Product design and development in Academia, Industry and Sports practice - pitfalls & factors for success?
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Various types of technologies are being developed around the globe within academic, industry and sports specific contexts. Of course, those different type of R&D and innovation projects go hand in hand with some challenges and opportunities.
In academia, the (prototyped) technology might be very accurate and reliable, but not very useful or scalable. Further, industry led products might look really nice and function well, but maybe lack crucial validation. Finally, from a sports and user perspective, some tools already may cover certain needs, but e.g. require further optimization and personalization.
Whatever technology type (sensor systems, platforms, …), context (professional, amateur,...) or use case (injury prevention, performance training, return to play,...), there isn't that one perfect path to success from development to implementation, so: what can be learned from previous experiences in this regard? Or in other words: how could better processes and collaboration models lead to better products in the end?
Together with 3 panelists, we'll look at which methods can best be used and which issues still need to be tackled if we want to see well-functioning and highly effective solutions available on the market and used in the field.
Get ready for an interactive webinar where you can ask any questions you might have.
We'll be welcoming: