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An Application of Fuzzy Clustering to Customer Portfolio Analysis in Automotive Industry

Abdulkadir Hiziroglu, Umit Dursun Senbas
2016 International Journal of Fuzzy System Applications  
A dataset of 130 customers of an automotive supplier in Turkey is used to perform the analyses and the results are compared with a conventional customer portfolio matrix.  ...  Having achieved an optimized customer portfolio has been of significant importance for companies.  ...  Therefore, this study presents similar application in a different domain, in automotive industry, and contributes to the related literature in that respect.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijfsa.2016040102 fatcat:mdfvd6giorg7bkrszrqkahiqw4

The Role of Software Engineering in Future Automotive Systems Development

Siobhán Clarke, Brian Fitzgerald, Paddy Nixon, Klaus Pohl, Kevin Ryan, David Sinclair, Steffen Thiel
2008 SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars - Electronic and Electrical Systems  
In the future even more software-intensive automotive systems are expected as automotive manufacturers and suppliers tend to integrate and combine applications on more powerful platforms.  ...  This paper identifies essential areas of software engineering that will have a significant impact on future automotive systems and systems development.  ...  A promising approach to address the complexity problem in automotive systems engineering is to improve the efficiency of variability management and product derivation.  ... 
doi:10.4271/2008-01-1450 fatcat:sqnxjapxmnahnbg3cpdngt37zy

Software Product Lines in Automotive Systems Engineering

Steffen Thiel, Muhammad Ali Babar, Goetz Botterweck, Liam O'Brien
2008 SAE International Journal of Passenger Cars - Electronic and Electrical Systems  
This has resulted in a growing interest in SPL approaches both in the software engineering and the automotive systems domain.  ...  We then present a selection of SPL approaches, which could provide solutions for the described challenges.  ...  A promising approach to address the complexity problem in automotive systems engineering is to improve the efficiency of variability management and product derivation.  ... 
doi:10.4271/2008-01-1449 fatcat:kdpkh5phwbgmhc3mkinuryqkqm

Lean, green and resilient practices influence on supply chain performance: interpretive structural modeling approach

K. Govindan, S. G. Azevedo, H. Carvalho, V. Cruz-Machado
2013 International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology  
Among the available strategies lean, green and resilient are considered as a new management strategies for the supply chain management to achieve competitiveness.  ...  This paper aims to identify the critical lean, green and resilient practices on which top management should focus in order to improve the performance of automotive supply chains.  ...  The ISM approach has been widely applied in various applications (Table 3) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13762-013-0409-7 fatcat:lksht2mmxfdllhh465fj3iosla

Towards managing variability in the safety design of an automotive hall effect sensor

Dimitri Van Landuyt, Steven Op de beeck, Aram Hovsepyan, Sam Michiels, Wouter Joosen, Sven Meynckens, Gjalt de Jong, Olivier Barais, Mathieu Acher
2014 Proceedings of the 18th International Software Product Line Conference on - SPLC '14  
every automotive application in which the sensor is to be used.  ...  This versatile component is integrated into a number of automotive applications with varying safety requirements (e.g., windshield wipers and brake pedals).  ...  The research activities were conducted in the context of ITEA2-MERgE (Multi-Concerns Interactions System Engineering, ITEA2 11011), a European collaborative project with a focus on safety and security  ... 
doi:10.1145/2648511.2648546 dblp:conf/splc/LanduytbHMJMJBA14 fatcat:6dh3uazr5rbg7agjgik3j4lmle

How to Manage the Segment-of-One? A Framework to Reduce Customer Complexity

Rebecca Bregant, Claudia Jandl, Philipp Brune, Heiko Gewald
2017 European Conference on Information Systems  
This paper presents a multi-dimensional framework for customer segmentation in the automotive after-sales domain which uses a reduced number of segments.  ...  Based on the findings, recommendations for the application of the framework in practice are provided.  ...  Few studies have dealt with segmenting customers in the automotive industry and approaches combining several variables are stated to be non-existent (Tsai et al., 2015) .  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/BregantJBG17 fatcat:iuffy6fiazecbnnosbmzm6uuyi

Lean Product Development Process with Design Verification Stages in the Value Stream of Automotive Industry

Fuat Ali Paker
2021 Journal of Transportation Technologies  
Therefore, the product function for which the customer has paid for, the function of the new product or the physical structure used to meet the needs in question, the comfort, life, experience, innovations  ...  In this research, initial automotive design objectives and stages are at the focal point of the innovation and added value creation brought by the concept of "lean" approach.  ...  In order for the stage definitions in value creation to be meaningful, it is necessary to create an expression in a certain unit that meets the customer-oriented product-cost variables [5] [6].  ... 
doi:10.4236/jtts.2021.111003 fatcat:5whhsraq5zb4bjkkyiyd6x5wue

Application of the Activity-Based Costing to the Logistics Cost Calculation for Warehousing in the Automotive Industry

