This project aims to take advantage of the major research efforts in the railway sector, including through the Shift2Rail research programme.
Skills need maintenance and updating and new competence needs to be added. The aim of this project is to develop training material and courses.
This project within the Mistra InfraMaint programme presents a roadmap that highlights the competence needs of existing and additional staff.
Knowledge about how effective management can be achieved will be disseminated by developing a framework that municipalities can use.
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?
This project aims to build procurement capacity and facilitate public demand for innovations and understand barriers for innovative solutions.
This project aims to create a palette of type cases over how business models for “smart” technologies can enable efficient and sustainable maintenance.
The project will create a tool for more effective and sustainable maintenance in general, and more specifically: A sustainability analysis tool.
The project develops methods for integrating life cycle impact for maintenance and long-term planning for the Swedish road and rail network.
The project focuses on asset management and socioeconomic decision support models for reinvestment and maintenance measures in infrastructure management.
The ongoing development demands new effective methods for planning the maintenance of cycle paths. That is the focus of this project.