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This course is offered at the University of Trento by the security group in the framework of the three main Master offered by Trento (Security and Privacy, Internet Technology and Architecture, Service Design and Engineering) within the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (ICT Labs).
See the UNITN S&P EIT page for further information on the Security and Privacy courses.
See the current ICT Innovation Course for further information.
Illustrate (some) steps of product design and developement and guide students, forming multi-disciplinary teams, into the development of a “product” as opposed to just a “project”. This course should allow students to experience what it takes to transform an idea into a product.
This course is normally 6ECTS credits for MSc students enrolled in Trento or for EIT/ICTLabs students joining Trento as exit students. For EIT/ICTLabs master students having Trento as entry students this course will yield 9 credits as it includes the credits for the EIT/ICTLabs summer school.
Karl T. Ulrich and Steven D. Eppinger. Product Design and Development. 5th edition, Irwin McGraw-Hill, 2012.
The following idea for the product (again) by Samy Kamkar has been selected for the 2016 course.
“SkyJack is a drone engineered to autonomously seek out, hack, and wirelessly take over other drones within wifi distance, creating an army of zombie drones under your control.” Samy Kamkar's webpage
|Creation||Concept's Idea Canvas (up to 10/30 grade points)||Each team will produce a concept's idea canvas to clarify the key strong points on their product||the mass-marketsolution for a drone-free home, slightly more upscale drone-free home device, and focus on keeping airports and facilities drone free|
|Design||Product design and architecture (up to 10/30 grade points)||Teams will produce a detailed poster explaining how their product will work|
|Production||Product prototype (up to 15/30 grade points)||Each team will have a small budget for hardware/software and will have to actually present a working product||At Airport Caproni, Italfly's hangar the best project were Evolo, the simplest one, as well as SentinOwl which was the most technically challenging.|