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Research archive

Completed research projects for the research area Innovation and Product Realisation (4)

Research project

Project manager at MDH: Mobyen Uddin Ahmed


Research area: Innovation and Product Realisation


ndustry 4.0 or smart manufacturing/production, to have assembly lines being automated and interacting with each other and with close to no human interaction, includes data exchange, decision making, prediction, etc. through IoT, computing, and intelligent data analysis. Today, production and assembly manufacturing lines are capturing a wide range of data that can be used to improve performance and productivity by using Data Analytics and Machine Learning (ML). These huge amounts of massive historical data are potential for analysis and prediction. Data analytics can be used e.g., for real-time predictive maintenance, optimization of production operations, improving productivity and energy efficiency etc.

Research project

Research area: Innovation and Product Realisation


Main financing: Mistra


The CiMMREC project aims to develop LCC and LCA models for extended recycling loops, point out material and process information needed for an efficient system, and develop collaboration principles within the system.

Research project

Project manager at MDH: Peter E Johansson


Research area: Innovation and Product Realisation


Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation


The aim of the proposed research project is to enable practice-based innovation through development and use of innovation management tools which facilitate the emergence of learning-intensive work organisations, i.e. functioning as pedagogical tools.

Research project

Project manager at MDH: Anna Bird


Research area: Innovation and Product Realisation


Main financing: Tillväxtverket, The Knowledge Foundation, Vinnova


Produktionslyftet is a Swedish national lean manufacturing initiative for small and medium sized enterprices (SMEs). Mälardalen university is the programme leader for the NUTS region of Östra Mellansverige

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