The project "The operator's role for increased energy efficiency" is an example of how researchers at Chalmers and the industry work together to understand the operators' role and organizational barriers to increased energy efficiency. A collaboration that leads to relevant results that later hopefully can be used by industry.
Another project, "Design tools for improved working environment," is working to improve security and safety on board in a cost effective manner by using a design tool to evaluate the working environment on board. This project is made possible through collaboration between academia and industry.
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