The TRIZ method to solve any kind of issue
This is not referring to experience in a specific industry, but rather the method used to analyse, define and solve an issue
For approximately ten years or so, ADAT has been using a methodology tool deemed of considerable strategic importance in effectively tackling issues that transpire in areas such as automation and computer vision.
When working on issues in a variety of fields, we realised that what matters most for achieving the best performance with maximum innovation at the lowest cost, is not experience in a specific industry, but rather the method used to analyse, define and solve an issue.
A vast amount of time is spent correcting initial assessment errors
A common mistake in the world of automation is that a significant amount of time is nearly always spent correcting initial assessment errors, rather than focusing on truly effective solutions that have been comprehensively evaluated and obtained by applying efficient methods.
This error is known as a “scattergun approach”, in other words operating quickly without investigating and focusing on the customer’s actual problems, only analysing the specifics provided, and aiming for low cost rather than a high price-performance ratio.
Work methodology in accordance with guidelines on systematic innovation
ADAT takes anything but this sort of approach, having set up its own method of working in accordance with guidelines on systematic innovation. The Theory of Inventive Problem-Solving (TRIZ) is based on a set of methods and techniques designed to solve unusual problems that transpire when developing new products, processes and services.
This method has enabled ADAT to achieve high levels of efficiency, especially in cases where customers have complex issues that seem to have no solution.