January 24, 2018

Excosoft Contributes to a Stronger Swedish Manufacturing Industry


We are proud to announce our contribution to "Innofacture," an academic research project at Mälardalen University with the purpose of strengthening the competitiveness of the Swedish manufacturing industry on the global market. Innofacture (INNOvative manuFACTUREing) is focused on co-creating knowledge in order to innovate manufacturing processes.  

Excosoft is one of a group of nine participating Swedish companies, which also includes ABB, Atlas Copco, Bombardier Transportation, Leax, Scania, TPC Components, and Volvo Construction Equipment and Volvo Powertrain. 

In addition to our participation, we are happy to report that Excosoft's own Jonatan Lundin, Information Architect and Ph.D. student, is a member of the Innofacture research team at Mälardalen University. 

"I feel privileged to be part of Innofacture," says Jonatan Lundin. "Advancing our knowledge on how to design technical information offers a fantastic chance to contribute to the improvement of Swedish manufacturing companies."

For more information about the Innofacture project at Mälardalen University, visit here for English or here for Swedish, including an introductory film. 

Also see this LinkedIn post, written by Mats Deleryd, CEO and President at the Swedish Institute for Quality (in Swedish only).

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  • Roar Nyheim 1 year ago

    Hi, interesting project. I'm working as Documentation Manager globally for Marine & Ports in ABB and we are now implementing Skribenta for our product content. May I ask who from ABB is in this project?
    Thanks, Roar Nyheim

  • Jonatan Lundin 1 year ago

    Hi Roar,
    Of course! To my knowledge, ABB Offshore Wind Connections and ABB Corporate Research are co-creating knowledge together with Mälardalen University through the Innofacture project.
    Best regards,
    Jonatan Lundin, Excosoft


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