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Cambridge Consultants work with many leading brands to develop products that change the game. World leading products are taken from concept, through proof of concept, followed by prototyping and on to full manufactured products in our innovative product development cycle. Our engineering, life sciences, electronics and wireless labs provide a rich working environment to support […]
There are many chllenges in Innovative Product Development. To be successful involves a multidisciplinary collaboration involving marketing, engineering, sales, manufacturing and quality. For a product to be successful, it has to be the right product at the right price that fits with the brand positioning of the organisation. The discussions that define what product is […]
I used to love my old Nokia 6300. And let’s face it so did many of us; it was a product that sold in serious volume. So I couldn’t help feel a little sad when I read the BBC headline that the company was about to shed another 10,000 jobs. Not for the first time, …
A number of recent reports have highlighted the potential vulnerability of medical implants to hacker attack. It is undoubtedly possible to produce radio linked devices for many applications that are vulnerable to attack and vulnerability tends to increase for battery powered devices because some cryptographic and authentication functions use significant energy.
A growing theme in innovative product developments of the last decade is exploiting the benefits of connection. The public has shown time and again that it values the convenience of connection very highly. But there is a sometimes implicit trade-off. For instance, the rise of internet banking has been a gold mine for organised crime. The […]
As an innovative product development company we get involved – not surprisingly – with all sorts of new product development; from coffee machines through to cardiac monitors. But once in a while, we have to develop products that can work truly on the edge…. in some of the most inhospitable places in the world, and […]
One of the progenitors of innovative wireless product development is the adoption of new standards …The first radio concept along these lines is the use of the white space in the TV spectrum on allocation and time dependent basis to provide services such as rural broadband and yesterday we sent the first tweet over a white space link from our building at Cambridge Consultants to a subscriber terminal in Cottenham.
New innovative product development has many engineering challenges, but most projects that fail won’t fail for engineering reasons, they’ll fail for business or organizational reasons. So how do you reduce these risks?
When you work in an innovative product development culture, you get immersed in a whole range of cool, exciting, and sometimes funky new products and technology. However, it struck me last night that there is an unsung hero in nearly every office. One that we take for granted and never offer a moments thought to. And yet without its development as a product, our working lives would be very different.
So you are planning to conduct a new product development. You’ve quite a number of choices:
You could in source – i.e.do it yourself if you have the capability
You could in source the design but augment your team