David Rylander received an M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden in 2006. David has since then worked at Volvo Technology in various positions as a researcher, engineering specialist, project manager and product area manager for internal as well as external collaboration projects within the domain of telematics, wireless communication and networks for the vehicle industry. Since October 2011 David joined MDH and the ITS-EASY research school for industrial PhD students. David is also a member of the research group in Business-oriented Engineering of Software-Intensive Systems (BESS) at MDH. Davids main research interest is system design utilizing wireless communication for automation and control with a business oriented approach.
LEAN SPEED OPTIMIZATION APPLIED TO A CYCLIC HAUL OPERATION (Oct 2016) David Rylander , Jakob Fryk , Peter Wallin, Jakob Axelsson World Mining Congress 2016 (WMC)
Energy Savings by Wireless Control of Speed, Scheduling and Travel Times for Hauling Operation (Jun 2014) David Rylander , Jakob Axelsson, Peter Wallin 2014 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IVS)
Evaluation of Wireless Short-Range Communication Performance in a Quarry Environment (Dec 2013) Susanne Vernersson , Eleni Kalpaxidou , David Rylander The 2nd International Conference on Connected Vehicles & Expo (ICCVE)
LEAN METHOD TO IDENTIFY IMPROVEMENTS FOR OPERATION CONTROL AT QUARRY SITES (Aug 2013) David Rylander , Jakob Axelsson 30th International Symposium of Automation and Robotics in Construction and Mining (ISARC)
Using Wireless Communication to Improve Road Safety and Quality of Service at Road Construction Work Sites (Poster) (Nov 2012) David Rylander , Jakob Axelsson IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC)