Resilience and sustainability are important requirements for competitive manufacturing in the future.
This project addresses challenges for manufacturing companies building new factories (greenfield projects) or rebuilding production (brownfield projects)
Purpose and objectives
To develop a framework that proactively supports the Swedish manufacturing industry to be at the forefront of the transition towards circular production and create the conditions for resilience and sustainability from a holistic perspective.
The two objectives are: (a) to determine the essential elements of a resilient and sustainable production system, and b) to create a development process that supports such development. Practical knowledge will be developed related to content and conditions, from a holistic perspective.
Framework for production development
The project contributes to industrial benefits as a framework is developed to support companies in their strategic production development for future requirements.
Various industrial activities are carried out to co-create knowledge and disseminate results. At the same time, content in various engineering courses and training courses aimed at professionals with insights that come from the project is further developed.
The RaSP project is part of the project portfolio in the strategic innovation programme for Production2030 supported by VINNOVA (Sweden's innovation agency), The Swedish Energy Agency, and Formas.
Jönköping University, RISE IVF AB, Luleå Tekniska Universitet, Polarbröd AB, Havredals Biodevelop AB, Falks Metall AB, 3button group AB, P9 projekt AB, Kerstin Johansen, projectleader, JU, Kristina Säfsten, JU, Anna Öhrvall Rönnbäck, LTU