Associate professor, Technology Management and Economics
Dan Andersson is an Associate Professor within Logistics and Transport, and Head of Unit at the Division of Service Management and Logistics. His research has been focused on third party logistics...
Associate Professor in Applied Acoustics, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Applied Acoustics, Vibroacoustics
Patrik Höstmad is Associate Professor in Applied Acoustics. The research includes various aspects of sound and vibration, e.g. vehicle acoustics, environmental noise and urban planning, ground...
Professor, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Applied Acoustics, Vibroacoustics
Jens is professor at the Division of Applied Acoustics, research group Vibroacoustics, at Chalmers. His area of research is outdoor sound propagation. The research deals mainly with physical...
External partners at the projectLindholmen Science Park (Main project management)
Business Region Göteborg
Mistra Urban Futures
Sendsmart is a project that will create sustainable
freight transports in urban areas. The innovative and sustainable
solutions will reduce the transports’ impact on climate, noise levels
and the health of those living in the city. The result is a more
attractive and competitive city. Sendsmart will run demonstrations
project in three key areas: Goods distribution, Building &
construction deliveries, and Waste management & Recycling. In
addition the project will work with evaluation, visualization and
marketing with a holistic approach to the three key areas.
The Division of Applied Acoustics are primarily active in the field
of Waste management & Recycling where we work close cooperation with
Volvo Technology, Volvo Trucks and Renova. We develop, test and
evaluate new and innovative solutions for a greener and more cost
efficient retrieval of waste. The goal is a validation of quiet and
advanced collection of residual waste in terms of living environment,
work environment and traffic. We are working to develop methods and
computational models for vehicle sounds that are validated against the
perceived noise disturbance for residents. Our result is the basis for
being able to change laws and regulations to allow for pick-up at times
with strict noise regulations.
The project is carried out at the Division of Applied Acoustics in the research group Vibroacoustics.
Keywords: vehicle acoustics, environmental noise, auralisation, annoyance and wellbeing, building acoustics
Chalmers Areas of Advance