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Proceedings of the 2nd CIRP IPS2 Conference 2010; 14-15 April; Linköping; Sweden
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Tomohiko Sakao: Linköping University, Sweden Tobias Larsson: Luleå University of Technology, Sweden Mattias Lindahl: Linköping University, Sweden
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Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet

Manufacturers in developed countries today regard services as increasingly important. Some manufacturing firms are strategically shifting from a “product seller” towards a “service provider”. As a result; their offerings have come to form a combination of physical products and services. Along with this trend; concepts such as Industrial Product-Service Systems (IPS²) are found in not only theoretical but also practical fields in industries. An IPS² is defined as “an integrated industrial product and service offering that delivers value in use”.

This integrated offering and its way of development provides opportunities for companies and their customers to design more innovative solutions. IPS² has potential for better environmental performance; as well. On the other hand; this has a great impact on such companies. Delivering IPS² is not an easy task; and may force companies to change organizational structures and their mindsets.

The CIRP IPS² Conference is organized by the CIRP IPS² Working Group. This 2nd CIRP IPS² Conference has 69 technical papers in the proceedings from 14 countries. This shows the interests of the topic within CIRP and the outside research community at large. The conference has 12 technical sessions; 2 keynote speeches and 2 industry study visits. Over 100 participants are expected to attend the conference. This IPS² conference will focus on research and practice into marketing; design; development; manufacturing; delivery; use; maintenance; and end-of-life of IPS². The topics to be addressed include manufacturing methods; development methods; service quality; information communication technologies; service networks; business models; and environmental performance.

Reflecting the high degree of participants’ sharing backgrounds and disciplines; we will make a challenge on the way of organizing sessions in this conference. Unlike the tradition of CIRP conferences; presentations will be short with 10 minutes while long discussion across different presentations will be facilitated by session chairpersons with some 30 minutes after all the presentations in each session. We understand this has pros and cons; but in this particular case we believe this is; at least; a good attempt and hope this to produce more fruitful results.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the authors for their high-quality research papers; skilled session chairpersons; companies offering industry visits; the international scientific committee members for their support in reviewing the papers and the local organising committee for their efforts in preparing this conference. We would also like to thank our sponsors; VINNOVA (The Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems); our gold sponsor Linköping municipality and our silver sponsors Servicestaden AB; Polyplank AB; SIG PM; Blekinge Institute of Technology; Department of Management and Engineering at Linköping University and The Faste Laboratory at Luleå University of Technology for their support for the conference.

Conference chairpersons;
Tomohiko Sakao (Linköping University)
Tobias Larsson (Luleå University of Technology)

Proceedings of the 2nd CIRP IPS2 Conference 2010; 14-15 April; Linköping; Sweden


S.K. Moon, T.W. Simpson, LiYing Cui, S.R.T. Kumara
A Service based Platform Design Method for Customized Products
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Session 1A: Customers and Users

J. Dzaack, B. Höge, M. Rötting
User-Centric and Contextual Interaction in IPS2
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C. Mannweiler, M. Siener, J.C. Aurich
Lifecycle Cost oriented Evaluation and Selection of Product-Service System Variants
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Mario Rese, Wolf Strotmann, Judith Gesing, Markus Karger
How to educate customers about industrial product service systems - the role of providing information
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Henrik Printz Moe, Casper Boks
Product Service Systems and the Base of the Pyramid: A Telecommunications Perspective
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A. K. Dill, C. Schendel
Implications of new institutional economy theory for PSS design
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Patrik Thollander, Jenny Palm, Tomohiko Sako
Energy services in industry - an interdisciplinary approach with engineering and social science aspects
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Session 1B: Sustainability

D.C.A. Pigosso, S.R. Sousa, A. Guelere Filho, A. R. Ometto, H. Rozenfeld
Is the Industrial Product-Service System really sustainable?
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M. Schröter, C. Gandenberger, S. Biege, D. Buschak
Assessment of the Sustainability Effects of Product-Service Systems
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Trang Hoang, Alan Lelah, Fabrice Mathieux, Daniel Brissaud, Vincent Gimeno
Environmental Evaluation of Machine-to-Machine Services: the case of Glass Waste Collection
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A.W. Thompson, H. Ny, P. Lindah, G. Broman, M. Severinsson
Benefits of a Product Service System Approach for Long-life Products: The Case of Light Tubes
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Erik Sundin, M. Lindahl, H. Larsson
Environmental and Economic Benefits of Industrial Product/Service Systems
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Alan Lelah, Fabrice Mathieux, Daniel Brissaud, Vincent Gimeno
SensCity: a new project opening the way for sustainable services in the city based on a mutualised M2M infrastructure
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Session 2A: Requirements

