ProcessIT Innovations was awarded the title of Vinnväxtvinnare by VINNOVA, thereby being guaranteed financial support over a period of ten years.

VINNVÄXT is a programme that takes the form of a competition for regions. The aim is to promote sustainable growth by developing internationally competitive research and innovation environments in specific growth fields.

ProcessIT Innovations Annual Report

ProcessIT Annual Report 2016


2008-08-18 Lorentz Andersson awarded an honorary doctorate
Lorentz Andersson, Chairman of ProcessIT Innovations and former County Governor of Västerbotten, has been awarded an honorary doctorate by Luleå University of Technology.
2008-06-16 Professor Kalle Lyytinen awarded honorary doctorate by Umeå university
Process IT Innovation international assessor Professor Kalle Lyytinen has been awarded an honorary doctorate by the Faculty of Social Sciences of Umeå University. Lyytinen is a leading international informatics researcher focusing on the organisational and public consequences of Information Technology. Among other things, he has investigated how the use of IT in the architectural sector leads to innovative design solutions.
2008-04-16 Strategies for better ICT products
For ProcessIT to become better and stronger, it is now actively working on projects including scientific and technical gender research, a preliminary study concerning extension of ProcessIT to Örnsköldsvik, and an development lab in Skellefteå.
2008-04-16 International system suppliers and ICT industry growth
Condition monitoring, wireless measurement systems, and visualisation are at a premium when it comes to getting the ICT industry to grow. Model-based regulation and optimisation, which can be applied for example to reduction of NaOH consumption in the paper and pulp industry, are also important.
2008-04-16 Process industry applications. Results and expectations
Systems for accurate and stable contactless measurement are desirable in the process industry. Here the key phrase is measurement in extreme environments. In this area, techniques such as image analysis, flow measurement, and process control are being developed.
2008-04-16 Manufacturing industry possibilities with the ICT sector
A new area with many possibilities, such as creating a user-friendly interface for machine drivers, monitoring the condition of vehicle crews, and optimising, eg, logistics by using mathematical models.
2008-04-16 ProcessIT information day
On March 12 2008, some 90 people gathered to attend ProcessIT Innovation’s information day. Anders OE Johansson welcomed everyone, and started by presenting some successful results and some of the projects that are taking place in ProcessIT.
2008-02-25 Simulation tool for RFID-tags
The electronics company Electrotech in Kalix needed a simulation tool to be able to follow RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tags. At Luleå University of Technology there are researchers with a wide knowledge of simulation work. ProcessIT Innovations made it possible for the parties to meet and develop the tool together.
2007-12-14 World-leading simulation technology from Umeå
The Umeå company Oryx is world leader at simulation platforms for training. The company has produced a crane wire simulation as part of one of ProcessIT Innovations’ projects.
2007-12-14 Embedded systems important for EU cooperation
During 2006, ProcessIT Innovations has helped to establish the process industry in the EU as being an important area for research. Jerker Delsing, professor at Luleå University of Technology and board member of ProcessIT Innovations, is one of the persons who has been most heavily involved.
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