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The ability to effectively deliver new values to the market; innovation, is a challenge on global scale for companies today.
The research at PDRL aims at targeting early development stages of product development by use of a model based engineering approach with simulation at the core.
The research is particularly oriented towards early development, and questions of how to best identify, communicate, utilize, and re-use knowledge about, for example, user needs and product usage, are of high interest together with aspects of team based innovation, value creation and engineering optimisation.
Creating the ability to run simulation driven design of new sustainable solutions by using a model based approach is a key in order to support global product development where sustainable lifecycle solutions; product-service systems is the goal.
The applied research efforts provide new work procedures, methods and tools as well as new insights that support and enable product development improvements for our partners, while the research at the same time is disseminated in the proper academic channels to ensure quality control.
Below are our main research areas within mechanical engineering.
Latest Research Publications
Abstract This paper presents an explorative study and the results of 17 interviews with informants from different companies. Its purpose…
Abstract Recent economic transformations have forced companies to redefine their value propositions, increasing traditional product offerings with supplementary services— the…
Abstract People living in low-resource settings at the base of the world income pyramid (i.e. Base of the Pyramid —…
Exploring the Use of Virtual Reality to Support Environmentally Sustainable Behavior: A Framework to Design Experiences
Abstract The current and future challenges of sustainable development require a massive transformation of habits and behaviors in the whole…
The influence of industry 4.0 on product design and development: Conceptual foundations and literature review
Abstract Since its introduction in 2011, industry 4.0 has been coined the“4th industrial revolution” following mechanization, industrialization and IT/automation as…
Abstract Ability to predict and control involved parameters and hence the outcome of sheet metal forming processes demand holistic knowledge…
Abstract The paper presents a systematic literature review investigating definitions, uses, and application of data-driven design in the concept development…
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Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals are a call for action by all countries – poor, rich and middle-income – to promote prosperity while protecting the planet. We contribute to the below goals, where #9 and #12 are our high impact goals. Here is our breakdown of the PDRL contributions.