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    Kvinnorshälsaifokus förframtidenssjukvård: Användarcentreradutformning avdigifysiskvårdriktadtillkvinno
    (2023) Bökmark, Lina; Högberg, Nea; Jönsson, Tilda; Kalm, Sally; Stenlund, Jonna; Wernholm, Matilda N; Chalmers tekniska högskola / Institutionen för industri- och materialvetenskap; Chalmers University of Technology / Department of Industrial and Materials Science; Bligård, Lars-Ola; Dagman, Andreas
    The digitalisation of the Swedish healthcare system has led to increased access to healthcare, despite this the need for specialized healthcare for women remains. This project analyze the user’s needs and requirements on a digiphysical healthcare app designed for women’s health issues with a main focus on contraceptive counseling. This is, for many women, their first introduction to women’s healthcare. Therefore a user centered approach is needed and five different personas were made to be able to adapt the end result for different types of patient journeys. During the project four main factors to a user's experience of women’s healthcare were discovered: availability, approach, trust and communication. The project was executed with an external client, Femcare, with the deliverables questionnaire which consisted of triage questions, anamnesis questions and follow-up questions and also an interface of their healthcare app. The project has been executed according to agile methodologies and in interaction with the users through continuous communication through interviews, usability tests, focus groups and surveys to ensure that the target group’s needs and requirements are met. Important aspects during the formulation of the questionnaire were that the language had to be transparent and inclusive to create trust and contribute to good communication with the caregiver. The user places further requirements on the app’s interface to be seen as professional, modern, discreet and intriguing to encourage use and make it easy to seek care. The results can be used as a foundation by Femcare during the development of their healthcare app.
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    Interiörljus i lastbilshytt för fjärrtransportförare: Med avseende på välbefnnande
    (2023) Axelsson, Ellinor; Liew, Caroline; Lööf, Gustaf; Marttila, Marcus; Osterman, Ida; Runeson, Lovisa; Chalmers tekniska högskola / Institutionen för industri- och materialvetenskap; Chalmers University of Technology / Department of Industrial and Materials Science; Bligård, Lars-Ola; Tuveson, Jonas
    Long-haul truck drivers spend a lot of time in the truck cabin, since they drive, eat and sleep in it. Thus, the cabin becomes similar to a second home for the drivers. Therefore, it is important that they feel comfortable in the cabin and that it contributes to an increased well-being for the drivers. The interior light is a contributing factor to this and is therefore important to investigate, which the client Volvo Trucks has identified. The goal of the project was to create a comprehension of the problem with an associated list of requirements for the interior light in the truck cabin, to then develop a concept that corresponds to this. Based on user studies, observations, and literature studies, the three main aspects to fulfill in order to achieve the well-being of the drivers were personification, user-experience, and health. This resulted in the final LUMINA concept. In LUMINA, LED-strips are discreetly placed in the cabin to illuminate surfaces, creating an experience of increased space and coziness. To enable a personalized cabin, the color and intensity of the lights can be adjusted based on activity and preference. Furthermore, the light can gradually increase, similar to the natural daylight, to contribute to an improved circadian rhythm. In order to further develop the concept, more data collection and prototyping are of great significance. Since truck drivers are important for the future, further investigation in this area is of utmost importance.
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    The Fastest and the Greenest
    (2023) Ekelund, Otto; Hörstedt, Peter; Lundberg, Oliwer; Ohlsson, Axel; Siljeklint, Martin; Truvé, Simon; Chalmers tekniska högskola / Institutionen för industri- och materialvetenskap; Chalmers University of Technology / Department of Industrial and Materials Science; Bligård, Lars-Ola; Heinerud, Johan
    This bachelor’s thesis describes a project at Chalmers University of Technology, at the Department of Industrial and Material Science. The project which consists of 15 credits was conducted in the spring term of 2023. We would like to express our gratitude to several individuals who have made signif icant contributions to the successful completion of our project. First and foremost, we want to thank our supervisor at Chalmers University of Technology, Johan Heinerud for his support and guidance throughout the project. As well as our examiner Lars-Ola Bligård for his insights and feedback. Furthermore we would like to extend our appreciation for Andreas Dagman, Chalmers and Kostas Stylidis, Lynk & Co for making this project a reality. We are also thankful for the people at Cyan Racing and Thed Björk for letting us come to their headquarters and interview them. Lastly, we want to give a special thanks to our supervisors from Lynk & Co Ste fano Oliva, Simon Lamarre and Florian Konrad for providing excellent insights and valuable lessons in order for the project to become as good as possible.
