: Shuo Fang Liu, Meng Hsuan Lee
This study aims at developing prospective electric vehicles, proposing a complete development procedure. We begin with SET trend analysis to explore future opportunity points, centering on Quality Function Deployment (QFD), integrating with Kano’s Model and Scenario to increase accuracy for transforming customer requirements into design requirements. After executing the procedure, we not only obtain innovation concept of “Motherboard Smart Light Electric Vehicle”, but also propose a systematic procedure for innovation product development.
:Electric Vehicle, Quality Function Deployment, Kano’s Model, SET Trend Analysis, Scenario.
Shuo Fang Liu, Meng Hsuan Lee,Research on Prospective Innovation Design of Smart Electric Vehicle, Advances in Industrial Engineering and Management, Vol.2, No 2,pp. 63-67, 2013
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