Research at Operation and Maintenance

The scope of our research activities cover different areas of basic engineering, applied sciences and management leading to integrated maintenance engineering solutions for industrial and business problems.

The core research areas identified for strategic focus are:

  • RAMS, LCC/LCP
  • Condition Monitoring
  • Remaining Useful Life Estimation
  • Maintenance Decision Modelling
  • Diagnostic & Prognostic
  • eMaintenance & Information Logistics
  • Maintenance Performance Measurement and Management
  • Human Factors in Maintenance
  • Design for /out Maintenance

EU-projects:

  • AutoMain
  • BGLC (Bothnian Green Logistic Corridor)
  • CETIA (Coastal Environment Technology & Innovation in the Arctic)
  • iMain: Intelligent Maintenance
  • MAINLINE
  • OPTIRAIL
  • Power OM: Power consumption driven Reliability, Operation and Maintenance optimisation
  • SAFT Inspect : Ultrasonic synthetic Aperture Focusing Technique for Inspection of Railways Crossings (Frogs)
  • SUSTRAIL (The sustainable freight railway)
  • TREND (Test of Rolling Stock Electromagnetic Compatibility for cross-Domain Interoperability