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    Sumic, Aldin
    et al.
    University of Skövde, School of Engineering Science.
    Slaattelia Larsson, Andrea
    University of Skövde, School of Engineering Science.
    UTVECKLING AV RÄDDNINGSUTRUSTNING FÖR SPINALSKADADE PATIENTER2014Independent thesis Basic level (university diploma), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    During the spring of 2014, Aldin Sumic and Andrea Slaattelia Larsson, two product design engineer students at University of Skövde carried out a product development project in cooperation with the company AB Germa. The aim of the project was to develop solutions to a conceptual "vacuum-scoop" by using Germas existing vacuum technology that is used to immobilize a patient with suspected spinal injury and integrate it into the existing scoop stretcher with its function to "scoop" a patient from the accident site. The aim of the project was also to reduce the number of patient transfers and to improve safety and quality in the rescue. One of Germas strategies, to compete on the market, is to launch two new products annually. Therefore, it was more desirable that, during the mission, bring out many ideas, gladly innovative ones, than get a fully functional solution in the end. The mission was carried out according to the product development methodology set based concurrent engineering to achieve this. Working with the methodology resulted that solutions were investigated and developed in parallel and were eliminated gradually if they, for some reason established deficiencies. The mission begins with a preliminary study and empirical data gathering, which included literature review, interviews and site visits to gain deeper knowledge of the subject. Using this, the functional analyzes and the standard EN-1865 the work was detailed and a set of requirements were made. Then an idea generation session started using various creative methods and complement. The drafts from the idea generation were of different character and quality. A selection session was used on a variety of ideas for distinguishing concepts which resulted in that the concept was excluded, grouped in terms of similarity or combine. Finally, there remained three working concept. The authors chose ignore the product development methodology to develop and detail design one of the three concepts for the final presentation - the concept that became known as the vacuumskop (vakuum scoop).

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