Behavioural medicine, health and living habits
Care, Recovery & Health
Certifiable Evidences & Justification Engineering
Ecocritical Forum and Ecocritical Comparative Literature
Learning and Optimisation
Product and Production Development
Karakuri IoT step 2
The goal of the research project is to develop a hardware and software modular system that allows production workers to easily build and implement simple and low-cost IoT-aided improvement solutions at the production shop floor. We call this simple and low-cost kazien enhanced by such a modular system as “Karakuri IoT”. The modular system, if realized, is expected to contribute to kaizen activities at the shop floor in various ways.
Project manager at MDH
Description of the project
Examples are; realizing simple and low-cost automation especially related to information handling and decision support, empowering production workers by using their creativity and making their own IoT-aided improvement solutions, enhancing the workers’ learning and acceptance of utilizing IoT in production in a bottom-up manner, and supporting small-start implementation of IoT in production. Those benefits are relevant to large companies but also highly relevant to SMEs. The project is driven by one university and two research institutes, namely Mälardalen University, RISE SICS Västerås, and Swerea IVF. It is conducted with close cooperation with large companies and SMEs, such as Volvo Construction Equipment, Seco Tools, Elekttronikpartner, and Mälarplast.