milind chitale
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TriReme Medical Singapore
Job Title
Sr Dev. Engineer
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Medical Device
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http://www.trirememedica.com
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product design, process development, jigs tools etc
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Involuntary Nervous system- basic Artificial Intelligence first step

Posted on November 7, 2017 at 1:08am 0 Comments

involuntary nervous system controls functions on which we dont have to "exert thought", or where in the brains neruronal activity is either totally disengaged or barely engaged if at all.

reaction to a fire, swatting a mosquito bite-site etc are typical involuntary responses. So is itching and probably yawning.

I have seen most AI systems are mimicking the central nervous system where in the brain processes information from nerves and responds with an…

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strategies incorporated into Product developement (part 6)

Posted on May 18, 2011 at 6:23pm 0 Comments

The existing strategies for New Product Development focus on the following aspects:

1-      Low product cost: Entire spectrum of activities in the product development concentrate on bringing the product cost down, and include value engineering, alternative materials, supply chain initiatives etc.

2-      Low Development cost: Focusing on innovating at low cost, by resorting to temp manpower, out sourcing development, platform technology, planned product upgrades…

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Consumer Product Design (Part 5)

Posted on May 8, 2011 at 8:36pm 0 Comments

what about the “packaging of technologies” into a product? Well, there is a small and very important slice of the development here, for in this 80-20 effort, the last 20 will make or break the product. How well is the ergonomics, how good is the interface, and how well is the feature bundle pu together? These answers will sell the product, not the 80 percent part which was bought off, uncustomized.

 

Oh by the way, the big smart guys have begun to customize their offers I case…

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Consumer Product Design (Part 4)

Posted on May 3, 2011 at 9:23pm 0 Comments

which methods will suit product development henceforth?



If we trend product development cycles over the last 50 odd years, we can see a progression from hit and miss; to specific targeted methods; on to creative and lateral thinking; and lately onto high technology computing for quick screening of ideas, then the hard prototype using various new RP methods.



Going forward, I believe the methods will be:

Specify the features

Alchemy the technology… Continue

Will there be any room for Innovators soon? (Consumer Product Development part 3)

Posted on April 24, 2011 at 11:47pm 0 Comments

Twenty years ago more than half of the world did not have color TV. Publicity was wide on radios, and in print, libraries made a living by just putting books and more books on the shelves. Children had play stuff made in simple colors, and there were almost no hand-held gaming consoles to tag along.

 

Today, we stare and wonder how to stop the onslaught of new TV technologies that erupt every month from the various combinations of 3D, LED,  4 COLOR and now are waiting for the…

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