Patrick Müller, Felix Schulz, Rainer Stark
Guideline to elicit requirements on industrial product-service systems
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F. Akasaka, S. Hosono, K. Kimita, M. Nakajima, Y. Shimomura
Requirement Analysis for Strategic Improvement of a B2B Service
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C. Durugbo, W. Hutabarat, A. Tiwari, J.R. Alcock
SysML for the Analysis of Product-Service Systems Requirements
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S. Hosono, T. Hara, Y. Shimomura, T. Ara
Prioritizing Service Functions with Non-Functional Requirements
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S. Kundu, A. McKay, P.G. Dawson
Understanding Information Requirements in Product-service Systems Design
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Session 2B: Planning

M. Steven, A. Richter
Hierarchical Planning for Industrial Product Service Systems
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C. Hepperle, R. Orawsk, B.D. Nolte, M. Mörtl, U. Lindemann
An integrated lifecycle model of product-service-systems
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S. Kondoh, N. Mishima
TPI-based Idea Generation Method for Eco-business Planning
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Li-Hsing Shih, Tse-Yuen Chou
Concern of Uncertainty and Willingness to Pay for Adopting PSS: Example of Solar Power System Leasing
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Session 3A: Design Issues

M. Steven, T. Soth
Development accompanying calculation - How to calculate IPS² costs during the early development phase?
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Tatsunori Hara, Tamio Arai
Analyzing structures of PSS types for modular design
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Stefan Holmlid
Service Design and Product-Service Systems
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Kwang-Jae Kim, Chie-Hyeon Lim, Jin Lee, Dong-Hee Lee, Yoo S. Hong, Kwang-Tae Park
Generation of Concepts for Product-Service System
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T. Alix
PSS design based on project management concepts
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Patrick Müller, Tomohiko Sakao
Towards Consolidation on Product-Service Systems Design
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Session 3B: Business Model

Christian Kowalkowski
What Does a Service-Dominant Logic Really Mean for Manufacturing Firms?
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E. Uhlmann, C. Stelzer
Identification of the IPS² business model in the early stage of creation
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T. Sadek, M. Steven
Design of PSS Revenue Models
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G. Lay, S. Biege, D. Buschak, G. Copani, S. Marvulli
Early Stage Assessment of Service-based Business Concepts
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Ben Walsh
PSS for Product Life Extension through Remanufacturing
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Session 4A: Design Methods

R. Orawski, C. Hepperle, S. Schmitz, M. Mörtl, U. Lindemann
Matching Product Flexibility on the Integrated Portfolio of a Product-Service-System
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S. W. Lee, Y. S. Kim
Product-Service Systems Design Method Integrating Service Function and Service Activity and Case Studies
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Kouji Kimita, Fumiya Akasaka, S. Hosono, Yoshiki Shimomura
Design Method for Concurrent PSS Development
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Stelian Brad, Mircea Fulea, Emilia Brad
A PSS Approach in Software Development
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J.L. Chen, H.-C. Li
Innovative Design Method of Product Service System by Using Case Study and TRIZ Method
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S. Suvarna, H. Stoeckert, R. Stark
Project and Design Reviews in IPS² CIRP IPS² ’10 International Conference Proceedings
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Session 4B: Resource Management

G. Schuh, M. Hübbers, G. Gudergan
Structural Model of Resources in Product Service Systems - A Prerequisite to Portfolio Design and Planning
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E. Schweitzer, J. C. Aurich
Process Oriented Production System for Service Providing Companies
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H. Meier, E. Uhlmann, O. Völker, C. Geisert, C. Stelzer
Reference Architecture for Dynamical Organization of IPS² Service Supply Chains in the Delivery Phase
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H. Meier, B. Funke
Resource Planning of Industrial Product-Service Systems (IPS²) by a Heuristic Resource Planning Approach
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K. Chirumalla, M. Bertoni, A. Larsson
Exploring Lightweight Knowledge Sharing Technologies for Functional Product Development
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M. Royer-Torney, M. Mennenga, C. Herrmann
A Reference Model for Analysing Automotive Service Formats
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Session 5A: Knowledge and Information Management

