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051 ePilot implementation model

Published: 8 February 2017

Implementation of prototypes / demonstrators for the testing and further development of quality-assured decision. Identified and analyzed a number of factors affecting implementation.

The need for further industry-wide effort to deploy a number of prototypes / demonstrators for the testing and further development of quality-assured intelligence that optimizes the operating and maintenance efforts on the entire railway system. It also includes initiating a project to develop a model for implementation. The specification describes the Stage 1 of this work, including a vision and goals. Step 1 will also deliver a project specification for Stage 2, with suggestions on how to work with the continued implementation of subprojects ePilots results should be conducted by ePilot119s completed. The specification also identified potential partners and proposed the project organization.

results Description

In this work, a case study made in ePilot subproject 051. The case study has identified and analyzed a number of influencing factors. Based on the results from the study, one can conclude that the development and operation of the protesters could be one of the most important ways to commercialize research. Furthermore, it can be concluded that the innovations from ePilot119 to be implemented in a deregulated market, it is important to monitor and analyze the development of the project. Not only to identify the technical system's advantages and disadvantages, but also the possible organizational, financial and contractual barriers to the introduction and implementation of new innovative products, processes and systems to learn from and avoid those obstacles.

As for the next step in this research, a framework that aims to support collaboration and innovation processes associated with a complex technical system (ie train) to develop. The framework is expected to facilitate risk management in connection with identifying factors described.

Project manager: Jesper Westerberg, eMaintenance365,

Project partners: eMaintenance365, Luleå University of Technology, the Swedish Transport Administration, SJ