Innovation and Product Realisation

Industrial AI Systems

The Industrial AI Systems (IAIS) research group focuses on integrating AI solutions into industrial systems to reinforce their operations with greater efficiency, resiliency, flexibility, and agility. Particular emphasis on self-optimizablility, self-configurability, and self-adjustability for autonomous Cyber-Physical Production Systems (CPPS).


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Ongoing research projects

The overall aim of the project is to support companies and the public sector in accelerating the use of applied AI to strengthen society and competitiveness in Sweden.

Project manager at MDU: Elvira Synnelius

Main financing: Vinnova

The aim of this project is to develop a comprehensive synthesis of academic and practical knowledge related to digital twins (DT) and assess their potential relevance and impact a crisis and preparedness perspective.

Project manager at MDU: Alessio Bucaioni

Main financing: Myndigheten för samhällsskydd och beredskap

The INDTECH project is an industrial graduate school at MDU, focusing on the implementation of Industry 4.0 and applied AI in production systems in collaboration with 12 partner organizations consisting of leading industrial companies, research institutes and technology centers and supporting organizations such as AI Sweden, PiiA, Automation Region and Blue Institute. INDTECH Industrial Technology Graduate School offers advanced training in the field of industrial digitization, a new and emerging field of technology that revolutionizes all aspects of the manufacturing and process industry

Project manager at MDU: Markus Bohlin

Main financing: KK-stiftelsen

The IndTech Industrial Digitalization has its origins in the industry's need to expand its digital infrastructure to exchange data, information, and communication within and between companies. The IndTech Industrial Digitalization aims to develop industrial understanding and insights through industrial cases that explore and demonstrate digitalization in practice.

Project manager at MDU: Jakob Axelsson

Main financing: PiiA, Vinnova

The purpose of the project is to develop optimal ways towards smart production planning for resilient energy systems.

Project manager at MDU: Stavros Vouros

Main financing: Energimyndigheten

ShiftLabs is an organization dedicated to supporting the adoption and integration of new digital technologies among small and medium-sized manufacturing companies.

Project manager at MDU: Johan Kostela

Main financing: Digital Europe (EU kommissionen)

The project will examine how advanced digital technologies, including the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, and Big Data analytics, can support battery circularity by developing suitable models, methods, and tools.

Project manager at MDU: Koteshwar Chirumalla

Main financing: Knowledge Foundation

In the project TRUST–SOS, we are developing digitalized services to increase the level of trusted decision making to optimise overall site systems in off-road transport applications.

Project manager at MDU: Anas Fattouh

Main financing: Vinnova