Tomas Kucera
2019 Communications - Scientific letters of the University of Zilina  
The article focuses on the practical application of activity-based costing to the logistics cost calculation for warehousing in the automotive industry to a particular logistics service provider.  ...  The aim of the article is the application of activity-based costing to the logistics cost calculation for warehousing in the automotive industry.  ...  In It is the trend of using new approaches in logistics cost calculations for logistics service providers with regard to the automotive industry in the last few decades.  ... 
doi:10.26552/com.c.2019.4.35-42 fatcat:mwjas6higzbqnicgrrejzh7tjy

Automotive telematics market segmentation based on quality expectations

Dayoung Kim, Donghee Kim, Jungsuk Oh
2014 Asia Marketing Journal  
Hypotheses on utilizing consumers' expectations toward the automotive telematics service for the market segmentation and linking the segments with optimal product designs are formulated.  ...  Hence, according to the characteristics of each consumer segment formed based on their expectation toward the telematics service, a product differentiation strategy of the automotive telematics system  ...  segmentation approaches utilizing various information including demographic variables, benefits sought and quality expectations, quality expectations have been deemed suitable for application to the automotive  ... 
doi:10.53728/2765-6500.1545 fatcat:d6ypbylrnngfpgx5dywqv7cyfa

The appropriateness of the Design of Experiments to support Lean Six Sigma for variability reduction

Robert W.D. Zondo
2018 The Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa  
Acknowledgements Competing interests The authors declare that they have no financial or personal relationships which may have inappropriately influenced them in writing this article.  ...  Although the study indicated that the DoE variables for finance, strategy, product development, standardisation and customer service lack appropriateness to support Lean Six Sigma in the automotive component  ...  A number of successful applications of DoE for improving process performance, product quality and reliability, reducing process variability, improving process capability and developing new products have  ... 
doi:10.4102/td.v14i1.469 fatcat:adiycrstbzel7okwvguisw3rne

Gap analysis study on the compliance of automotive standard IATF 16949 based on internal quality audit score in automotive industry

Tulus Puji Ruswanto, Dana Santoso Saroso
2018 Journal of Applied Research on Industrial Engineering  
A framework for measuring the gap analysis of the compliance based on the automotive standards requirements (IATF 16949: 2016) through an internal quality audit score has presented in this research.  ...  In August 2016, IATF issued the new requirement of quality management system IATF 16949.  ...  In the form of a formula, the change can be described as: Process Approach As the quality management system approach is basically use a process approach; therefore, in the IATF 16949: 2016 quality management  ... 
doi:10.22105/jarie.2018.148773.1055 doaj:21f5cebcbc5a44c4ac05fed3a1064a73 fatcat:jfyuluz24vetvl4xznssf6zil4

The impact of supply chain collaboration on performance in automotive industry: Empirical evidence

Jamal Ahmed Al-Doori
2019 Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management  
Factor analysis and multiple regressions through SPSS have been used for data analysis.Findings: The finding of this study reveals that two supply chain management approaches information sharing (IS),  ...  among supply chain department of automotive industries in Pakistan.  ...  The supply chain management provided in this study can be suitable for managers to evaluate to their current performance of the automotive industry in Pakistan.  ... 
doi:10.3926/jiem.2835 fatcat:2qogfyka5bhxhps5drrtygki2m

Analysis For Determining Factors That Make Good Design Process In Automotive Manufacturing Organization

AminuSaleh Mohammed, Dr. Iqbal Muhammad Hussain, Prof. Dr. Zuraidah Bin Zain
2017 IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering  
This study involved a literature review as well as information, data collected and analysis in two automotive industries.  ...  The factors are categorized as independent variables in the analysis namely; Customer requirement, Product life cycle, Process planning. Technology and Information gathering.  ...  Several customer-oriented approaches exist.  ... 
doi:10.9790/1684-14030597104 fatcat:oztld6botvbpxcyqaxxrmjcthi

Development of the integrated quality management model for increasing the strategic performance of enterprises in the automotive industry

Lenka Štofova, Petra Szaryszova, Šarka Vilamova
2017 Problems and Perspectives in Management  
In a review of the knowledge of the current state of the art we present models and progressive methodological approaches to integrated management and assessment of business performance.  ...  The results of our own research are presented, including verification of scientific hypotheses being explored importance of the automotive industry in Slovakia, both for production in the national economy  ...  Progressive approaches to the integration of management systems In the current difficult situation, it is understandable that automotive companies in Slovakia try to implement integrated management systems  ... 
doi:10.21511/ppm.15(3).2017.01 fatcat:u27dsk2wjbci3ojhjxatfgyd7q

Exploring the Moderating Role of Lean Production on Supplier Performance: An Empirical Study of Turkish Automotive Part Suppliers

İbrahim S. Karakadılar, Ben J. Hicks
2015 Bogazici Journal  
Survey data was gathered from 207 automotive part suppliers in Turkey.  ...  conducting a Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) path analysis.  ...  In this approach, suppliers make specific investments in order to meet their customers' expectations for sustaining their business relationships.  ... 
doi:10.21773/boun.29.2.5 fatcat:7t4btaji3rfybkj72pze3e6acq
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