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New Product Research, Design, and Development
New product design is one of the main capabilities customers
seek at Foster-Miller. The reason is simple: each project
can draw from Foster-Miller’s staff of over 300 engineers
and scientists of all major disciplines. New product design
and development projects range from product definition through
process development and custom equipment design, build and
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We offer our customers the following:
Almost 50 years of experience in the field of new product
design and development.
A solid track record of successful, high-profile new product
design projects, including the development of equipment to
make Velcro®, General Mills’ Gushers® and products such as
Becton Dickinson’s insulin injector pen, CECIL® steam generator
cleaning robots and LAST® Armor.
Extensive new product research and development and prototyping
capabilities to develop and define new processes required
to make new products.
For more than 30 years, Code 3, Inc. has been a world leader
in the manufacture and design of lighting and sound-based
warning products used by professionals in emergency response,
utility, service fleet, and industrial settings. We are seeking
a highly motiviated Senior Project Manager - New Product Development
to manage and coordinate the work of highly skilled Engineering
staff placing particular emphasis on research and development,
with the objective of devleoping new product lines and expanding
existing product lines.
· Supervises and coordinates the activities of Engineering
or Cross-functional Product Development teams including contract
· Assists Marketing in development and maintenance of portfolio
planning for product research and advanced development, such
as Product / Process Matrix and Product Line Architecture
from a multi-generational lifecycle and platform / derivatives
perspective.New product development challenges of design for
environmental compliance and design for electromagnetic compliance
Electronics and the Environment, 2004. Conference Record.
2004 IEEE International Symposium on
Volume , Issue , 10-13 May 2004 Page(s): 287 - 291
Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/ISEE.2004.1299731
Summary: Generally, electronic products are getting hotter,
faster, smaller, and lighter. The mechanical and electrical
design interfaces are challenging, especially when one considers
that no product can be marketed or sold without passing stringent
standards for EMC and new regulations from the European Union
(EU), especially the waste electrical and electronic equipment
(WEEE) and restriction on hazardous materials (RoHS) directives.
The fundamental issue is how to systematically design new
electronic products with a high degree of certainty that they
will function properly, be compliant with new EU directives
involving environmental protection and recycling, and meet
stringent U.S. and international electromagnetic compliance
requirements. As EMC compliance often requires that an EMI
shielding solution be provided, this paper elaborates on a
new product that facilitates the joint requirements of environmental
compliance and EMC.
· Provides corporate leadership and guidance in establishing
the technical direction for complex new product concepts,
based upon extensive knowledge of the emergency warning industry.
· Performs functions to assist in the design, analysis, development,
and implementation of product development systems and procedures,
modifying and maintaining existing applications to meet corporate
· Assists the manufacturing department in the development
of processes, tools and equipment necessary to produce the
· Directs technician(s) and others in preparation of 3-D
models, prototypes, drawings, schematics, procedures, sketches,
etc., necessary for product development.
· Plans and analyzes assigned projects, establishes schedules
and project parameters, and sets procedures to accomplish
An experienced engineering staff that has participated in
new product design projects of every major industry segment.
Foster-Miller has been developing products for the military
for almost 50 years. Among the best known products today are
TALON™ robots and LAST® Armor. LAST Armor was originally developed
in response to the needs of Operation Desert Storm/Desert
Shield in 1991. Since that time, the armor has been used on
vehicles and transport planes in Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan
and Iraq. In addition to the United States, LAST Armor is
used by the militaries of nine other countries.
TALON™ - EOD (explosive ordnance disposal) robots