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Project list - partner: Senseair

  • The goal of the ESS-H profile is that academia and industry together achieve a significant increase in research in the area of embedded sensor systems for health performed at Mälardalen University and participating companies, and that ESS-H is established as a nationally leading and an internationally renowned research center for embedded sensor systems for health.


    Project manager at MDH: Maria Lindén

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Addiva, Cambio Healthcare Systems, DELTA, Giraff, JC Development, Medfield Diagnostics, Motion Control, Senseair, Quality Pharma

  • The objective of ESS-H+ is to leverage on the results of the KKS research profile Embedded Sensor Systems for Health (ESS-H) at Mälardalen University (MDH), through further development of the scientific excellenceand the international recognitionthat has been founded through ESS-H


    Project manager at MDH: Maria Lindén

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: Avalon Innovation, Brighter, Camanio Care, Delphie, DELTA AB, JC Development, Motion Control, Nordic Electronic Partner, Qamcom, Senseair, Stille, Tjeders

  • From a scientific point of view, the ITS ESS-H graduate school will contribute to important application areas where the aims are to improve human health and minimize human suffering, and to provide reliable sensor systems for industrial use, also in safety-critical applications.


    Project manager at MDH: Mats Björkman

    Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation

    Collaboration partners: RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Camanio Care, Infoflex Connect, Neldus Tech, Senseair, SICS Swedish ICT - the Swedish institute of computer science, Volvo Group Trucks Operation, Westermo R&D, Wireless Peer-to-Peer

  • The main idea behind the project is towards retention of a sustainable production environment within Sweden, by minimizing outsourcing and creating more job opportunities. In addition, the reduction in alcohol related traffic fatalities will potentially save 1000s of lives worldwide each year.


    Main financing: Vinnova

    Collaboration partners: KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Autoliv, HåJa, Hök instrument, LEXI CONSULTING SWEDEN, Senseair, Syntronic