Research projects - ongoing




Here you will find some examples of ongoing projects. See the project cavalcade above for more.

ADVANCED ANALYTICS CAPABILITIES FOR FUTURE TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
To explore what capabilities are required in order to take advantage of the opportunities offered by digitalization in supply and transport management.
Team:
Patrik Jonsson, Riikka Kaipia, Ala Pazirandeh, Gunnar Stefansson

ASPIRE - Automation solutions for production deviation management
Increased ability to predict, detect, assess, and take actions to avoid deviations from planned states to propagate into production disturbances, and to increase the automation of the necessary methods and processes.
Funded by: VINNOVA
Time period: 2018-2020
Contact: Mats JohanssonPer Medbo and Lars Medbo

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES UNDER CONSTRUCTION: ENABLING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENTS OF LOGISTICS SERVICES IN A PROJECT-BASED ORGANIZATIONS
This study investigates how continuous improvement of logistics services in a project-based context such as construction can be enhanced by a “priority matrix for service improvements”. Construction services in general, and logistic services in specific, have great impact on efficiency and sustainability (environmental as well as social). However, there is a great potential for improvements in the complex coordination, inefficient processes, and waste of materials.
Contact: Ida Gremyr


DIGIN - Digitalisation of freight deliveries and collaborative public sector innovation
To study how digitalisation of freight transport challenges current organisational strategies and processes, policy and regulations at different institutional levels, and contribute to public sector innovation.
Contact:
Michael Browne


EFFECTIVE INSTALLATION MATERIAL FLOWS BY COORDINATED INFORMATION FLOW
Increase resource efficiency in the construction industry by improvements in and coordination of the material and information flows relating to the installation companies.
Contact:
Mats Johansson

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