Quantum Computing

Quantum Computing

Projected impact: Disruptive Timeframe: Within 10 years Jonas Bylander, Chalmers university of technology Per Olof Arnäs, Chalmers university of technology Quantum computing was envisioned, in the 1980s, as a new way to process information by using...
Beacons

Beacons

Projected impact: Moderate Timeframe: Already here Beacons are small Bluetooth-enabled transmitters that have gained some popularity recently. Basically, the beacon transmits a short-range signal with a specific data content such as a UUID (Universally Unique...
Autonomous vehicles

Autonomous vehicles

Projected impact: Disruptive Timeframe: Within 10 years Automation of the operation of a vehicle is developing rapidly, especially in the passenger car segment, but also in heavier vehicles such as trucks, buses, trains and ships. There are several potential benefits...
The FOT Methodology Adapted to Living Labs

The FOT Methodology Adapted to Living Labs

Projected impact: Moderate Timeframe: Already here By Stig Franzén, Chalmers University of Technology   The (Field Operational Test) FOT methodology of FESTA, must be adapted to freight transportation to clarify the different steps in the evaluation process. The...
Living Labs and Freight Transportation

Living Labs and Freight Transportation

Projected impact: High Timeframe: Already here By Stig Franzén, Chalmers University of Technology The European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL) defines Living Labs as a user-centred, open innovation ecosystems, based on a systematic user co-creation approach integrating...