Operation and Maintenance
Welcome to the JVTC Railway research seminar (Skype), on February 9, 2021.
“According to statistics, most of the maintenance failure that has been happening is caused by humans. Human reliability is not the best. A solution could be to pass the maintenance jobs to robotics and AI.” Professor Diego Galar of Condition Monitoring in the Division of Operation and Maintenance E...
Saad Ahmed Khan, researcher in Operation and Maintenance Engineering at Luleå University of Technology, has with his dissertation won first prize in the competition TRA VISIONS 2020 for young researchers in the category of railway. The competition is funded by The European Commission
An AI engine where large amounts of information can be sorted will be an important tool for companies in the railway industry. The AI Factory Railway project, AIFR, at Luleå University of Technology, will be responsible for the development in collaboration with a number of companies.
Professor Jan Lundberg, active in the field of operations and maintenance engineering at Luleå University of Technology, promises more reliable trains in the future with the help of his own invention. An application for a patent is submitted to the The Swedish Intellectual Property Office.
Now is the time to nominate for the Swedish Mining Innovation Award! The award, which was instituted last year, is awarded by the national strategic innovation program Swedish Mining Innovation.
A Framework to Improve Cybersecurity in Railway
Technological developments have accelerated during the pandemic, but at the same time risk turning the hook on themselves as the pressure for quick solutions increases.