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Project list - partner: Scania

  • ASSUME provides a seamless engineering methodology for delivering trustworthy new mobility assistance functions on multi and many core architectures.


    Project manager at MDH: Björn Lisper

    Main financing: ITEA 2

    Collaboration partners: École normale supérieure, Eindhoven University of Technology, FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Kiel University, Koç University, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, OFFIS, Technische Universität München, University of Twente, AbsInt Angewandte Informatik, Airbus, Arcelik, Arcticus Systems, Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik, BTC Embedded Systems, Daimler, Ericsson Ar-Ge, Esterel Technologies, FindOut Technologies, INRIA, Kalray SA, KoçSistem Information Communications Services, Model Engineering Solutions, NXP, Recore Systems, Robert Bosch, Sagem, Scania, Snecma, Thales Group, TNO, UNIT Information Technologies R&D, VDL Bus & Coach, Verum

  • This study aims to explore the influence of team coaching as a practice based innovation process on psychosocial safety climate (PSC). The effects are hypothesized to also lead to improved levels self-reported health and performance.


    Project manager at MDH: Tomas Backström

    Main financing: AFA Försäkring

    Collaboration partners: Volvo Construction Equipment, Scania

  • The DAIMP project connects data collection from a detailed machine level to system level analysis. Reaching a system level is necessary to detect critical equipment, differentiate maintenance planning and prioritize the most important equipment in real-time.


    Project manager at MDH: Antti Salonen

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: Chalmers tekniska högskola, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan (KTH), Scania, Volvo Cars, Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Group Trucks Technology

  • The aim of this project is to investigate the challenges and communication needs of a safe and efficient integration of the platoon into a broader C-ITS context. The first step is to study the application to get a set of requirements considering both safety and fuel efficiency.


    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Alten Sverige, Scania, Volvo Group Trucks Technology

  • This project is a part of the Stratregic Innovation Area (SIA) Production. The purpose of this project is to enhance innovation through both cross-divisional collaboration and virtual analysis.


    Project manager at MDH: Yvonne Eriksson

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, AcademicSandvik Mining and Construction, Scania, Volvo, Volvo Cars

  • The purpose of the FuturE project is to give national as well as international students and professional practitioners an opportunity to benefit from the skills in MDH's strongest research profiles, by means of flexible web based courses.


    Project manager at MDH: Ann-Catrin Davis

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: ABB, Bombardier Transportation, ENA Energi, Ericsson, Mälarenergi, OPSIS, Sala-Heby Energi, Scania, Volvo, Volvo Cars, Automation Region

  • The main project goal is to reduce time and cost during the creation of families of safety cases by systematizing reuse and enabling automatic generation.


    Project manager at MDH: Barbara Gallina

    Main financing: The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research

    Collaboration partners: Scania

  • INNOFACTURE focuses on production innovation as a strategic solution to the future challenges of the manufacturing industry.


    Project manager at MDH: Anna Granlund

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: ABB, Atlas Copco, Bombardier Transportation, Fuji Autotech, Leax, Scania, TPC Components, Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Powertrain

  • The ideas of this reserach project is to adopt a lean perspective to the automation development processes. The objective is to develop support to the process of developing automation and hence contribute to sustainable automation solutions, with shorter and less resource demanding development processes, and higher return of investments.


    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: GKN Aerospace, GKN Driveline, Haldex, Leax, Scania, SKF, Swerea IVF, Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Powertrain

  • The aim of this project is study the impact on the production system when products start being produced, fully or partly, of mixed material parts. Parts of mixed materials are generally more expensive than traditional steel parts. To justify the expensive parts, the products must be designed in a new way.


    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Linköping University, IAC Group, Scania, Swerea IVF, Volvo Cars

  • he MEMIMAN project primarily aims to improve industrial waste management in the metalworking and automotive industry. The idea is to assess how different future scenarios will affect industrial waste management, and then to incorporate this knowledge into the current waste management practice.


    Project manager at MDH: Marcus Bjelkemyr

    Main financing: MISTRA

    Collaboration partners: Lund University, Alfa Laval, Concentric, DynaMate, Miljögiraff, Scania, Stena Metall Group, Swerea IVF, Volvo, Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Group Business Services Real Estate, Volvo Group Trucks Technology

  • The main idea of the project is to investigate and demonstrate how the digitalized and proven systems and technologies of the Process Industry, like CPAS, can be used in DM to improve competitiveness and drive growth.


    Project manager at MDH: Anna Granlund

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: ABB, Control Technologies, ABB Corporate Research, ABB Robotics, Level Twentyone Management, Sandvik Mining and Construction Tools, Scania, SICS Swedish ICT - the Swedish institute of computer science, Toyota Material Handling, Westermo R&D

  • The aim of this project is that cooperation between academia and industry will establish a national educational alternative with the aim of guaranteeing the supply of advanced skills for Swedish private enterprise.


    Project manager at MDH: Jessica Bruch

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Industriföreningen Västra Mälardalen, Jönköping University, Alfa Laval, AnVa Tubes & Components, AstraZeneca, Eskilstuna Fabriksförening, GKN Driveline, Leax, Mälardalen Industrial Technology Center (MITC), Scania, Seco Tools, Volvo Construction Equipment, Volvo Group Trucks Technology

  • Through the PROMPT project, we intend to establish a national training initiative with the goal of ensuring the supply of software-related advanced skills and innovation to Swedish industry.


    Project manager at MDH: Hans A Hansson

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: ABB, Addiva, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Bombardier Transportation, Chalmers University of Technology, Ericsson, Eskilstuna Elektronikpartner, Etteplan, Prevas, QTema, Saab, Scania, SICS Swedish ICT - the Swedish institute of computer science, Svensk Elektronik, University of Gothenburg, Volvo, Volvo Construction Equipment

  • Through the PROMPT project, we intend to establish a national training initiative with the goal of ensuring the supply of software-related advanced skills and innovation to Swedish industry.


    Project manager at MDH: Hans A Hansson

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Blekinge Institute of Technology, Chalmers University of Technology, SICS Swedish ICT - the Swedish institute of computer science, ABB, ABB Corporate Research, ABB Robotics, Addiva, ÅF, Alten Sverige, Bombardier Transportation, Enea, Ericsson, Etteplan, Prevas, Saab, Saab Aerosystems, Saab Electronic Defence Systems, Safety Integry, Scania, Svensk Elektronik, Swedish Association for Software Testing (SAST), Swedsoft, Unibap, Volvo, Volvo Construction Equipment

  • Software Center is a collaboration between five academic partners and thirteen companies, dedicated to accelerating industrial digitalization and to support a continuous exchange of knowledge between the companies.


    Project manager at MDH: Jan Carlson

    Collaboration partners: CEVT, Qamcom, Wärtsilä, Chalmers University of Technology, Linköping University, Malmö University, University of Gothenburg, Axis Communications, Ericsson, Grundfos, Jeppesen Systems, Robert Bosch, Saab, Scania, Siemens, Tetra Pak, Volvo, Volvo Cars

  • The need for more advanced formal methodologies for design, development and verification of embedded systems has been identified by both industry and academia.


    Project manager at MDH: Cristina Seceleanu

    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: Scania, Volvo Group Trucks Technology