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    The Future Usage of Cars
    (2023) Andersson, Victor; Boman, David; Englund, Anna; Malmberg, Axel; Nisbet, Edvin; Sellgren, Emma; Chalmers tekniska högskola / Institutionen för industri- och materialvetenskap; Chalmers University of Technology / Department of Industrial and Materials Science; Bligård, Lars-Ola; Dahlman, Sanna
    This report documents the work of a bachelor’s thesis, which aimed to investigate the future use of cars. ZEEKR, the client of the project, presented a brief with a given thesis question, ”How can modularity, MagSafe technology, and BYOD enhance the future use of vehicles and increase user value?”, which was broad and open-ended to allow for in-depth exploration of the topic. The project evolved into a research-focused one that sought to explore the future of cars and how they could be used. To this end, the team delved deeply into these areas and sought to understand the broader context in which a product could be used. To answer these questions, the team conducted an in-depth investigation to under stand the broader context. Additionally, the team used personas and scenarios to effectively communicate the findings and contextualize the research. The team focused on working in a car and how it might look in the future. This research culminated in a product development phase, during which the team created a concept that uses AR technology, MagSafe technology, and modularity to enable users to work in a shared car. This concept, known as AccelARate, addresses issues related to privacy, multitasking, lights, sounds, and vibrations that are relevant to the context of use. In conclusion, the AccelARate represents the team’s answer to the research question posed at the outset of the project.
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    CoPoint: Framtagning av ett koncept som stödjer företa
    (2023) Ahlström, Ida; Birkemen, Victoria; Ljugdahl, Lovisa; On Huang, Susanne; Stenelo, Marie; Ärleskog, Sofia; Chalmers tekniska högskola / Institutionen för industri- och materialvetenskap; Chalmers University of Technology / Department of Industrial and Materials Science; Bligård, Lars-Ola; Rexfelt, Oskar
    Today, many small businesses choose to hire accounting firms to oversee tasks related to accounting, auditing or payroll processing. The underlying reasons for this choice are multifaceted, with the most common being the lack of knowledge, interest or time among business owners. In order for the businesses finances and operations to be able to proceed without problems, it is crucial to ensure that the work of the firms is carried out correctly. To achieve this, a well-structured collaboration and effective communication between the parties is required. Poor communication can have negative consequences for the firm’s work and ultimately affect the financial health of the businesses. This project, conducted together with Hogia, aims to investigate the optimal collaboration between businesses and firms, including the factors critical to achieving it. The goal of the project is to create a prototype of a communication solution designed to enhance communication and facilitate optimal collaboration between the firm and the business. To enable optimal collaboration, CoPoint was created, which puts the business owner in focus. The developed concept offers a smooth communication path as well as several value-adding features that simplify the collaboration between the business owner and the firm. Through the concept, effective communication and collaboration can take place, benefiting both parties. The software is based on the identified needs of the target groups, and consequently, it can be ensured that it meets their demands and needs efficiently. By providing easy file management, personalized communication, and an overview of remaining tasks, the solution reduces stress for the business owner. The majority of the softwares on the market today are designed as tools for firms, which business owners can have use for. CoPoint fills a gap in the market by offering a solution that functions as a tool for firms but also designed to meet the needs of the business owners. In conclusion, it can be stated that the proposed software has the potential to improve communication and collaboration between businesses and firms, serving as a foundation for Hogia’s development of similar software solutions