For those who sincerely think HOW to innovate
I was reading about battery as one of the key barriers for mobile technology evolution. The capacity of battery has increased only 2 times in last 10 years whereas processing speed has gone 12 folds up. Here is a graph I came across showing Battery evolution with time.
I am just wondering, what is actually changing over time. Does it follow the TRIZ laws of technology evolution? At least two major trends I know
1. Increasing Contrability…Continue
Added by Tushar Kanikdale on June 20, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
If Evolution is continous then resources must be infinite. Othewise Evolution should stop at some economic juncture.
Let's take an example using a simple economic analysis. Let's say If we are left with only 100 units of energy in universe. Making it simple , let's say 100 units of petrol.
Here are few assumptions
#Let's say 40 units are required to covert to electric car.
#Let's say a car with electric motor delivers 20% higher fuel economy. Or in…Continue
Read about Cloud Computing and learnt that it is a solution which seperates the function of computing (Heavy Lifting job) and Display. This is like combining / integrating CPU of all the computers to form a Cloud and providing user with only User interface connected to Cloud through internet. This reduces the Cost as user will only pay for services (ex: 3D modelling) being used with hourly based rates. Second , size of devises is reduced as it's function is to only display information. Of…Continue
Added by Tushar Kanikdale on November 26, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Here is the LINKED_IN discussion with multiple links highlighting evolution of TRIZ contradiction matrix. The ARIZ 85 C, Darrel mann's article on upgraded matrix and Sciencedirect paper on STEPS (Systematic Tool for Efficient Problem Solving) are worth reading articles. Hope this will help you to get latest updates.
Added by Tushar Kanikdale on March 27, 2012 at 3:30pm — No Comments
This is a simple problem where Load Capacity of a vertical bar needs to be increased without increasing Lateral areas and Material. There is one proposed solution as shown below. I would like to check two things with you
1. Is the solution proposed really resolves the contradiction? (Load Capacity Vs Crossectional Area)
2. If yes, Which TRIZ principle helps to think of solution like this?
Added by Tushar Kanikdale on February 28, 2012 at 6:30pm — No Comments
We are seeing ever increasing complexity in today’s life. What comes to help are the principles and theories which combines millions observation into single discipline It’s like this if I know law of gravity then I don’t have to study and monitor curvilinear path for every projectile motion on the earth. I can simply draw…Continue
Inline with TRIZ Principle, we can devise a simple rule to understand and appreciate any product or technology we come across. I mentioned about the rule and it's application for Automotive technologies at the link below.
Hope you will like it
Added by Tushar Kanikdale on September 28, 2011 at 8:49pm — No Comments
Being in Pune I am just taking the case of local public bus transport however I am sure this applies to any general transport meant for public. The public road transport service (PMPML) in Pune although wide spread across the city is not the certainly the most profitable with it's fixed frequency schedule and a assumption that affordability of this transport is same for all commuters from all sections and classes.
Think of the peak traffic periods, where demand…Continue
Added by Tushar Kanikdale on September 25, 2011 at 11:00am — No Comments
What makes you most uncomfortable taking the decision?...................
..............And the simplest answer could be "No clear idea of future outcome and events". Although probability helps us to provide possibilities in future it doesn't tell in any way the exact future outcome. If the coin is tossed, there is equal probabilty for head and tale however can someone tell the exact outcome. And that's where the whole uncertainity is. I believe the most successful people have ability…Continue
Added by Tushar Kanikdale on May 17, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
PRINCIPLE: The best decision ensures Highest Ideality Future Outcome for situation under consideration.
Note: The ideality for the short term and long term future may be different and needs judging on what is desired.
Added by Tushar Kanikdale on May 16, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Product : A new perspective
Lets me start with the question before going on to principles (not techniques) of product design
What is meant by the successful product?
I talked to few people around and recieved the following consistent answers..
1.A successful product is what organizes produces to earn profits
2. A successful product is what customers wants and are ready to buy