C. Durugbo, A. Tiwari, J.R. Alcock
Managing Information Flows for Product-Service Systems Delivery
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M. Bertoni, Å.M. Ericson
Introducing PSS in product-based organizations. A case study in the manufacturing industry
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P. Johansson, C. Johansson, O. Isaksson
Take the knowledge path to support knowledge management in product service systems
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R. Gegusch, K. Gestrich, G. Seliger
Software Agents for Automated Knowledge Generation in IPS²
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F. J. Romero Rojo, R. Roy, E. Shehab, K. Cheruvu, I. Blackman, G. A. Rumney
Key Challenges in Managing Software Obsolescence for Industrial Product-Service Systems (IPS2)
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E. Uhlmann, H. Bochnig, C. Stelzer
Characterization of Customer Requirements in IPS² creation
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Session 5B: Innovation

Lars Witell, Ida Gremyr, Nina Löfberg, Bo Edvardsson, Anders Fundin
Exploring Modes of Innovation in Services
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Maria Antonietta Sbordone
User-Inspired Design. Co-creation processes vs. Business-to-Customer industry
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Johan Wenngren, Peter Thor, Åsa Ericson, Tobias Larsson
PSS Innovation: Discussing Knowledge Based Tools
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Augusta Maria Paci, Maria Stella Chiacchio, Paolo Bellofiore
Development of an innovative IPS2 model
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G. Copani, S. Marvulli, G. Lay, S. Biege, D. Buschak
Business Model innovation paths and success in the machine tool industry
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Annika Olsson
Value Adding Services in Packaging - A Value for all Supply Chain Actors?
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Session 6A: Production Management

C. Herrmann, K. Kuntzky, M. Mennenga, M. Royer-Torney, L. Bergmann
Joint Framework for Product Service Systems and Life Cycle Management
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Sofia Lingegård, Mattias Lindahl, Erik Sundin
Organizational changes in connection with IPSO
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Michael Abramovici, Fahmi Bellalouna, Jens Christian Christian Goebel
Towards Adaptable Industrial Product-Service Systems (IPS²) with an Adaptive Change Management
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H. Meier, N. Quade, S. M. Binner
An Innovative Service Business using a Holistic Availability Management System
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J. A. Erkoyuncu, R. Roy, E. Shehab, K. Cheruvu, A. Gath
Impact of Uncertainty on Industrial Product-Service System Delivery
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G.C.J. Ang, T. Baines, H. Lightfoot
A Methodology for Adopting Product Service Systems as a Competitive Strategy for Manufacturer
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Session 6B: Networks

M. A. Abdullah, A. Öhrwall Rönnbäck, G. Ölundh Sandström
Building Networks for Delivering Integrated Product-Service Offerings (IPSOs)
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Robert Schmitt, Sven Schumacher
IPS² in China - A Systematic Approach for Market Entry
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P. Butala, L. Selak, A. Sluga
Information support of equipment operations - the case of a hydropower plant
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A. Rosteck, W. Mayrhofer, W. Sihn, J. Ackermann, R. Riedel, E. Mueller
Potential of the Competence-Cell-based approach for services in co-operative networks
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J. Van Ostæyen, J. Duflou
Assessing the potential of business model innovation for investment goods through Life Cycle Costing
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C. Durugbo, O. Bankole, J.A. Erkoyuncu, A. Tiwari, J.R. Alcock, R. Roy, E. Shehab
Product-Service Systems across Industry Sectors: Future Research Needs and Challenges
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Michael Abramovici, Feng Jin
A New Approach to Executive Information Management as Part of IPS² Lifecycle Management
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Proceedings of the 2nd CIRP IPS2 Conference 2010; 14-15 April; Linköping; Sweden

Tomohiko Sakao, Tobias Larsson, Mattias Lindahl
Proceedings of the 2nd CIRP IPS2 Conference 2010; 14-15 April; Linköping; Sweden
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