Breaking Silos of Future Technological Developments in Field of Robotics

Muhammad Mansoor, Maimoon A. Malik, Shahzad Gishkori, Nisar A. Shakoor, Ahmed J. Qureshi


The research focused to address growing complexity in technological domain of robotics. It provides a methodology to develop conceptual guidance frameworks based on Theory of Inventive Problem Solving (TRIZ) knowledge-base. The developed guidance framework will support thinking process of engineers at conceptual design stage of solution design. The innovative principles and most probable future directions provided by derived guidance framework will help engineers to seek breakthrough solutions more systematically. Such thinking support will result in better solutions and reduced complexity of solution hunting process.

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