gesellschaftsentwicklungen: Trends erkennen, Veränderungen in bestehenden Märkten analysieren, neue Märkte schaffen
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