2.6 Historic study of regimes and dominating models for building and management municipal WS and streetsSUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODELS AND ORGANISATIONS Historic study of regimes and dominating models for building and management of municipal WS and streets Challenge To look ahead, we should also see and learn from past events. The focus of this project is to investigate...
1.13 AI and IoT for smart maintenance of societal infrastructuresSustainable decision support based on relevant data AI and IoT for smart maintenance of societal infrastructures Challenge Critical societal infrastructures such as water and sewerage networks, road networks and smart cities in general are network systems that can be...
2.7 Use of sustainability index for evaluation of municipalities’ WS maintenanceSUSTAINABLE BUSINESS MODELS AND ORGANISATIONS Use of sustainability index for evaluation of municipalities’ WS maintenance Challenge Svenskt Vatten developed the Sustainability Index (HBI) starting in the autumn of 2011 with a launch of the tool in 2014....
3.3 Knowledge transfer from Shift2Rail
This project aims to take advantage of the major research efforts in the railway sector, including through the Shift2Rail research programme.
3.2 Training material and courses
Skills need maintenance and updating and new competence needs to be added. The aim of this project is to develop training material and courses.
3.1 a & 3.1 b Roadmap and methods for competence building
This project within the Mistra InfraMaint programme presents a roadmap that highlights the competence needs of existing and additional staff.
2.5 Synthesis of frameworks
Knowledge about how effective management can be achieved will be disseminated by developing a framework that municipalities can use.
2.4 Overcoming policy failures in infrastructure Asset Management
This project will provide knowledge about policy formulation and thus contribute with new perspectives and concrete approaches.
2.3 Governance and organisation of infrastructure asset management in a life cycle analysis perspective
How should responsibilities and tasks be organized so that the maintenance of infrastructures meets desired goals from a lifecycle analysis perspective?