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Data sharing - A guide to avoiding pitfalls
It can prevent deaths, it can reduce the risk of corruption and it can (sometimes very importantly) provide real-time information about how warm the water is at your local bathing spot. Sharing data is becoming increasingly import…
Who owns the data to be shared?
Sharing data, and thus being able to work data-driven, requires the right technology. But something just as important is knowing who owns the data and who has the right to do what with it, along with how collaboration involving th…
Time for a paradigm shift in the packaging industry
Our society today does not function without packaging. Goods are ordered and delivered from one side of the globe to the other. Produced at one time to be consumed at another. Packaging plays a crucial part in sustainability, by b…
Four mistakes brand owners often make with bio-based packaging barriers
Are bio-based packaging barriers always better for the environment? The question is not entirely straightforward. Here are four pitfalls that sustainability-conscious brand owners need to look out for.
Profitable for district heating to contribute to grid balancing
There is great potential for district heating companies to strengthen their sector-coupling to the electricity grid by participating in ancillary service markets. In addition to profitability for the district heating companies, th…
Reducing the skills gap in the maintenance industry
How do we utilise and develop existing valuable competences in infrastructure maintenance while simultaneously attracting young people to the sector? The answer may lie in micro-learning and collaboration. The Mistra InfraMaint re…
Digital solutions pave the way for tomorrow’s maintenance
Prevention instead of putting out fires – that might be the future of maintenance work if we adopt new digital solutions and a predictive rather than reactive approach.
New drinking water directive for increased resilience and sustainability
For a resilient water supply, both the supply and quality of the water need to be ensured. It demands materials that last over time and do not cause contamination. The latest update to the EU Drinking Water Directive brings new re…
Proactive maintenance secures our future infrastructure
Climate change, digitisation and sustainability: the world is changing rapidly and so must our infrastructure maintenance. The research programme Mistra InfraMaint tries to illustrate this point by offering a glimpse of the future…
How industries can work smarter – using visualizations
The availability of data has increased rapidly in industries – and even more so in the wake of IoT, sensors and the range of external data that can be increasingly integrated into systems. But how can the data be used to improve p…
Non-toxic from the start through AI analysis of patent data
Could a pilot study on European patent data be the first step to preventing a future chemical disaster? Researchers at RISE have built a machine learning model that identifies bisphenols and, potentially, other hazardous chemical …