Cyberinfra Product Concept and its Prototyping Strategies

Cyberinfra Product Concept and its Prototyping Strategies

Balan Pillai (Stanford University, USA) and Vesa Salminen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland & HAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland)
Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 23
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4225-6.ch017


The Knowledge-Intensive Sustainable Evolution Dynamics (KISBED) (patent pending), a platform the authors use in their “use-cases,” shows that it works. Cyber, infrastructure, and product are integrated in the Cyberinfra Product “function.” The perception properties are not long tagged or have no carriers, and the signal travels a short distance before it collides. The authors prove the KISBED through some examples.
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One branch of the philosophy of science, methodology, is closely related to the theory of knowledge. It discovers the methods by which science get there at its posited truths concerning the world and critically explores alleged foundations for these methods. In industry, they view that some crucial concepts that arise from the scientific knowledge, are of any use while sensing the credibility of its outcome. Truth is that the industry is hectic in their day-to-day arena. The performances are targeting to get a product out of the process within 90 days. We have seen this problem today with cell-phones, Internet-games and home-theaters etc. Therefore, the research and development team and their strategies must have to be focused on to a queue of potential versions of products and services. In fragile demand entangled, based on market segments. In any circumstances a product would be a mini robot, camera or cell phone. They could be large scale mechatronic or process equipments such as fighter-aircrafts, paper machines, and turbines, etc.

Scientific methodologists over and over again state that science is characterized by convergence. This is the claim that scientific theories in their historical path are converging to an ultimate, final, and ideal theory. However, sometimes this final theory is said to be true since it corresponds to the “real world,” as in pragmatic accounts of convergence. It would like that the exact nature of light is a profound question, which seems to be not yet fully answered. Luckily, one does not need to know exactly what light is in order to understand how it behaves and utilize it (Pillai, 2011). This is a bridging effect between “superfast” and “cyberinfraproduct concept,” which we are presenting here. Further on to light the topic. There are two convenient ways to describe the propagation of light and its interactions with materials. Neither system is sufficient alone nor are they completely ample together. At least the two systems are not contradictory. In the age of ubiquitous Internet; intelligent devices, and mobile displays that are good for more than just ruining your eyes, but also companies who can no longer afford to sidestep the expanding mobile market (Pillai, 2012).

Engineers have to design their products ingeniously to avoid any “technical dead-locks,” and assure the security of its use. In those products, it is necessary that it should perform well. At any level, the wave train of radiation can be completely described by two vectors that are perpendicular to the direction of travel of the ray, which is again perpendicular to each other. In this context, it is perhaps in order to say that in decades we learned to produce fighter aircrafts, to use them strategically and counter attacking probes produced widely around the globe. In reality, they are mechatronic-products, and to some extent, they express themselves as to be the romantic yield - as robotic engineering. Here we made the bridge. Nevertheless, let us now focus on the cyberinfra product concept at this chapter. Let us begin in putting the ingredients to essential, and or potential theory-mixes. We identify and build the product-platform type. We plan to map out the prototyping strategies, and test-bed opportunities.

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